Data security has been a hot topic in the world of retail IT lately. Based on some recent retail data security-related news items, I have compiled a list of two don’ts and one do when it comes to securing your data.
Target Corp. is decking the dorm with a new application aimed at students preparing to go back to college this fall.
Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores Inc. is giving customers a voice via social media.
The future of technology looks cloudy, and IT professionals should be pleased.
Target Corp. is taking a centralized approach to security to help ensure that data breaches such as the one which inflicted serious financial and branding damage in late 2013 do not happen again.
Specialty sporting goods retailer City Sports is making things personal with its omnichannel customers.
Spanish retail chains including department store retailer El Corte Ingles and supermarket retailer BonPreu are leveraging a new smartphone-based payment solution.
If idle hands are the tool of the devil, then Chinese e-commerce platform Alibaba Holding Group Inc. has very righteous hands.
German discount grocer Lidl is applying business intelligence technology to its planned expansion into the U.S.
Starbucks Corp, is partnering with one of the world’s best-known media brands to provide an elevated news experience for users of its mobile app.