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Driving to IT Success: Six Ways to Keep Your Project On the Road

2017-08-29T18:52:17+00:00 August 22nd, 2017|Strategy|

Ever since the days of the Model T, Americans have taken to the open road. For well over a century – and several generations – humans have made the automobile a ubiquitous fixture on the landscape. But, despite this ubiquity, and improvements to both cars and roads, 40,000 people still die in thousands of crashes

Benefits Of Adopting Devops In Your Business

2017-08-23T05:58:50+00:00 May 16th, 2017|Strategy, Technical|

In this rapidly changing world, where new technologies are being released every day, it is not uncommon to hear of companies working on software or projects for so long that they are outdated by the time they come out. In this fast-paced environment, agility and flexibility are now essential business attributes. This is where DevOps comes

Benefits of using Meteor for mobile apps development

2017-08-23T05:58:50+00:00 January 2nd, 2017|Technical|

The Benefits of Meteor for Mobile Apps development One of the most popular platforms for mobile, web and desktop app development is Meteor. If you need to write an app, all your friends and colleagues are going to tell you to use the open source platform, especially if you are building a JavaScript application. Every

Benefits of Amazon Web services (AWS) for Small Businesses and Startups

2017-08-23T05:58:50+00:00 October 17th, 2016|Business, Strategy|

Amazon Web Services (or AWS) has a lot to offer to small businesses and business startups. It is a great service for those high volume web based small businesses, SaaS (Software as a Service) and enterprise applications. This is especially true for businesses that want to stand out, attract and be able to handle potential

How to Predict Project Failure Within The First 10 Days

2017-08-23T05:58:51+00:00 September 19th, 2016|Business, Strategy|

Some software projects fail because of unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances. Perhaps funding is lost. Perhaps, despite thorough preliminary research and a well-developed map toward success the goals that a failed project was attempting to achieve were simply infeasible. Most of the time, however, this is not the case. Most software projects are doomed from the

The Most Commonly Overlooked Requirements In Software Projects

2017-08-23T05:58:54+00:00 August 30th, 2016|Business|

The need for a new software project has landed in your lap and it is up to you to work with your stakeholders to develop the requirements. When you have done this before the satisfaction of getting it right the first time has always eluded you. This has resulted in delays and reworks that cost

Best practices – SaaS product development

2017-08-31T01:44:39+00:00 August 10th, 2016|Strategy, Technical|

Building any software product is challenging as one has to consider everything from usability to feature enhancements and SLAs. The market for SaaS products is growing, which means competition is increasing (including that from traditional desktop or client-server products that continue to sell). Customers can switch from one SaaS product to another at any time,

Pokémon Go and the future it holds for AR in the race against VR

2017-09-01T17:59:55+00:00 July 22nd, 2016|Uncategorized|

Pokémon, first released in the mid-90s as a game for Nintendo’s Gameboy is suddenly at the center of the resurgence of a technology that has the potential to drastically change how people interact with many of their gadgets. Pokémon Go is an augmented reality monster success. User's chase characters that are hiding in the physical

The top tools for a small business which everyone should be using

2017-08-23T05:58:55+00:00 July 15th, 2016|Business|

Small businesses are the biggest employer which sustain the U.S. economy. Over 50% of the working population is associated with a small business in one way or the other. This number is roughly 120 Million, employed in 26 Million SMEs out of which 22 Million ventures are run by a single self-employed person. What interests