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Posted on Wednesday December 29, 2021 | inventory management, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, ai, machine learning, ecommerce, voice search, chatbots, e tailers, image search, warehouse management
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the digital transformation of businesses across sectors, including eCommerce. By adopting tools powered by artificial intelligence (AI), in particular, e-tailers were able to cope with the sudden spike in online sales during the height of the pandemic and even expand their businesses. In this article, we discuss how AI can help eCommerce businesses improve their operations and drive growth.
Protecting your business data goes beyond securing your office computers and networks. Especially now that implementing remote and hybrid work environments is critical to business survival, you need to put up digital barriers around your company’s mobile devices to block malware and other threats. Here’s how to do just that with mobile threat detection (MTD) tools.
Businesses that take advantage of innovative technologies often come out better equipped to compete as they grow. This is why many companies are continuously seeking innovations that improve operations and reduce costs. Small businesses like yours can take advantage of new tech too - just follow our tips.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is fast becoming an integral part of doing business. Experts predict that AI will be involved in as much as 85% of all customer interactions with a business in 2020. In fact, many eCommerce businesses today are already using AI to interact with and provide better service to their customers. Read on to find out how.
Phishing is a social engineering attack that never grows old. In fact, cybercriminals know that it's still easier to trick people into giving away their personal information or clicking a malicious link than to break through several layers of protection. To help in the continuing fight against phishing, Google has improved Gmail's anti-phishing security features.
Cybercriminals will do almost anything to steal your data. One of the easiest ways to do that is exploiting vulnerabilities in your employees' mobile devices. If you're looking for a way to beef up your security strategies, adopting mobile threat detection (MTD) is a good place to start.