Accenture Interactive surveyed 1000 of their customers to find out their content preferences, habits and attitude. All data has been put together in an infographic and according to Donna Tuths (head of digital content, Accenture Interactive) on Adweek, “this study proves that all hinges on quality”.
Full article “By 2020, video will make up for 80% of all web traffic” →
Google recently published an article describing how 17 billion ads have been taken down by Google in 2016 which is twice the amount, compared to 2015.
Full article “Google blocked 17 billion ads in 2016, twice more than in 2015” →
It’s not new that virtual reality devices are already being tested worldwide, bringing virtual reality content into the consumers’ hands. What not all people might know is the fact that virtual reality content is on the rise too, as an effect to the global virtual reality hardware adoption.
Full article “Virtual Reality content will surpass hardware by 2018” →
The above infopgrahic recently published by Statista reveals information about the top 10 countries using unlincensed/pirated software and how much each country is losing because of it. And countries like Indonesia, China and Russia are in the top 3 with the most unlicensed software installed.
Full article “Top 10 countries using unlicensed or pirated software and the cost of it” →
The statistics below will show you top 10 most downloaded apps in the world, as of May 2016, put together by Statista.com.
Full article “Top 10 most downloaded apps in the world (May 2016)” →
LinkedIn announced a few weeks ago that a password breach has happened inside LinkedIn in 2012, totalling a number 117 million user details.
“On May 17, 2016, we became aware that data stolen from LinkedIn in 2012 was being made available online. This was not a new security breach or hack. We took immediate steps to invalidate the passwords of all LinkedIn accounts that we believed might be at risk. These were accounts created prior to the 2012 breach that had not reset their passwords since that breach.”
From 7.35 billions of people in the world (2015), 3.17 billions have Internet access (2015) and by 2019, there will be 2.72 billions of social network users worldwide.
Full article “2.72 billion social network users worldwide by 2019” →