Posts Tagged ‘Antivirus direct’

International prices in webshops

Tweet The World Wide Web supposed to be an international network. Hence “the”  and “world” in it.  With exception of the Great Chinese firewall anybody in the world could see any information on any website. And, theoretically, anybody could buy any product from any website. I do understand why e-shops, selling real goods like books, […]

Antivirus Direct – Information overload

Tweet When I  started the first version of , I tried to represent the data in the minimalistic way. The less steps user needs to perform to get all the information, required for the analysis  – the better. One page per product sounded like a good idea. Well, I didn’t think there are so many antivirus […]

New project: Antivirus Direct

Tweet I’ve spend the last 4 years working for different antivirus vendors (Kaspersky and Trustport) helping consumers to buy and renew their antiviruses online. The online sales industry of antiviruses is a bit strange. Vendors are still mostly oriented on retail market (well, they’ve build their empires based on brick-and-mortar retail sales). And online shops […]