Maintaining the confidence of Data Recovery the public’s is never a foregone conclusion. One misstep — such hiking product prices or making a tone-deaf tweet — may be enough to taint the image of the business. For instance, when a corporate entity makes blunders that go above the threshold of what the public considers honest mistakes, it’s bound to lose its credibility and reliability in the eyes of the consumer.
The public perception of an internal scandal, unethical business practices or lax security, are enough in garnering disdain from large Data Recovery segments of consumers — and in 2018 there has not been a shortage of such revelations within the corporate world. Based on the major news events from 2017, customer surveys, employee reviews on Glassdoor among other rating options, here are the least reliable tech brands in 2018.
Ever since the 2016 U.S election, Facebook has been a subject of scrutiny by both the general public and the U.S lawmakers; the tech giant suffered a credibility setback. One reason for this suspicion was the allegation that Russia meddled in the election by propagating hate and manipulative posts targeting the U.S electorate using fake accounts. The other scandal that eroded Facebook’s credibility and reliability to secure user Data Recovery involved inappropriate access to Facebook users’ private information by a British political consulting company, Cambridge Analytica.
The telecom company CenturyLink commands a significant market share of the U.S’ telephone and internet service subscribers. However, its reputation among the US population has also significantly gone down, managing an ACSI score of 59 – for its internet service provision. Even worse, only less than a half of the employees polled would recommend CenturyLink to friends – according to Glassdoor website.
In a poll conducted by Zogby in collaboration with 24/7 Wall St. in January 2018, 44% of the respondents expressed dissatisfaction with Sprint. This rating represents the lowest assessment any Telco in the U.S got in the same period. For instance, Sprint ranks lowest among its peers in Data Recovery and speed. Lastly, sprint comes second last in texting, calling and overall reliability.
For decades, Electronic Arts has achieved great success in video games. The company is known for producing numerous wildly successful franchises. Even though Electronic Arts has helped in shaping the gaming industry, the company has gained the reputation of an unreliable entity due to its common practice of buying up operations of smaller studios or the studios for specific games and then running them down to the ground or stripping the game its identity.