Uber app has been shaking up the taxi market since it was launched in 2009 in San Francisco. But it’s about to get even more disruptive.
It’s still a pie in the sky, but Takeaway.com will learn when you are willing for ordering out food. And the service will pro-actively use this knowledge for its business, reveals Takeaway.com at Mobile Convention Amsterdam.
The Coca-Cola Company started its own social media network SmileWorld in Spain. Why? Because they can and the company wanted to genuinely get to know its consumers.
In a few weeks, the fifth edition of Mobile Convention kicks off at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam. CM is co-founder of Mobile Convention Amsterdam (MCA).
What can we do to secure our IT-environment? More people and businesses are looking to find the answer to this question. CM initiated a webinar that provided mobile related answers to this question.
Concepts such as mHealth and eHealth are advancing; health insurers and hospitals are more and more aware of its advantages. Parallel to this development there is more attention for securely logging on into client and patient portals by means of one time passwords and two-factor authentication.
BNR's radio program Doing Business with…’ (literally translated from Dutch) has invited CM’s Jeroen van Glabbeek as a special guest of radio host Ruud Hendriks. BNR is broadcasting the radio show on May 2nd from 13.30 PM to 15.00 PM local time.
The Heartblead bug has raised awareness that logging in with just a username and password is not enough to keep hackers out.
So you think only a password is secure enough? Unfortunately it’s not anymore. Relying only on a username and password for a login session has proven to be susceptible for fraud and hacking.