Richard A. Spires<br /><ul><li>The Department of Homeland Security was formed in 2002 in response to September 11 attacks on the United States.*
40% of visitors to DHS.gov come from Europe, Asia and Latin America as many visit USCIS.gov and State.gov in search of immigration information and documentation.
Chief Information Officer of the DHS: 2009 – Present
Deputy Commissioner of Operations Support and IRS CIO: 2004 – 2008</li></li></ul><li>comScore DHS.gov Profile<br />Many of the top searches to DHS.gov include searches for jobs with the DHS and TSA.<br /><ul><li> Chief Information Officer of the DHS: 2009 – Present
Deputy Commissioner of Operations Support and IRS CIO: 2004 – 2008</li></li></ul><li>Dr. Mohamed Reda<br /><ul><li>The Middle East and Africa have seen a constant, steady growth in total Internet users since November 2009, reaching just over 111 million users in November 2010.
Career Services and Photos saw some of the biggest year-over-year gains at nearly 30% each, as over 20 different categories saw double digit gains in the Middle East and Africa.
Founder of the Information Technology Export Community (ITEC): 2008 – Present</li></ul>+5%<br />+28%<br />+10%<br />+17%<br />+30%<br />* ITECEgypy.org: “About Us”<br />* InternetWorldStats.com: “Internet Usage in Africa”<br />
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North America<br />Distribution of Worldwide Internet Audience<br />US Internet Population vs. Rest of the World<br />Europe<br />Latin America<br />Rest of the World<br />Middle East - Africa<br />Asia Pacific<br />US<br /><ul><li>In 1996, 2/3 of the world’s Internet population was in the US, yet today Asia Pacific is the largest region.
Many emerging regions are likely to bypass old modes, skipping dial-up to go straight to broadband, making multimedia, video, and collaborative content immediately accessible.
Early adoption of mobile web in addition to PC web will likely be popular in many of these high-growth areas.</li></ul>The US Is No Longer the Center of the Online Universe<br />Source: comScore World Metrix, April 2010<br />
A Day in the Life of the Digital Consumer<br />Source: comScore April 2010<br /><ul><li>In a typical month the average US internet user:
Spends 32.6 hours online – roughly an hour a day.
Facebook is now the #1 site in the US in terms of page views and #4 in total audience
Facebook alone now accounts for 7.5% of a person’s time spent online.
Twitter’s US audience has grown 140% vs. year ago to 22 million visitors and it now ranks among the top 50 US web properties</li></li></ul><li>A Day in the Life of the Digital Consumer<br />Smartphone Usage<br />Online Video Viewing<br />The average online video viewer watched 12.3 hours of video in March, up 125% vs. year ago.<br />The number of Smartphone users has increased 78% to 45 million in the past year.<br />Smartphone adoption is soaring<br />OTT video penetration exceeds 80%<br />Source: comScore April 2010<br />
A Day in the Life of the Digital Consumer<br />Unique Searchers (000)<br />Searches perUsage Day<br />Unique<br />searchers<br /> increased by<br /> 6.9%<br />More searches <br />per Usage Day<br />Consumers are increasingly reliant on search<br />Source: comScore qSearch 2.0, April 2010<br />
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