Cyber Monday Success: Managing the Network and Security for More Sales

| November 22, 2018

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For retailers, Black Friday used to be the bellwether and focal point of the year, driving profits annually. But with herds of consumers forming lines in the wee hours only to create chaos on the showroom floor, the proposition of saving a few bucks is losing luster. With the convenience of online shopping, Cyber Monday has begun to overshadow its more traditional counterpart. According to the National Retail Federation, there were 81 million online shoppers on Cyber Monday 2017.

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