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May , 14

Cloud Computing- A Growing Need In 2014

  Since last decade Cloud Computing has been emerging as a biggest technology in this competitive world. This has drastically changed the need of on-premise IT solutions. The cloud services are continuously becoming the requirement of every sector whether it is SME’s, healthcare, hospitality, automotive, non-profits or education. Cloud computing services are day by day [...]

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Mar , 14

Sustainable Adoption-Creating Lovable Technology Solutions

  Who hasn’t felt that familiar terror when IT mentions a new “upgrade” or “deployment?”   Typical User Response – “I understand how to work my computer, I know how to use it to get my job done, why fix what isn’t broken?”   Typical CEO Response- “We JUST bought the latest version of Office/windows/CRM… [...]

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Feb , 14

BYOD in 2014- An Outline of the Major Predictions

As everybody kicked off the 2014 celebrations, this New Year was accompanied by an onslaught of big predictions about what 2014 will bring. Following the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend of the past few years and the fact that tablets and PCs have now come under the BYOD umbrella, it seems that BYOD is [...]

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Jan , 14

Cloud Computing: Exploring the Surge of Technology-Driven Revolution

Cloud computing is seen by many as the next surge in the IT industry for companies. It is considered to be the way of the future, both for domestic and international emerging markets. Based on a recent study, it has been predicted by industry experts that more than 50 percent of all information technology will [...]

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Dec , 13

The secrets of designing and building big data apps

    Software applications have traditionally been perceived as a unit of computation designed and used to solve a problem. Whether an application is a CRM tool that helps manage customer information or a complex supply-chain management system, the problem it solves is often rather specific. Applications are also frequently designed with a relatively static [...]