While consent is core to operating ethically, it is crucial not to forget about user experience. Ben Barokas on January 9, 2019 The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) this year started a ripple of privacy legislation across the globe, with governments evaluating whether current laws are enough to protect the personal data … Continue reading Reaching global equilibrium: The value of consent and user preference
Google Shows Preference To Quicker-Loading Mobile Pages by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, (June 30, 2018) The speed at which pages load in browsers has begun to determine those that will serve up higher in mobile searches, according to data released this week. The Searchmetrics study, released prior to Google’s mobile speed update, scheduled for release in … Continue reading Google Shows Preference To Quicker-Loading Mobile Pages
Eric V. Holtzclaw — April 21, 2017 — April 21, 2017 A preference center represents a centralized location for your customers to manage communications and interactions with your company. But more importantly, your preference center also represents an opportunity for customers to become empowered and begin to understand the ways in which they can personalize … Continue reading How Should I Organize My Preference Center?
Marisol Martinez — January 20, 2017 Follow @arisevsinc— January 20, 2017 Technological advances, employee preferences, and the willingness of companies to create greater efficiencies make work-from-home the clear path of the future as the old 9-to-5 “be in the office and at your desk” model fades. The Benefits of Work at Home are Strong for … Continue reading Telecommuting: Companies Struggle to Implement Programs, Despite Workforce Preference