Trans-Pacific Eastbound (TPEB) crossings are taking ships an average of 109 days as of this writing (cargo ready date to destination port departure). Total transit times on Far East Westbound (FEWB) and TPEB are taking twice as long compared to pre-pandemic times. For small businesses and e-commerce companies, this requires demand planning months in advance.
Cognitive biases and heuristics affect how likely someone is to adopt new technology, even when it's designed to help them. Here's a look at some ways you can turn the tables and use these psychological factors to increase adoption rates for Multi-Factor Authentication.
This whitepaper looks at ways you can use CIAM to strengthen the perimeter around your customer data. From fine-tuning the balance you achieve between security, privacy for your customers, and the user experience they get when visiting your site to consolidating your user data into a single source of truth, CIAM can help you lock down your data without adding friction for your customers.
Is your business resilient enough to withstand a data breach? The impact a data breach has on an organization can be far greater than many realize, ranging from the immediate loss of confidential information to the longer-lasting effects on customer trust in your brand. This whitepaper looks at some of the ways a data breach can impact your business, and outlines steps you can take today to begin building the resilience your business needs to survive, or even thrive in the aftermath of a breach.
Of all the ways a hacker can gain access to your confidential business information, Business Email Compromise, or BEC, is one of the least well understood in the business community.
Macroeconomic factors are pushing businesses across sectors to find ways to lower costs, improve customer satisfaction, and improve overall productivity. With the emergence of many new technologies in the past few years, BPA (business process automation) has become an increasingly attractive option for many organizations.
Logistics 4.0 is an offshoot of the larger trend in manufacturing known as Industry 4.0. Think of it as being to the supply chain what Industry 4.0 is to the factory, and you’ll begin to see the potential for massive disruption (of the good kind).