Posted by: admin on: December 6, 2012
It’s pretty scary to think of how much information big brands have on you nowadays with the sophisticated data collection they can do and such. This infographic from Camcode, a manufacturer of durable asset tags, delves into the Big Brother-like methods that companies use to track your purchases so they can learn your buying habits and behaviors and then better market to you.
Infographic by Camcode Asset Tags: http://www.camcode.com/asset-tags.html
Posted by: admin on: October 3, 2012
The summer months are a killer on the wallet: whether it be from paying for trips and vacations, unintended shopping sprees for tropical weather clothing, or just impromptu activity plans to take advantage of the warm weather. But while these expenditures seem to be natural and easy to control, some of the costs of summer come from natural changes in the economy that happen only in the summer months. For instance, severe storm threats change traffic routes, more people traveling and on the road create more demand for gas (jacking up the price!), and more cars on the road means more accidents which leads to higher insurance costs. So really, summer has some crazy affects on the economic infrastructure, which then hits you right in the bank account. This infographic gives a full overview of the different kinds of factors impact summer infrastructure – makes you want to live in a cooler climate eh?
This infographic was made by ClickSoftware field service management, the leading provider of field service and workforce management software and solutions
Posted by: admin on: October 3, 2012
Security is as important for mobile phones as it is for computers and tablets, as they are essentially small computers that we take with us everywhere we go, often sharing even more information through our phones than on other larger tech devices. But while mobile devices are becoming so widely used, the education about mobile security is severely lacking, leaving many of us at risk of cyber hazards. That is why we have Mobile Security 101, an infographic that covers all of the basics. Based on studies, it is estimated that three years from now there should be 500 million banking users and that Android malware increased by 400 percent within the past decade. People will also be using smartphones more often than they do their PCs. These statistics should put mobile security at the top of everyone’s priority list.
This infographic was made by Brainloop, an Enterprise Software and Services company and leaders in end to end electronic document compliance management and document & file security.
Posted by: admin on: August 5, 2012
Posted by: admin on: July 5, 2012
Have any interest in trading public stocks? Well you might be surprised to know that some of the biggest and most popular public companies are routinely leaving themselves open to being hacked and financially compromised. Not something to be taken lightly! Here’s an infographic that sheds light on the matter:
Posted by: admin on: May 29, 2012
Here’s a slick looking infographic from “A Center for Marriage Counseling” that gives some tips and techniques to help you and your spouse, BF, GF or partner deal with blow out arguments.
Infographic by A Center for Marriage Counseling
Posted by: admin on: March 22, 2012
The folks at Click Software, a field service management software provider, have put together a really cool breakdown of how different countries deal with cloud-related issues we think is worth checking out:
Posted by: admin on: March 12, 2012
Back on Black Friday this infographic did a really nice job of detailing how cyber security works on Black Friday:
Posted by: admin on: March 5, 2012
Mobile security is a new and tricky topic – the folks at Veracode have put together a handy graphic with more information on how best to secure your phone, while also looking at Android versus iOS on security: