Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions are used in many companies. This is no surprise, because the software is user-friendly and can be configured very flexibly. However, there is also a downside to that flexibility, because putting down a solid authorization structure in Microsoft Dynamics appears to be a headache file for many companies. And one with some interest, because not having such an authorization structure in order can have far-reaching negative consequences for the use of Microsoft Dynamics.
A quarter of Facebook and Instagram users buy via the social media platform Ede, November 13, 2019 - The share of mobile within online purchases will increase rapidly over the next five years. For example, about two thirds of online buyers now use their mobile to shop via the internet and half of this group expects that they will do most of their online purchases via a smartphone in five years' time. This is evident from the ShoppingTomorrow Consumer survey, which GfK conducted in collaboration with research platform ShoppingTomorrow.
The AVG put privacy on the agenda of many companies and as a result it became a "thing" for the public. The e-privacy regulation (ePV) - previously postponed and now for discussion on 7 June 2019 - will go a few steps further. If only because the AVG is a general law and the EPP is a special law that always takes precedence. But apart from the cookie wall and the commercial use of data, the question is what the consumers think of all this fuss. The privacy monitor 2018 part I by the DDMA message: Dutchman…
Technological developments form our society. If you look at any bus stop, living room or waiting room, you can see that the smartphone has replaced the weather talk. But the opposite happens: our culture and history influence technology. For example, an aging population prefers automation and a concept such as privacy has a completely different meaning in a people's republic with a one-party system. The online consumer trends in 2019 are about how we find a new standard in our relationship with technology.
On January 14, Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7. That does not mean that the system will become unusable, but Microsoft will no longer develop updates for it. For every user of the system - and for the business user in particular - that is of course risky, because it also means that security leaks will no longer be closed. Reason enough to switch to Windows 10.