Even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, businesses had a taste of what the future would look like. With platform-based services and related ecosystems taking over the world and our way of life, there has been little doubt about what business enterprises needed to do to keep up with the changing times. After the pandemic disrupted the normal way of life and businesses, organizations, educational institutions, and government departments alike had to look for digital solutions to carry on functioning, it became quite clear that we are already behind schedule on digital transformation.
California Consumer Privacy Act became effective on January 1, 2019. 2 years before, Europe implemented GDPR. Even though both are personal data protection laws, they are ideologically different. Through this article, we are exploring the factors that differentiate CCPA from GDPR. GDPR CCPA Effective From 25-May-2018 Effective From 01-January-2020
The year 2018 marked the implementation of one of the most popular data protection laws in the world, ie GDPR. It's been a year and a half since its implementation. Any organization in Europe or who delivers a digital service to European Public and uses their personal information now complies GDPR. Now it’s time for CCPA, California Consumer Privacy Act.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a state law created to enhance the privacy rights and consumer protection of California residents. The bill for CCPA was passed by the State Legislature and signed into law by Jerry Brown, Governor of California, on June 28, 2018. Here are some fact you need to know about CCPA CCPA is a personal data protection law passed by the State Of California. CCPA stands for California Consumer Privacy Act and gets effective on 1st Jan 2020.
User Experience Design The UX designer should consider the accessibility standards in mind while defining the UX of the web portal. UI Design When building the UI elements and styles, accessibility should consider. Factors like color of text, the contrast of images, navigation elements, etc should be considered here. HTML The html should be generated by following the web accessibility standards defined.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines was conceived by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) with a motive to make web and digital technology accessible for all. The first version of accessibility guidelines, WCAG 1.0 was released on May 5th, 1999. It continued for about 10 years and in 2008, WCAG 2.0 was released. In addition to web properties, 2.0 also takes care of other digital assets like PDF, Documents, Google Docs, Spreadsheets, mobile apps, etc.
Next time you’re in a crowded location, count out ten people. Eight of them will have used a mobile device for online shopping, and at least three will do all their online shopping solely on that mobile device1. If you’re an e-commerce store owner, the eight are great news. However, those three might be giving you some anxiety because you’re not sure the best way to reach them.
As the GDPR comes into effect, businesses are scrambling to take measures to become compliant with the regulation. If you are maintaining a Drupal website and would like to know how easily you can make your website a GDPR compliant one, read on. This article focuses on the contributed modules available in Drupal.org, which are aimed at helping website owners become compliant with the new rule. EU Cookie Compliance Module: EU Cookie Compliance
The European Union Data Protection Regulation(GDPR) law is going to be effective from May 25th 2018 and if you have clients and services across EU, then you should definitely make your website compliant with the regulations.
It is high time to make your website GDPR compliant, as the regulation is going to be effective from May 25th, 2018. If you would like to revisit our article on what GDPR is and how it can affect a site owner or developer, you can read our previous article here. What do you have to do to comply with GDPR? Now that you know what GDPR is and what it is about, here are the steps to follow to be compliant with GDPR.
As we fast approach May 25th 2018, organizations all across the European Union (and organizations that deal with European citizens and their data) are working to ensure that their business processes are compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that comes into effect on that date.
You would have heard about the European Union Data Protection Regulation(GDPR) law that will take effect on May 25th, 2018. The aim of this regulation is to give EU citizens the right to control what information is being collected from them by various businesses. GDPR will apply to the processing of personal data by controllers and processors in the EU, regardless of whether the processing takes place in the EU or not. GDPR will replace the prior EU directive known as Directive 95/46/EC (the “Directive”), which has been the basis of European data protection law since 1995.
Today’s shoppers demand unified experience across channels. They wish to buy anywhere, receive anywhere, and return anywhere. If they bought it online, they want to return in-store. If an item is out-of-stock in-store, they want to see it on their mobile. They walk into the store and ask the in-store sales associate to order something online for them and wants to get it delivered at their residence.
Zyxware has formally started its on the ground operations in the US with its subsidiary DxForge Inc head quartered in Hackensack, NJ. Anoop John, Founder and CTO of Zyxware has moved to the US to set up the operations of the US subsidiary and build a team for the US subsidiary.
The realm of app development has grown tremendously in recent years, and the creation of an app is now well within the reach of any business, regardless of their size or budget. There are several mistakes that can potentially be made in the process that can lead to problems, costing a business time and money, among other things. Here are the top 8 mistakes that are most commonly made, so that you can become aware of them and learn how to avoid making these same mistakes.
To improve the customer experience effectively, knowing the customer is key. Knowing the customer helps in connecting your customer experience to business results.
There has been an argument raging on the web that Drupal is a beast when it comes to building websites, or it is not as easy to build as WordPress but it is very secure and scalable. While others argue that Drupal is the best choice! Here we would like to point out what Drupal is best suited for when it comes to building websites.
Webmasters of e-commerce websites are always looking for innovative solutions. Drupal is a robust CMS that has become the CMS of choice for e-commerce web applications. Drupal e-commerce websites can be scaled up easily because of their modular nature and flexibility.
Learning to capitalize on the evolving digital revolution might be a daunting task for educational institutions but as Abraham Lincoln rightly pointed out: "If you ‘re not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you’re determined to learn, no one can stop you."
Digital trends are evolving and transforming quite rapidly. Digital marketers can monitor what is being viewed, for how long and how often. Being able to analyze what content works, what doesn’t and see the sale conversions should help in making a strategic marketing plan that is agile. Drupal known for its flexibility and scalability, is a great tool for building an amazing digital marketing platform.