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Posted by:Ranjani Rao January 31st, 2013
Ever since the news of Windows Surface Pro featuring the proper Windows 8 OS has spread, Windows RT fans have dwindled. Microsoft released Windows RT as a tamped down tablet (vis-à-vis one sporting a fully qualified operating system) that had the advantages of a longer battery life owing to the underlying ARM processor and thinner form factor. However, these positives … Continue reading “The Good of Windows Surface Pro Will Beat Windows RT in Enterprise”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal January 23rd, 2013
Here’s another piece of news that may influence you to purchase an iPad or iPhone, if you haven’t got to it already. According to Ovum’s report, iPad and iPhone are the leading platforms targeted by Mobile BI vendors and used by enterprise customers, with iPad preferred among the two. Apple’s devices are closely followed by Android. Yesteryear enterprise … Continue reading “Mobile BI Could Disrupt Traditional BI Approaches in 2013”
Posted by:Nithin Rao January 23rd, 2013
You see mobile applications sprouting all over and every day on app stores. How many do you check out and how many of those you check out come close to your expectations? I’d say very few. In the corporate arena, where workers and customers are even more pressed for time and tech-savvy to boot, the usefulness and quality … Continue reading “A Sure-fire Approach to Successful Mobile Applications – User Focus”
Topics : UX
Posted by:Monica Samuel January 20th, 2013
Every year we see the rise and fall of technologies. Right now, the buzz is all about mobile, cloud, Big Data and SaaS offerings – none of which are a passing phase. Software as a Service (SaaS) has gained significant momentum lately with the rising popularity of cloud computing and demand for mobility. The advantages of cloud-based SaaS offerings are … Continue reading “Cloud Based SaaS Solutions Will Shine in 2013”
Posted by:Monica Samuel January 10th, 2013
The year 2012 was momentous in the mobile device and mobile technology arena. We saw some awe-inspiring devices appear on the market and some that shouldn’t have ever left the manufacturers’ shelves. Android came into its own with the release of Android 4.0 and Android 4.x along with some top notch devices from Samsung. Apple launched the lower-costing … Continue reading “Android Marches Alongside iOS With Some Help”
Posted by:Monica Samuel January 8th, 2013
he Security for Business Innovation Council, comprising of IT security professionals heralding from 19 stalwart companies worldwide predict that cloud computing and cloud security will be the most disruptive technologies this year. As the shift to cloud computing is becoming the inevitable way forward for companies despite security concerns, at least 45% of CIOs are approving cloud migrations without verifying … Continue reading “Cloud Security Most Disruptive in 2013: The Security for Business Innovation Council”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao January 3rd, 2013
Mobile application development is at its peak and the device that is winning hands down as a productivity tool is the iPad, especially iPad 2 and later as they come equipped with a camera. And we’re not just talking enterprise but society at large in areas ranging from archaeology to Hollywood shoots to police patrols. While Continue reading “iPad Boosts Development of Productivity Enhancing Mobile Apps”

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