The Cybersecurity Market is growing rapidly because of the growing security needs of Internet of Things (IoT) and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trends,
Whilst on holiday, the biggest frustration comes from a partner’s often constant use of social media
One in three people find it difficult to take a break from technology, even when they know they should
Sharp rise in mobile marketing as Britain boasts nearly 80m active mobile phones in circulation for the first time
Commonly collected information about website visitors may not be safeguarded, according to new survey.
Over half of Brits (54%) claim to have met up with someone they originally met on social media
36 percent of UK adults use Facebook to read up on daily news and current events
UK online grocery sales reached 7.3% market share in 2016
The SendGrid commissioned study found that marketers crave an email solution to enable personalized experiences across the customer lifecycle
Pope Francis is the Most Followed World Leader on Twitter. Pontiff is Ahead of U.S. President Donald Trump.
Following the recent global WannaCry ransomware attack, BullGuard provides some pointers on how to stay safe online
New DeviceAtlas Mobile Web Intelligence Report reveals latest mobile trends Q1 2017
Just 48 percent say their investment in cybersecurity will rise in the next year
There are currently 603 gigabit internet implementations, a jump of 72 percent since June 2016.
New Clutch survey suggests that confidence regarding security protocols is significantly out of step with best practices, leaving many websites vulnerable to cyber attacks
New research shows UK productivity suffers due to nation’s poor sleep habits and technology overload
In a survey 92% of respondents who are parents said blocking children’s access to inappropriate content was their overriding priority
Opera becomes the first major browser to integrate social messenger services,
Next generation app gives parents more control over how their children use smartphones and tablets
20% of websites created and managed on mobile devices