Our increasingly social world is raising concerns over the safety of our personal data. So what do the professionals working with data privacy legislation think? Aiming to address how the two professions feel about the current state of US data privacy law, IDG Connect presents exclusive insight into whether there is a conflict between the personal views and professional experiences of marketers and legal professionals with privacy laws, and the disparity between US and EU privacy law.
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New research research from IDG Connect looks at perceptions of women in IT, what the gender imbalance means for the industry in 2013 and beyond, and whether it is likely to have an impact on innovation. Does the shortage of women in IT really matter?
The gender imbalance in IT is an extremely divisive issue – this new global survey reveals the full extent of the division…
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This infographic from IDG Connect is based on aggregated TM interviews from 100+ North American respondents in cross-section of job titles and industries. It looks at how mobile devices affect one’s lifestyle at work verses their personal life. Does mobility really make you more productive or does it make you selfish?
A recent consumer survey by IDGTechNetwork showed that video plays a vital role in the purchasing decisions of today’s electronics and technology consumers. But it’s not just standard video advertising that we are talking about. They look for a variety of content that will help them make a better informed decision and then tend to act on the information that they’ve found. Here’s a quick breakdown of the survey results.
Before I talk about the results I wanted to give you a run down of how the data was collected. It was an online survey aimed at ‘better understanding the demographic profile of the IDGTechNetwork audience.‘ The research was done via online invitations to complete the survey by ‘editorial stakeholders of sites within the IDGTechNetwork.‘ The responses were collected from April 30th to August 24th of this year.
With an audience of 130 million unique visitors and 2,354 respondents we get a margin of error right around 2%. Of course, that’s about half of the US online audience. It’s hard to say what percentage of the online video viewing audience in the US it is though as we don’t know if all 130 million of them watch video online monthly. I haven’t seen IDG on any comScore or Nielsen report as either a publisher (10th place in May was 11.4M video viewers for Nielsen, comScore is much higher) or an online video ad network.