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One overriding issue that concerns the vast majority of online users is security. Whether we are surfing, chatting, playing games or conducting a financial transaction, we want to be assured we are safe and our data is protected. As much as security service providers try though, they can't guarantee your protection 100 percent of the time.
The buzz around online technology in the last few years has centered on HTML5, and 2012 was never short on innovation and excitement in this space. Let's take a look at HTML5 trends for 2012, as borrowed from a recent readwrite report.
Whenever a new platform is introduced in the marketplace, businesses experience the deer in the headlight moment before they start reacting to what is taking place. Some adapt quicker than others and grab the market share early in the game. By now, even the most cautious business person has figured out mobile commerce is not a trend, and if your business doesn't have a mobile presence you will be losing in the long run. While 2012 was the year in which mobile platforms were being test driven, 2013 is the year in which trends will be established with proven tools to make mobile an accepted part of commerce.
At one point in time, BlackBerry was the go-to device for many businesses and government organizations around the world. Since the introduction of the new line of smartphones though, the company has been playing catch-up with everyone from Apple to Samsung and not faring well.
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