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Sumaiya Khatun
May 08, 2022
In Political Forum
Documentation Is there sufficient documentation Special Database on module installation and configuration available? Little documentation is often a sign of a less good development process. Code quality. View a demo of the module or check the source code when purchasing. Is the module well structured or is it chaos? Installation. How Special Database should the module be installed? Is this by means of a download or can you, for example, use composer. Speed ​​External modules can significantly influence the loading speed of your webshop. Make sure your page speed scores don't get too low. Many modules are poorly written or Special Database maintained, have compatibility conflicts, and have poor documentation. That is why it is always advisable to make Special Database good backups before installing a plugin. In addition, I recommend that you extensively test your webshop and detect bugs. Be careful when installing plugins. Also read Magento 2.3: more control over your webshop with the new Page Builder 1. Fire Checkout Feature: Checkout page optimization Creator: Swiss It Labs Price: 189 With a checkout page module you Special Database ensure that visitors check out faster and you achieve more conversion. Previously, OneStepCheckout was one of the few modules Special Database that cut out unnecessary steps and presented the checkout on 1 page. In the meantime, the module is no longer the Special Database frontrunner in terms of functionality and I experience better speeds and conversion with other modules. For me, FireCheckout stands out when it comes to the alternatives. In particular, the support for material design, the extensive configuration options, and the fast loading time is a Special Database strong improvement for your webshop. After Marketplace and product tagging, Facebook has presented a new option this year: Facebook Shops. With this function, you can turn your company page into a webshop. How does it work? What are the possibilities? And why should you as an entrepreneur start with it? We list the answers for you. Why Facebook Shops? Facebook launched Facebook Special Database Shops (known in Dutch as Facebook Shops ) this spring with a view to small and local entrepreneurs.
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Sumaiya Khatun
Jan 23, 2022
In Political Forum
Take the recent situation where the U.S. Government "retrieved" the laptop of an ISIS fighter from Tunisia. This device stored large amounts of employee data proprietary data that the leaders would not want their opponent to find. While this is a military/foreign policy example, it goes to the heart of the situation in corporate America. While working with a global storage company we had a situation where a senior executive lost his personal laptop, a device employee data he coincidentally used for all of his company business, a laptop where the employee never changed the default password. The information technology team had no policy in place to require employee data this executive to secure his laptop, let alone encrypt the data. When the device was lost there was no way to know what he had on it, what security he had, if any, and no idea where it was last seen. Lack of company policy greatly exacerbates employee data the risks of how mobile devices threaten corporate data. There are substantial challenges presented herein. The good news, technology and service providers exist to assist businesses overcome these issues. Whether utilizing consultants for policy review/creation or implementing employee data mobile device management (MDM) software, companies have means to acquire assistance. Organizations should ensure they have policies, process, procedure, and education in place; all of these actions will employee data substantially reduce the risk of data loss through mobile devices. Corporate leadership must take ownership for the growing security risk inherent with mobile devices. It makes sense to permit employees to use employee data their own equipment as there are substantial productivity and efficiency enhancements with this model, not to mention cost savings as employees no longer need multiple devices to accomplish the same feat. As with all security concerns we have a tradeoff between security and efficiency, business employee data leaders must acknowledge this fact and take action to protect their corporate data when mobile devices are involved. In previous posts I focused on cross-platform development using HTML5 to assure rich mobile user experience and holistic unified security analytics as a big data project. Between employee data development and analysis, mobile security should focus on data not devices.
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