Retail sales numbers in Canada and the United Kingdom grew in November and December.
Month: January 2015
Industry experts predict that omni-channel retail will become more advanced in 2015.
A recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute on behalf of Identity Finder, LLC., reported that 61 percent of organizations increased their security budgets by an average of 34 percent in 2014.
According to a recent study, 82 percent of retailers have deployed in-store Wi-Fi, and 28 percent of those businesses have reported an increase in customer loyalty since adopting the technology.
According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Home Depot has been given until July to respond to litigious claims that its 2014 data breach was the result of negligence.
Kantar Retail is predicting that retail sales will rise by 4.5 percent in 2015, due to low unemployment rates and low gas prices.
Although online sales continue to grow and evolve, retail experts are maintaining that brick-and-mortar businesses will never be a thing of the past.
Both Park ‘N Fly and OneStopParking.com, two competing airport parking services, announced this week that they suffered data breaches resulting in customers’ payment card information being compromised.
On Monday President Obama proposed a new federal law requiring businesses to notify customers that their personal information has been compromised within 30 days of a security breach being discovered.
Retailers are embracing change in 2015 by doing their best to stay ahead of the curve and meet the ever-changing demands of consumers.