Monthly Archives: April 2012
Here’s a LinkedIn reply from my friend Irvin West, who is a Symantec sales professional: The seal rollout will be phased over a period of 2 weeks and be completed on April 30th. It requires no action on the part … Continue reading
And here’s the press release from Symantec on the new Norton seal, spotted yesterday.
As you know, the VeriSign Secured Seal is scheduled to change to the Norton Secured Seal this month. Well, it seems to have happened, at least partially. On my wife’s Macintosh, we see the Norton seal: While on both my … Continue reading
Regular readers will know that I’ve been following with interest the coming addition of many new gTLDs in the next year or so. It represents the biggest change in internet naming since the world wide web became popular, and it … Continue reading
I recently wrote about the Maryland Department of Correction’s highly problematic decision to demand the Facebook passwords of prospective employees. The latest development is that the Maryland state legislature has passed legislation making it illegal for employers to requiring employees … Continue reading
My article in RIS News appeared today explaining how Amazon’s entry into bricks-and-mortar retailing might affect awareness and adoption of in-store analytics.
Well, this is it. According to Symantec, April 2012 is the last month for the VeriSign Secured Seal as we know it. At some date this month, we’re told, they’ll all be changing over to the new Norton Secured Seal. … Continue reading
As I’ve written about in the past, the world of internet naming is about to go through a massive shift with ICANN’s decision to take open applications for new gTLDs. We just passed a milestone, which was the March 29 … Continue reading
At one stage in my career I was in charge of marketing for several significant business lines at the company I worked for. These business lines had their own distinct budgets, marketing teams, and sales teams. This anecdote involves one … Continue reading
I recently wrote this comment in a RetailWire discussion on the use of Big Data in brick-and-mortar retailers (I warned you that this material would start making its way into my blog): There’s a big difference between data and knowledge. … Continue reading