UK retailers' inconsistent return policies revealed by Sendcloud study
Sendcloud's study reveals a lack of transparency in return policies among the UK's top 100 retailers, with only 23% clearly showing their paid return policies on their homepages.
Tidal Cyber maps out 2024's election cyber threats worldwide
Tidal Cyber unveils a study revealing high-risk countries and top offenders for election cyber interference threats in 2024, spotlighting the methods used and potential defences.
Email's impact in marketing mix lessens, diversified outreach vital
The impact of email in the marketing mix dwindles, suggesting a need for diversified strategies, according to a new study by sales tech firm Sopro.
Acer expands Swift laptop line with AI capabilities & Intel Core Ultra
Acer bolsters Swift laptop range with three new Intel Core Ultra-powered models, underscored with cutting-edge AI acceleration capabilities.
PromoVeritas study refutes prize promotion assumptions
PromoVeritas's study debunks conventional wisdom on prize promotions, demonstrating that multiple smaller rewards drive more engagement than grand prizes, and cash prizes have fallen out of favour.
Content creators earn $700m across social media platforms in 2023
Top 50 social media content creators turned digital influence into $700m in 2023, a study reveals.
Study highlights consumer distrust due to dark design patterns
Dovetail's study finds that 40% of users face financial loss due to 'dark design' tactics on eCommerce platforms.
One in 10 retail tech businesses in UK up for sale
Study reveals that 1 in 10 retail tech businesses in UK is currently up for sale, marking a high among sectors.
Alarming cybersecurity gaps found in Australia's top hospitals
Over a third of Australia's top-rated hospitals lack necessary protections against email fraud and spoofing, reveals a cyber security study.
PayPal crowned best employer in Singapore in recent study
PayPal has been rated as the best employer in Singapore according to a recent study by language learning platform, Preply.
Australians face 'awkward tax' due to reluctance in asking for repayments
Aussies losing out financially during festive season due to 'awkward tax', an unwillingness to ask for owed money.
Study finds over half of of users unsatisfied with AI tools
Over half of corporate research professionals are displeased with AI tools, requiring more than just chat functions, says study.
UK IT leaders reveal skill gaps hindering innovation
IT leaders in the UK are facing significant skill gaps in strategic thinking, AI and business acumen, a new Red Hat study reveals.
Sustainability initiatives prioritised by businesses in APJ region
Asia Pacific and Japan businesses are prioritising sustainability, with over half planning to increase related investments.
UK businesses regret two-thirds of recent software purchases
New survey reveals that over two-thirds of UK businesses regret their software purchases from the last 18 months.
Monstarlab report unveils practices of digital transformation leaders vs laggers
Monstarlab's report details practices differentiating digital transformation leaders from laggers, tailored to enhance business growth. .
Compliance is top concern in data management for 79% of ITDMs, reveals Cloudera study
Cloudera's research divulges compliance as the top worry of 79% of ITDMs handling data management, attributed to the use of point solutions.
Privacy regulations may increase data sharing by websites, Warwick study shows
Warwick study suggests privacy regulations like GDPR might inadvertently lead to increased data sharing by websites.
IT leaders boosting investment in data centres amid security concerns
Amid rising security threats, 61% of UK's IT decision-makers plan to increase investment in data centres over the next decade.
Immuta's report reveals global struggle to stay abreast with AI advancements
Immuta's State of Data Security Report reveals that global executives struggle to keep up with the rapid pace of AI's advancement.
UK SMEs lack security measures against concealed cyber threats
About one third of UK's small and medium-sized enterprises lack protective measures against hidden cyber threats, a study reveals.
DDoS attacks cost firms over $6K per minute, Radware study reveals
Radware study reveals firms face up to $6,130 per minute costs due to DDoS attacks, with increasing application and API attacks.
Australian firms lacking operational intelligence for optimising mobile fleets
In-depth survey reveals 75% of Australian firms struggle to optimise their mobile fleets due to inadequate operational intelligence.
AI could alleviate rising Australian burnout rates
AI could curb Australia's rising burnout rates and boost workforce productivity, according to new research from HubSpot.