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Posted by:Monica Samuel March 29th, 2012
It is impossible for enterprises to ignore strides in technology and the impact of new trends on corporate culture, IT infrastructure, and market demands. At the same time, see-sawing business markets are compelling companies to rework their business models for greater agility. C-level heads have their work cut out, trying to build robust and cost-effective businesses while keeping the growth … Continue reading “Big Changes in Enterprise Computing (Snippets from CEO Interviews)”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal March 27th, 2012
Cloud computing and mobile computing are parallel drivers that have contributed to the emergence of mobile cloud computing solutions for enterprise and home users. While mobile computing is about native apps where data and app reside on the device, mobile cloud computing involves data and app residing on the cloud. Obviously, cloud-based apps are far more capable, scalable and robust … Continue reading “Power your Mobile Strategy with Mobile Cloud Computing”
Posted by:Monica Samuel March 22nd, 2012
The latest Apple tablet is simply called iPad. No 1 or 2 or 3 to it anymore just like the iPod. There’s no doubt that the third gen iPad is THE ONE. And as with all Apple products, it will be the new benchmark for all other tablet manufacturers. Steve Jobs’ company introduced some cool changes in the iPad 2 … Continue reading “It’s all about the Cloud. But can Enterprises Take It?”
Posted by:Monica Samuel March 20th, 2012
The latest Apple tablet is simply called iPad. No 1 or 2 or 3 to it anymore just like the iPod. There’s no doubt that the third gen iPad is THE ONE. And as with all Apple products, it will be the new benchmark for all other tablet manufacturers. Steve Jobs’ company introduced some cool changes in the iPad 2 … Continue reading “Apple Strikes Gold with iPad 3, Yet Again”
Posted by:Monica Samuel March 16th, 2012
Industry research firm Gartner has proclaimed 2011 to be ‘the year of Platform as a Service.’ PaaS or platform-as-a-service providers offer a cloud environment for clients to use as an application platform, along with on-demand hardware and pay-as-you-need infrastructure. According to Yefim Natis, analyst at Gartner, ‘By 2015, cloud platform experience will be a listed or demanded skill in most … Continue reading “Java PaaS – What to Expect in 2012?”
Posted by:Monica Samuel March 15th, 2012
By Wikipedia definition, crowdsourcing is a ‘distributed problem-solving and production model wherein problems are broadcast to an unknown group of solvers (the ‘crowd’) in the form of an open call for solutions. Submitted solutions are owned by the ‘crowdsourcer,’ the entity that broadcasts the problem in the first place.’ The contributor of the solution could receive financial compensation, recognition or … Continue reading “Crowdsourcing Makes People Rich and Chrome Bug-free”
Posted by:admin March 8th, 2012
Every project is associated with some risks. To presume that a project is invulnerable to risks or that and you have it all covered is unrealistic and potentially expensive. With project risk management brought into every phase of software development, you can assess risks, analyze impact, and finally eliminate or minimize their effect on the whole project. What exactly is … Continue reading “No Project Risk Management is a Recipe for Disaster”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao March 6th, 2012
VMware’s latest Spring project – Spring Hadoop – is an exciting development for Javadevelopers using the Spring framework as it aims to streamline the Java development of end-to-end solutions that work with Big Data, leveraging on Apache Hadoop’s data processing capabilities. It combines the UVP of Spring – ease-of-use and simplicity – with the Apache Hadoop … Continue reading “Spring Hadoop for Efficient Enterprise Java Application Development”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao March 1st, 2012
Amazon’s NoSQL DynamoDB database aims to reduce operational, maintenance, performance and scalability overheads associated with large scale internet enterprises that churn out Big Data every day. Amazon describes DynamoDB as a ‘fully managed NoSQL database service that provides fast and predictable performance with seamless scalability.’ DynamoDB combines the goodness of Amazon’s SimpleDB and Dynamo database services – it’s simple to … Continue reading “Managing Big Data with Amazon DynamoDB – Are Internet Businesses Game?”

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