Posts tagged “E-commerce”
SciQuest, Inc., an eProcurement spend solutions company, has been formally relaunched as Jagger, producers of a comprehensive source to pay (S2P) solutions suite, in the latest transformation for the Morrisville-based company.
Yahoo is warning users of potentially malicious activity on their accounts between 2015 and 2016, the latest development in the internet company's investigation of a mega-breach that exposed 1 billion users' data several years ago.
Researchers from North Carolina State University, Boston University and George Mason University have developed a Bitcoin-compatible system that could make it significantly more difficult for observers to identify or track the parties involved in any given Bitcoin transaction.
ChannelAdvisor co-founder and CTO Aris Buinevicius, has retired, the company said after markets closed Thursday. The company also named a new chief revenue officer. The company reported revenue that just missed analysts estimates.
Analysis: A trifecta of rapid service releases, global expansion and a committed partner ecosystem promise to sustain AWS' growth, on pace for a staggering $17B in 2017, says Technology Business Research.
Analysis: While the iPhone is the core of Apple's future initiatives, Apple's latest earnings show that the initiatives the company put in place to monetize nearly every aspect of the iPhone user experience helped restore revenue growth, says Technology Business Research Analyst Jack Narcotta.
A new report from Cisco spells out the real costs for businesses who suffer cybersecurity breaches with companies saying they suffer huge customer and revenue losses as well as future opportunities. Plus: Watch a video summary of executives' concerns.
Given the abundance of hacking and "snoopers" that can sniff your PIN, so-called chip cards seemed like a good idea. But the inconvenience - every merchant seems to have a different way to handle them plus there is a noticeable time delay - this ecommerce shopper is ready for "contactless" transactions such as Apple Pay. So are millions of others, says a new study from Juniper Research.
Analysis: Google is knitting together an array of media and technology assets to provide a unified view of the consumer at an individual level. In doing so, Google is borrowing a page from Facebook's people-based playbook.
'Buoyed by New Financing, ChannelAdvisor Points to Profitability - and the Stars,' reads the headline on one of the very first stories published by Local Tech Wire in January 2002. Now called WRAL TechWire, our team will be taking a look back through the archives as a way to commemorate 15 years of covering tech and life science in the Triangle as well as across N.C. Scot Wingo remains a pillar of the Triangle startup community, and ChannelAdvisor became in many ways what he set out to build. Enjoy the look back in time. Words Wingo spoke then still ring true today.
Tech news: Apple $1B more in NC; Netflix shrinking DVD biz; CoLucid sold; Biogen settles suit; satellites track jets; GPS anomalies
Note to our readers: The Bulldog wrapup of technology news, which has been a staple of WRAL TechWire for years, is taking on a new look. We are expanding it to incorporate Triangle and regional headlines, not just news from The Associated Press and other wires. In effect, the Bulldog will become the new home for other occasional WTW posts such as Triangle Headlines. No one publication in the Triangle can adequately cover all the tech and life science news that's happening daily - well, make that hourly. The Bulldog, which draws its name from an old newspaper term for early editions and from WTW Editor Rick Smith's late bulldog Roxie, will attempt to bring you a daily wrapup of highlights.