Archive for the ‘Surveys’ Category

Bateman Group by the Numbers

“All work, no play is the best,” said no one ever. Part of the fun of working at the 2013 Communications Agency of the Year is getting great results for our clients. The other part is quarterly beirut tournaments (wrongly … Continue reading

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In the shadow of the NSA scandal, big data, mobile and cloud are the runaway hits of RSA 2014

  I was asked to give my perspective on what the trends at RSA Conference 2014 last week portend for marketing and communications the rest of the year. You may not like what I have to say, because you’ve heard … Continue reading

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Defcon Survey: Hackers want more crypto, less NSA

Hackers are an interesting bunch and somewhat predictable, if I may be so bold as to generalize. Before Defcon this summer, I asked all the hackers I know to participate in a survey about their opinions on a variety of … Continue reading

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Ouch! NSA chief dissed at Black Hat… Get your ‘I am not the Fed!’ temporary tattoo

  LAS VEGAS — What a difference a year makes. Last year Keith Alexander  became the first NSA director to give a keynote at hacker conference Defcon the events’ 20-year history. He urged attendees to help the government on cyber … Continue reading

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Why Being More Social Doesn’t Always Increase Brand Loyalty

Bill Bourdon reacts to a May 2010 Fast Company article by Ben Paynter on the proliferation of social media tools and how major consumer brands are using them to build customer loyalty. Continue reading

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