Anything You Ever Wanted to Know about Drupal

May 11, 2014

All you ever wanted to know about drupal, from what is drupal? to who are the sites who using it? including drupal statistics, release timeliness and more. Source


Living With The Internet

May 5, 2014

Living with the internet: A Global Study of What’s Driving Web Behaviour’ is a major piece of research conducted by Microsoft Advertising, Mindshare and MEC. It revisits a 2007 study, Context Matters, and explores changing online behaviour to show how digital media consumption has developed. The study analysed web use diaries from 7,000 users in […]


What is the Cloud?

April 23, 2014

Have you ever heard someone talking about “the cloud” and wondered what it meant? Although the idea is relatively new, it’s not too hard to understand. In fact, you’ve probably used the cloud many times without knowing it. Source


The Blueprint of a Successful Online Shopping Cart

April 23, 2014

Making sure you can successfully sell your product online requires many factors falling into place and having the perfect shopping cart on your site is crucial. From a professional site appearance to SPAM protection, this infographic looks at how to make a successful page. This infographic looks at the features you should look into in […]


The Worst Cities for Online Crimes

April 3, 2014

We are all at risk of online crimes like identity theft and privacy violation. It can happen to anyone and anywhere. However, did you know that some cities experience more online crime than others? The truth is, some Internet users are more at risk depending on where they live. Here is a look at the […]


A Year of Twitter

April 1, 2014

2010 was an amazing year for Twitter as it exploded from a web curiosity to everyday necessity . This infographic looks at the good, the bad, and the ugly for this social media wonder in 2010. Source


PacketLogic Report Studio: Information is Cheap, Lack of Knowledge is Expensive

March 29, 2014

I was reading an interview with George Dyson, and during the interview, he made a comment that really caught my attention. He was speaking of the volumes of data that many people have to deal with, and his comment was “Information is cheap, meaning is expensive”. The comment resonated for me, as it encapsulated the […]


Customers Frustrated with Mobile Retailers

March 27, 2014

Although consumers are shopping more via mobile, the retailers are not living up to consumer expectations and have plenty of room for improvement. The consequences of providing a less than favorable online experience for customers include less revenue, poor reviews and a risk of loosing repeat customers for good. Source


The Internet In 2015: Who Will Be Leading The Pack?

March 25, 2014

Which region will do the most file sharing or online gaming in 2015? Which region will generate the most internet traffic overall? The answers in this infographic. Source


UK Christmas Shopping in 2011

March 24, 2014

It seems many of us go all out for the festive season; spending our hard earned pounds on ourselves and our nearest and dearest. Here are some of our favourite Christmas shopping statistics. Source


Employee, Interruped

March 19, 2014

Are you reading this blog at work? It’s a fair question when you look at the statistics of how many “cyberslackers” there are out there: a new breed of employees who use company internet connections for personal use. Source


How Site Optimizer solves performance bottleneck

March 11, 2014

It’s not enough to optimize your site for first-time visitors. Successful websites and web applications attract repeat users who visit favorite web pages or navigate consistently through a series of web pages.