Die GetGoods AG, die neben dem gleichnamigen Onlineshop auch die Shops Home of Hardware (HOH) und Handyshop.de betreibt, konnte ihren Umsatz 2011 um 97 Prozent auf 322 Millionen Euro steigern. Das in Frankfurt an der Oder angesiedelte E-Commerce Unternehmen wächst damit in einem Tempo, wie es zuvor im ITK-Onlinehandel nicht zu beobachten war: 2007 gegründet, lag der Umsatz des damals als HTM GmbH firmierenden Unternehmens 2008 noch unter 10 Millionen Euro, ein Jahr später bereits bei 30 Millionen Euro und 2010 schließlich bei 163 Millionen Euro. Zu dem erneuten Umsatzanstieg trug auch die Übernahme der eingeführten Online-Marke HOH Mitte 2011 bei. …mehr
Haben Sie heute mehr Angst vor Angriffen auf Ihre Unternehmens-IT als noch vor einigen Jahren? Haben Sie bereits unangenehme Erfahrungen mit Cyber-Gangstern oder „fehlgeleiteten“ eigenen Mitarbeitern gemacht, die Ihnen mutwillig oder einfach nur aus Unwissenheit Schaden zugefügt haben? Wenn ja, besteht kein Grund zur Scham – Ihr Unternehmen ist beileibe nicht das einzige. …mehr
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