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October is the official month we dedicate to raising awareness around cybersecurity, and this year’s theme asks everyone to “see yourself in cyber,” meaning everyday people are at the heart of keeping our digital world safe. Although the topic of cybersecurity appears complicated and esoteric, each and every one of us can contribute in some way.
User experience (UX) is a vital aspect to the success of every business’s digital marketing campaign. Excellent user experience promotes ease with which consumers can access, find, review, or avail of products and services. APAC businesses can attract and convert user experience into revenue while sustaining competitiveness and survival.
In the last decade, the need for more connectivity has led to more collaborative tools, new digital channels, and more apps than we can count. The future of business and our lives very much lies in the digital world and its experiences.
It’s no secret that businesses must change how they operate in offices all across the world. Numerous difficulties have arisen as a result of the widespread adoption of remote work, including managing diverse teams and ensuring that workers have access to the necessary technologies.
As the Western world continues to deal with the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and resultant economic headwinds, cybersecurity is more important than ever.
Attacks are becoming more complex and costly to rectify, especially as the average total cost of a data breach increased by nearly 10% year over year. This year's campaign, ‘Think Before U Click’ #ThinkB4UClick, focuses on the damages that can come from phishing scams and ransomware attacks. Whilst these might be rudimentary concerns for IT teams, it is worth restating that rigorous cyber security requires everyone with access to a company email to remain vigilant.
Cybercrime is a major concern for the financial services industry. Cyberattacks hit financial firms 300 times more than other organizations. Why? Because financial data is valuable, and the opportunity is great. Complex financial IT systems create a vast attack surface.
There’s no denying that the scope, role, and importance of the modern inclusion and diversity (I&D) officer has expanded significantly over the past three years.
With the Great Resignation in full swing, a global survey by PwC suggests one in five workers globally are planning to quit in 2022; 71% cite pay as a key reason and over two-thirds say they are seeking more fulfilment in the workplace. As tech specialists have become increasingly valuable and are looking for new lucrative opportunities, sourcing quality talent remains one of the biggest challenges for CIOs in a tech labour shortage.
This September marks the fourth annual National Insider Threat Awareness month, which highlights the importance of defending against, detecting and mitigating damages from insider threats which roughly account for 22% of security incidents.
Web design has seen a huge evolution in recent years, with accessibility and inclusion front of mind in the offline world impacting a more human side of software development. This means rethinking the approach to design, ensuring that the steps within processes address accessibility issues. Yet some tech companies are stuck in a previous era, before inbuilt product accessibility and their websites remain inaccessible to all users, particularly those with disabilities.
As we come to the end of National Coding Week, it is the perfect time to reflect on the opportunities that the coding world presents, whilst also encouraging us to look ahead to what adventures await.
New Hampshire-based Ian Pitt, CIO at Progress, tells us CIOs have to keep an eye on how the future of work is changing and make sure their organizations are adapting across the board.
Let’s say you have a great web application — it runs well in the browser, but for some reason, the customer wants an app that will be mobile native or desktop native.
September is Insider Threat Awareness Month, a time dedicated to focusing on the solutions and precautionary steps public and private organizations can take to minimize the damage from potential insider threats. However, it must be stated that the majority of insider threat situations do not involve a disgruntled employee. Many small mistakes or accidents can be made that leave organizations in the dark if they are not paying critical attention to their sensitive data and who has access to it.
One of the most challenging conversations for frontend and web developers can be the conversation with the designers. Kathryn Grayson Nanz contends it’s because of a language gap and she aims to change that.
Progress announced the latest release of its developer tools portfolio, including Progress® Telerik®, Progress® Kendo UI® and Progress® Telerik® Test Studio®.
With today’s R3 2022 release, Progress introduced Progress® ThemeBuilder™ Pro, enabling developers and designers to implement design systems seamlessly in web applications, delivering a greater level of design consistency without manual coding work.
The software company Progress has announced the release of updates to several of its major tools, including Progress Telerik, Progress Kendo UI, and Progress Telerik Test Studio as part of its R3 2022 release.
Software engineering for edge environments should be carried out on, in and with edge computing tools, platforms and services. It seems almost irrational or crazy that we should have to say it out loud, but building the compute edge requires edge technologies.
Developers build code and so, logically, they need to deliver code above all else, right?
This misconception was one of the lies developers tell themselves tabled by Microsoft’s Billy Hollis during his keynote session at Progress360 in Boston this month.
The truth here (and what developers should really be doing) is building code when and if it actually adds some positive functionality to user experiences.