November 25, 2011

CrawfordTech’s Weekly Reading List: November 25, 2011

In our Reading List this week we have predictions of worldwide revenue for the document solutions marketplace, a stark reminder of how frail your security might be and the latest ComScore report on QR Code usage.

 

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In our Reading List this week we have predictions of worldwide revenue for the document solutions marketplace, a stark reminder of how frail your security might be and the latest ComScore report on QR Code usage.

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On with the news...

IDC says Worldwide document solutions software revenues to reach $5.5bn in 2015 (via CBR) - The latest report from analysis giant IDC sheds light on the worldwide potential for the document solutions industry and offers details of the marketplace in 2010. IDC say that the document solutions industry is set for 'unprecedented growth'.

Top 25 worst passwords revealed: Is yours on the list? (via CBR) - Take a look at the most common passwords in this article. Are you using one of these for any of your login credentials? Or even worse, the same password for all your services? This article sheds light on an important issue.

14 Million Americans Scanned QR Codes on their Mobile Phones in June 2011 (via ComScore) - The latest ComScore report on QR Code usage is out, and the 2D barcode standard is gathering even more pace. 6.2% of the entire mobile audience scanned codes in July. Check out the rest of this report for some eye-opening statistics.

Like the industry content you are reading here? If you do, then be sure to check out our October 2011 newsletter, The Crawford Courier, by visiting this link: http://su.pr/4hFSlV

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