Most mobile pages are not meeting users’ performance expectations, with the rush to embrace responsive Web design partially responsible, according to a new report from Radware.
At the Hacker Halted conference in Atlanta, Carl W. Herberger, vice president of security at Radware, discussed Thursday the importance of cutting through that fog as organizations try to defend their environments.
After falling in recent weeks, the Radware Ltd.'s (Nasdaq:RDWR) share price changed direction last week, climbing 3.3% to $16.50 on Wall Street on Thursday and Friday, reflecting a $743 million market cap.
Radware, a Mahwah-based provider of application delivery and security solutions, said Thursday it has won a multimillion-dollar contract from a national financial services company.
With the holiday season approaching, e-commerce companies are getting ready to face the competition and try to conquer a larger share of the customer spending. The fast-paced, online landscape is a serious challenge for e-commerce businesses today, and companies strive to meet and exceed customer expectations to gain their loyalty.
Shoppers are in more of a hurry than ever before, especially when it comes to mobile shopping. And the unfortunate reality for many retailers is that their online pages are just too slow for the mobile crowd.
New Radware research is aiming to give Internet retailers a “shopper’s eye view” of how e-commerce sites perform on both desktops and mobile devices.