This is the era of mobile apps. We get everything – from critical business information to entertaining videos and games – on our mobile devices. Information is right at our fingertips, and we are always striving to catch up with the outside world. As per App Annie, an average smartphone user has 80 apps installed.
It is 2020, and discussions around data-ownership and privacy have finally crossed the Atlantic and reached the American boardroom, thanks to CCPA coming into force. Companies, both big and small are – or should be – taking stock of all their data-sharing activities, and the first thing usually discussed is the use of data analytics.
Wynn Casino, a mobile casino game, is one of the first enterprise customers of RudderStack. Their spin wheel game is one of the most popular games in the casino game category, with the engagement numbers doubling every six months. In this post, we give you a brief overview of the context in which the Wynn
Most enterprises know that PII (Personally Identifiable Information) within their customer data is extremely critical, and take extra steps to protect it. Databases holding PII are encrypted. Furthermore, organizations enforce strong access control and every access is logged. All that is really great. In this privacy and security-conscious world, the stakes of losing PII are
How to Setup RudderStack RudderStack can easily be set up in a dockerized environment. We also support Terraform for AWS EC2 while support for Azure and GCP is coming soon. Terraform setup will be covered in a separate post Pre-Req Install the latest docker (v19+) and docker-compose (v1.24+) Steps Clone https://github.com/rudderlabs/rudder-ossRun “docker-compose up” to bring
Today, websites and mobile applications have become the digital storefronts of every eCommerce company. This move to the digital platform has lowered the entry point to establish a retail business. It has also made time and distance irrelevant in the pursuit of customer acquisition and sales. However, the loss of the in-person interaction has also
The explosion of SaaS tools in sales and marketing departments has led to the flow of customer data into numerous third-party organizations. Although this data flow is sometimes necessary, customers are often in the dark about how the data is being collected and used. Also, these third-party tools tend to collect more data than necessary
The explosion of SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) tools across all major business verticals have led to the flow of customer data into numerous third-party organizations. This data flow is sometimes necessary. However, customers are often kept in the dark about how the data is being collected and used. As a recent example, the Ring app was found