In the past ten years, the rise of privacy-conscious consumers and emerging data regulations have compelled enterprises to prioritize their data management programs. Read more to learn how data privacy has become an enterprise priority.
A customer-centric approach to marketing means that businesses are no longer focused on the products themselves, but instead prefer to understand customer demands. This blog explains how retailers can make their customers happy by advocating customer-centricity.
Securing customer information is becoming more challenging, especially in a remote-first working environment with a poor line of defense. OOB authentication is used as a part of multi-factor authentication (MFA) or 2FA that verifies the identity of a user from two different communications channels, ensuring robust security.
SSO is a great way to collect data while providing a better user experience and increasing security. This blog will help you get the most out of SSO for data collection, ensuring that your data is collected effectively and efficiently.
Progressive profiling ensures valuable information about a user is gradually collected over time so that it doesn’t create friction while a user lands on a platform, which enhances the overall quality and number of leads. This blog explains the role of progressive profiling in improving overall lead quality and quantity.
Whether it’s a little friction in login authentication or user fatigue in filling massive registration forms, everything counts when it comes to a bad user experience. Let’s uncover the importance of going passwordless for enterprises.
The ‘lockdown mode’ is considered a giant leap as a part of their information security for protecting operating systems of iPhone, iPad, and Mac against various threats, including spyware. Let’s understand what a state-sponsored attack is and how this new feature in Apple devices would work to protect critical customer information.