The Internet market is rapidly changing in recent years, resulting in the emergence of new technologies and new modes of marketing. The revolution in technology stimulates the creation of infinite number of new ideas and developments. “2012 Digital Marketplace Seminar - Creating New Online Business Frontiers” will present to you the new trend of digital market from different perspectives, including the recent IPv6 development, new business opportunities brought by mobile social media, cloud computing and the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon. Besides, the aging population in Hong Kong will give rise to many online business opportunities in the so-called “silver hair” market. How can SME get prepared for the ever-changing Internet market, make effective use of resources and innovate with their boundless imagination, in order to generate new ideas to open up new business frontiers?
At the “2012 Digital Marketplace Seminar - Creating New Online Business Frontiers”, market leaders and professionals will share their views on the emerging trends and current best practices, enabling enterprises to break through the traditional constraints.
‧ The business value of IPv6 and its new applications
‧ Online business opportunities in the “silver hair” market
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) is probably not a good name to use anymore. Its term brings to mind old-school network attacks much in the way Pittsburgh still carries a reputation for being a dirty and smoky city. Neither of these could be further from the true. Both have evolved beyond their original descriptions—Pittsburgh for the better, and DDoS…not so much.
Whether you’re an ISP, a hosting company, a data center operator offering “cloud services,” or all of the above, you are no doubt facing multiple business challenges. Increasing competition; corporate pressure to expand market share, ARPU and profitability; shrinking staff size; and reduced CAPEX/OPEX budgets. Today’s business environment is clearly tougher than ever.
In first nine months of 2014, after 1,922 confirmed incidents, criminals managed to compromise 904 million records. Many of the incidents reported in 2014 were record setting, including twenty of them that resulted in the compromise of more than a million records each.
A territory-wide cyber security drill, conducted by the Hong Kong Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Centre (HKCERT) of the Hong Kong Productivity Council saw HKT’s Business Netvigator pass with flying colors.