Cloud computing jargon decoded
Cloud computing jargon decoded
Corporate, on Aug 28, 2014 11:21:22 PM
2014 can be called the Year of the Enterprise. With the explosion of the mobility movement and a positive reception of BYOD, it can be safely said that Enterprise apps today are as much, if not more, in demand as consumer apps. However there is a huge disparity in the demand for enterprise mobile apps and the developers who make these apps. A recent survey by Vision Mobile saw that only 16% of developers globally are developing Enterprise Mobile Apps despite the Enterprise market being more lucrative. According to this study 2 out of 3 developers, i.e. almost 67%, are concentrated in building consumer apps despite the fact that enterprise apps developers are likely to earn almost 3 times more.
Corporate, on Aug 26, 2014 11:40:33 PM
For enterprises,mobile apps serve a variety of purposes –boosting enterprise productivity, improving operations, attracting new customers or improving customer experiences. When it comes to developing mobile apps, there are lot of theories, apprehensions, misconceptions and myths which sometimes make decision making more complex. There are many jargons like native apps, web apps, hybrid apps or choices like custom UI or template based UI – all such things can make things appear more complicated than reality.
There is a lot of misconception in the Healthcare Industry that if you are complying with the regulatory requirements you are automatically managing the risk. But the truth is exactly the opposite.
For organizations and educational institutes alike, there is no debate on whether mobiles have any real application to learning. Mobile learning, also known as mLearning, is very much a part of integrated learning and development ecosystem.
Swapna Patne, on Aug 25, 2014 8:10:45 PM
The recently concluded Enterprise Apps World saw most organizations keen on going mobile. Since the lines between personal life and work continue to blur owing to the rise of the mobile, enterprises today are seriously considering extending enterprise data and applications to their mobile workforce to reap greater business benefits. Enterprises today need apps that are built faster, respond to rapid change and are capable of catering to the multi-channel requirements of the enterprise keeping in mind dynamic timeframes.
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Corporate, on Aug 22, 2014 10:25:49 PM
Content marketing today does not need justification. It has become more or less a standard and accepted way of marketing. While more and more marketers have embraced content marketing, there still lies some confusion about type of content to create, how to make it engaging and how to derive true business value from it.
Which phone do you own? The answer to that would only be valid a few months from now. Mobile devices are the party wear of this generation: you buy one for as long as it is ‘trendy’ and dispense it off as fast as it came in after the next advertisement is out. Every manufacturer out there knows that the time elapsed between the device going off the shelf and into the trash-can is diminishing. This is one scenario that TABit seeks to leverage.
A good tester is not the one who finds more bugs in testing. There are a few aspects to be considered if you really want to become an efficient tester. And here are some of the aspects discussed, that may help you in some way or the other.
Sneha, on Aug 20, 2014 11:47:47 PM
‘Internet of Things’ seems like a simple term that sums up a very complex and increasingly interconnected world. The Internet of Things is a technological progression that will tell you how people use devices, much like how technology giants like Facebook and Google offer essential information on where people go to shop and play.
Corporate, on Aug 20, 2014 11:35:45 PM
Today, mobility has changed the way we do business. It is now more of a revolution than just a mere trend…There are roughly 120 million U.S. smartphone users and the global app economy which was worth $ 53Bn in 2012 is expected to rise to $ 143Bn in 2016. Today, people are using mobile devices to do their work, search information, make decisions, make purchases or even make donations. Recognizing this massively growing opportunity, it is not surprising that businesses are showing interest in mobile apps. Many organizations have also recognized the power and benefits of their employees using mobile apps and therefore have started investing in employee productivity apps.
Aparna Mohod, on Aug 19, 2014 10:21:55 PM
An organization spends enough money on testing to get good return on investment, customer satisfaction and ‘good will’. Hence the quality of testing directly impacts all these factors and here comes the pressure on the tester.
Abhishek Mishra, on Aug 19, 2014 4:41:30 PM
Supporting on-job performance with the help of electronic tools is a proven technique to boost productivity. Inclusion of dedicated Performance Support Systems tackle two vital problems, assuming the system in place is efficient and is upgradeable with new content easily available.
