Just knowing that the surveillance might be happening is enough to make people uneasy. In an effort to make their users more comfortable, many tech companies have tried to be transparent and reassure them that their activity is private.
As Avira expands to the international market, our challenges also grow. The most common one is the necessity to translate the content into the various markets that the company wants to address. Within translation lies linguistic consistency, one of the least known challenges an international company could encounter.
Avira Antivirus Pro recently received the Best Usability 2014 Award from AV-TEST. While for some of you this might already be a good enough reason to give our product a try, others might really want to dig into it and find out what’s behind our award winning technology.
When hackers steal your private data, it’s unexpected and painful, but there may be times when you’re actually making it easier for the hackers to access your information, without even realizing it. How so?
Avira Antivirus Pro receives the “Best Usability 2014 Award” for consumer users from AV-TEST. Check out the outstanding results!
Our Big Data Engineer, Călin-Andrei Burloiu, contributed to a very interesting guest post on the Cloudera blog about the Couchdoop connector bringing Couchbase data into Hadoop.
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When you’re shopping for a new computer, mobile device, or some other gadget, which factors weigh on your mind while you make the decision about what to buy? For some consumers, there isn’t really a lot to the process. They know exactly what they want and they’re going to buy it without considering any other options.
While creating things with technology has always been accessible to some extent, it’s easier now than ever before. Not only are the tools easier to use, but the learning resources are plentiful, understandable, engaging, and sometimes even free.
By all measures, online purchases via mobile devices is on the rise. Statistics from IBM Digital Analytics show that online sales via mobile was up 27.2 percent during the 2014 year-end holiday shopping season.