This article was written by John Graham-Cumming on the CloudFlare team and originally published by VentureBeat. We're republishing it here. Looking at the latest DDoS attack statistics from CloudFlare's network, it seems that hackers love the holidays. Zooming in on November and December 2012 it'
Forecasters have estimated that online holiday shopping will account for almost 25 percent of total ecommerce sales in 2012. That's more than $54 Billion dollars in online transactions. With so much shopping happening online, we thought we'd talk to one of our ecommerce customers to hear
With Halloween around the corner, I caught up with one of our customers, the husband and wife team behind Pumpkinlady.com. If you haven't been to their website, it offers a range of pumpkin carving stencils and accessories for the holiday season. The website has gained a lot
I was talking last week with Shawn Graham, a reporter at Fast Company, and he asked a simple but interesting question: do hackers take the holidays off?
This is the story of two things that are deeply American: post-Thanksgiving shopping and scrappy entrepreneurs. On the fourth Thursday in November, the United States celebrates Thanksgiving. The Friday after, known as Black Friday, is considered the official start of the holiday shopping season.