B2B SaaS products have been around for more than a decade now. Almost every day there is a new B2B SaaS product being launched in the market replacing all the competing products. Sky is the limit to grow SaaS products in the markets that they cater to. Fraction of the SaaS eco-system has been successful. Majority of mid-size and small SaaS products are eagerly waiting to cross the line of success. Now let us take a look at ‘what are the key aspects of SaaS businesses which need to be measured to arrive at success or failure?
Corporate, on Aug 15, 2014 8:55:14 PM
According to the updated Gartner report, 2015 will be the year of the tablet.
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Ketan Patil, on Aug 12, 2014 7:58:46 PM
Writing anything on the subject of mobile can be very tedious as mobile has almost become omnipresent in every aspect of our life. There are multitudes of applications of mobile technology in almost every sector of industry or even every aspect of personal life. There is no proper way to start or end the topic of mobile technology given its varied history and ever expanding future. Mobile technology has literally disrupted the human life and has radically changed the lifestyle of people across the globe.
The stories of ‘the father of automobiles’, where he has a more far-reaching vision than ‘faster horses’, has been some of our first anecdotal trysts with innovation. Thinking beyond just a bunch of ticked-off questions on a form, adding empathy to the mix and creating something disruptive are catching on as tenets of a well innovated project. From the mysticism that surrounded the world of innovation ( furthered to some extent by Steve Jobs ‘misfits, rebels’ speech ) we have come a long way in crafting out the tenets as outlined above with parameters that can guide people and projects.
Corporate, on Aug 9, 2014 1:34:46 AM
It was a day of joy for all e-Zest members as the company celebrated its fourteenth year of foundation on August 8, 2014. The number 14 holds special significance for e-Zest, as indeed it does for the entire IT sector. Being the atomic number of silicon, an element which drives our industry, we are optimistic that our 14th birthday is our sign of greater things to come.
True to the spirit of our value system better known as OLIVZ where Z indicates Zest for Life, e-Zestians left no stone unturned to make the day a memorable one. We believe in staying connected to our roots. So, all of us decided to celebrate the day by wearing traditional attire. The myriad colors and clothing gear displayed the diversity that e-Zest truly cherishes. There was also a workstation decoration contest which unleashed the creative side of e-Zestians. From rangolis to craftwork to music themed workstations, the Kothrud and SEZ offices of e-Zest underwent a stunning metamorphosis.
The icing on the cake was the evening event where the leadership team of e-Zest interacted with all the members. It was followed by the prize for the best dressed person and workstation prizes. The evening was concluded to some songs and cheer from the in-house band at e-Zest.
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Work today is moving far from the traditional concepts that defined it. With the rise of the mobile era, companies today are veering towards flexible working arrangements that enable employees to complete their tasks with any convenient device. This mobility however, gives rise to some challenges that IT departments are addressing constantly. Mobile Device Management, Mobile Application Management and Mobile Content Management and security are some key areas of focus. The IT departments also needs to figure out the type of applications they need to develop to cater to this mobile workforce. With an enormously varied enterprise software landscape, IT managers have to identify new ways of developing enterprise apps that can integrate with internal systems. Organizations also have to look beyond the traditional email and rewire their organizations to support enterprise mobility so that employees can stay connected and complete tasks irrespective of where they physically are. Adoption of enterprise mobility will also ensure higher employee productivity and lower overhead costs. Research firmly suggests that enterprise apps are here to stay. Companies just need to ensure that they strike the right balance while adopting an enterprise mobility strategy by evaluating and understanding how employees or customers want to use it and identify ways in which this can be introduced within the organization.
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The Healthcare industry is currently undergoing a tremendous overhaul in an effort to make healthcare more meaningful, affordable and accessible to patients. We are trying to make the utmost use of technology and have seen the introduction of many innovative concepts in the past decade to overcome this goal. We have digitized patient records and have developed channels for their communication with various medical devices to keep the records updated.
Corporate, on Aug 6, 2014 5:19:48 PM
e-Zest CEO and Founder Devendra Deshmukh shed light on his experiences while setting up operations in the US at the recently held Scaale - IACC event. Scaale is a venture resource group headquartered in San Francisco. The objective of the event was to help growth stage companies understand all the operational angles before starting out in the US. This was done through insights on Indo-US relations, real life experiences of senior entrepreneurs/ industry veterans and the support system available through Scaale Group.
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