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‘Outsourcing Software Development’ Category

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Nov , 16

Does Donald Trump mean disruption for the IT Industry or will he get the IT Industry growing?

  During his campaign, President-elect Donald Trump, gave mixed signals that he intends to create more jobs in US (which means lesser work will be outsourced) and, on other hand, stressed that it’s important to retain foreign talent. Given such mixed opinions, what should the IT world and offshore companies speculate and prepare for? Image- http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/uploads/2015/9/3/trump_finger.jpg.CROP.promo-xlarge2.jpg [...]

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Oct , 15

Do you need custom software? Here’s how you can quickly check

  Off-the-shelf software works great for tons of businesses, especially for those that are just starting up. Problem is, once a business grows, fundamental changes inevitably take place in the way the business does work. Not to mention, during this growth anything could happen from an irreplaceable employee walking out the door all the way [...]

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Oct , 13

What is the difference between Windows 8, WinRT, and Windows RT?

WinRT / Windows Runtime is a software layer that sits on top of the OS, for devices using processors based on the ARM architecture and instruction set and that is at the base of the new Metro design language approach. It’s primarily a set of APIs to build Metro apps for all Metro-supported platforms (including for Windows 8 for ARM). [...]

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Oct , 13

10 PHP basic mistakes that any programmer can make

Take the time and make sure that your PHP is secure, clean and running smoothly by checking your site for these common PHP blunders. Below are 10 PHP basic mistakes that any programmer, regardless of skill level, power make at any given time. Most of the mistakes are very basic, but trip up even the [...]

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Mar , 13

Outsource Vs. Insource: An Evaluation

Marketing leaders and Technology executives are often faced with difficulties regarding the decision of outsourcing their significant business projects and operations. However, as new technologies and skills are required, it has become a usual business practice to outsource important aspects of strategy and implementation.   Outsourcing certain non-core activities allows businesses to stay focused on [...]