What's the secret to a successful eCommerce peak period? In the fast-paced world of eCommerce, it can be difficult for businesses to maintain a fluid, hassle-free purchasing journey while managing their customers’ expectations at busy times. With the high street suffering and eCommerce sales increasing every year, it’s vital to design a strategy to cope with increased traffic to remain afloat in the highly competitive eCommerce market. From analysing previous trends and predictions to exploring the hottest tech currently dominating the eCommerce space, discovering the appropriate logistical preparations is crucial. Our Fast Track Guide gives you the inside knowledge to eCommerce peak period success from a range of industry experts.Download our whitepaper now to discover how to maximise your conversions and supercharge your eCommerce store.
Time means money in eCommerce, so downtime is out of the question.A single second delay in your website loading time can result in a 7% loss in conversations, while 40% of web users abandon a website if it takes longer than three seconds to load. It’s essential that you work with a hosting provider who can support your business' needs and ensure you have a fast service that's scalable, secure and always available. Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday in 2016, Britons spent £2.6bn online, and that number is only set to grow. Ensuring your eCommerce solution can cope with huge spikes in traffic is vital.
When Magento split from eBay in November 2015, and just a few weeks later announced the second instalment of its platform for general release, it marked a new era of innovation for eCommerce. Technology and shopping habits have evolved massively since Magneto 1 (M1) hit the eCommerce sphere in 2008. The dependence upon smart-devices is just one significant advancement, alongside the development of the Internet of Things and everyday use of machine learning. What should you expect from the revamped platform, how can you prepare for the switch and how will it affect your hosting requirements?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new legal framework for the protection of personal data across the European Union (EU). It replaces the 1995 Data Protection Directive (DPD), addresses the widely inconsistent data laws currently existing throughout EU member states and includes new responsibilities for data controllers and processers. With GDPR round the corner and Brexit looming, it’s vital your business understands the ins and outs of the EU’s new data protection regulation and adheres to its provisions or risk fines of up to 4% of your global annual turnover and reputational damage.
Many businesses already use software as a service to provide a secure, efficient and highly accessible working experience. But how does SaaS facilitate a consistent user experience? What are the other advantages of SaaS models? Whether you are considering adopting a SaaS model or need advice on optimising your current SaaS hosting solution, this whitepaper contains valuable advice and insight for your business. Download the whitepaper now to get the expert insight on SaaS in the cloud.
The European Union’s (EU) new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25th May 2018 and most businesses will have to prepare in order to become compliant. The law aims to allow citizens to regain control of their personal data and create a standardised level of data protection throughout the EU. It aims to influence responsible data practices on a global scale and tackle the inconsistency in data protection laws across EU member states.