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Tech Digest – Week 11, 2014

Corporate Mar 21, 2014

Digital Enterprise HTML5 Big data App development cloud computing enterprise mobile collaboration Technology

Wanting to become a Digital Enterprise? Then Cloud computing is sure the place to start with.

For anyone who has been attending the latest industry conferences, keeping a tab on analyst reports etc. may think that the whole world has all of a sudden become digitized, howsoever we are still far from the real picture. In simple term, we are still not there yet. There are several organizations that are still struggling through the painful change of shedding away manual processes only to bring themselves come closer to the digital realm. Also the benefits remain far from clear yet.

The changes that would be brought in to go digital are potentially far-reaching and becoming a digital business involves employing information technology that helps manage operations along with being efficient in developing and delivering new services and products too.

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The Big Data revolution is here, is your business prepared to embrace it?

From being the esoteric, most iterated and an elite techno term, Big Data has been in the limelight for all the right and wrong reasons. Also in addition, if any software product that gathers and analyzes data is now invariably being addressed as ‘the Big Data solution’.

After the term ‘The Cloud’, it is only Big Data that has managed to become suddenly famous with almost an outbreak of sorts. It is natural that there will be some ambiguous status attached with Big Data and also predictions of a hovering low of disillusionment. Also with such overhype, there’s bound to be disappointment when most of this empty Big Data hype fails to deliver the over committed promises.

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HTML5 is making waves in App development, here 5 reasons why?

HTML5 has been with us for a few years now and though its full potential is yet to be completely explored it is increasingly becoming the web technology of everyone’s choice. This trend is only going to continue in the future with more and more popularity. However HTML5 are most popular when it comes to mobile app development. A recent survey of over 5000 developers revealed that HTML was the most preferred technology as regards developing apps for multiple platforms was concerned.

Going by this trend of continuous adoption, acceptance and implementation of HTML5, Amazon recently announced that developers could now be allowed to charge for HTML5 apps in its Appstore. This announcement also came in after Amazon first started to accept HTML5 apps.

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Frosts prediction says Asia-Pacific enterprise mobile collaboration market to take off

Frost and Sullivan estimated the total number of mobile and remote workers in Asia Pacific enterprise mobile collaboration services market to be $1.12 million in 2013 and the figures to be increased through the year 2018 will be at a compound annual growth rate of roughly 21.4 percent.

Frost and Sullivan also explain that this growth is primarily being fuelled by the increase in the number of mobile and remote workers in the region. As a result to tap into this kind of workforce, cloud providers and vendors are increasingly offering subscription models from mobile collaboration packages with contact, calendar, instant messaging, email to several advanced cloud based mobile collaboration services also including video and voice conferencing.

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