Monthly Archives: July 2013

How to Turn on Two-Factor Authentication

Think about how much information about yourself you have saved in your email account. We sign up for bank accounts, buy things online, and communicate with others using our email addresses. Is your password is strong enough to keep the … Continue reading

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Gifted with gadgets, in love with family and life

Mildred Brantley Smart, one of the first people to operate a computer in Baldwin County, was a regular at Fairhope Municipal Pier, where she walked hand-in-hand with her husband. Her life, says her daughter, revolved around her church, her family … Continue reading

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How to bridge the gap between online and offline shopping

Today’s mobile shopping landscape is fragmented with consumers juggling a blizzard of shopping-related apps with narrow functionality. However, as consumers increasingly rely on their smartphones to research products, find deals, buy gifts, and shop for themselves, merchants need to fine … Continue reading

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CMOs Pessimistic About Achieving Their Goals?

Feeling anxious about reaching your marketing goals? Youre not alone. A recent report published by the analyst firm Accenture revealed that 40 percent of CMOs said they are unprepared to meet their marketing objectives. Thats a five-percent increase from 2011s … Continue reading

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