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APPLICATION INTEGRATION

Why Your Business Needs an Interactive Application

January 25, 2021 No Comments

Interactivity is the principle by which information exchange takes place between all elements of the system. Simply put, it is similar to simple communication when the further remark of the interlocutor depends on your answer and vice versa. This can be contrasted with classical lectures, where those present can only listen and are not given the right to ask questions. It’s not interactivity.

Do Not Compromise Your Security over Public Networks

January 21, 2021 No Comments

Free Wi-Fi for travelers or mobile workers may be considered a wonderful resource. Or, for those who do have a low Internet quota, that is appealing. For varied reasons, they may use the internet connection, which supports their trip. In common public areas, such as airports, libraries, shops, restaurants, and hotels, free Wi-Fi can be found.

What’s Next For API Integration: Survey

January 14, 2021 No Comments

Is GraphQL the path forward? How are “tried and true” enterprises pivoting to meet the connectivity demands of corporate customers? And how is anyone supposed to build repeatable integrations that won’t leave you stuck in a constant rut of endpoint maintenance?

5 Benefits of Enterprise Application Integration for Business Owners

December 10, 2020 No Comments

Businesses incorporate several enterprise applications ranging from accounting software, customer relationship management tools, supply chain management applications, marketing information system, and other business applications that automate and simplify business functions. However, as business operations grow in size and complexity, communication among different business apps deteriorates, creating inefficiencies.

Developing IT Trends To Be Aware Of

December 9, 2020 No Comments

Times of great crisis tend to be accompanied by times of great innovation – and 2020 has been quite a crisis. We’ve all found out new things about ourselves and the world around us during the past year. Many of us now know that we don’t need to go into the office to get our jobs done. Some of us might never go back into the office again because of that revelation. We’ve also found out that we don’t need some of the things that we used to rely on, many meetings really could just be emails, and technology is even more essential than we already thought it was. In short, it’s been a good year for the world of information technology.

How to Easily Solve all Your Technical iPhone Problems

December 8, 2020 No Comments

It’s no secret that people love their phones. We get attached to these pocket-sized devices that hold onto the contact information for every person we’ve ever met, store all our photos and videos, and connect us to others. Our phones even give us directions when we’re lost. We’re not exaggerating when we say it would be hard to go back to living without them.

Why You Should Have Integrated Manufacturing Software

December 8, 2020 No Comments

Today’s world of business is quite competitive, and the manufacturing industry is no exception. For your business to remain relevant and maintain financial sanity, you have to be up-to-date with digital innovations that help streamline your operations. On this note, let’s look at how integrated manufacturing software can benefit your business.

TCP/IP vs OSI: Which Is the Better Network Communication Model?

November 18, 2020 No Comments

Also known as the internet protocol suite, the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) model is one of the primary sets of rules for communication and the interconnection of devices on the internet. Around a decade later, the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model was introduced. It was created with the goal of enabling interoperability among a wide range of communication systems that employ standard communication protocols.

What is the Difference Between Residential vs Business Internet?

November 16, 2020 No Comments

Internet access has never been more critical than the recent months. From day to day business operations, communicating with colleagues, dealing with clients, and even processing transactions — work and business have been operating from home. With this much internet use, it might leave you wondering: should I upgrade to business internet, or residential internet is ok?

How to Modernize Your Business in 2021 with Digital Transformation Using Microsoft Technologies

October 21, 2020 No Comments

As we look ahead to 2021, companies are considering ways to improve and grow their business. One strategy that has a proven track record is digital transformation. Dharmesh Godha, president and CTO of the technology consulting and implementation services company Advaiya, discussed his thoughts about how organizations should consider Microsoft technologies to achieve digital transformation and modernization.

Understanding Database Performance Monitoring: The Basics

September 28, 2020 No Comments

In the world of IT, database performance monitoring is a term you’ll hear bandied around a lot. While you’ll likely know that it can have a notably positive impact on your business, the average person is unlikely to fully comprehend what it is or how it works. If this statement rings true for you, you’ll benefit from reading this article. Designed to give you a basic understanding of what database performance monitoring is and how it could be useful, it should provide a handy springboard for performing some further research of your own.

Hybridization & Innovation: Building Resilience for Software Suppliers

September 25, 2020 No Comments

Software licensing trends are always top of mind for Nicole Segerer, vice president of product management and marketing at Revenera. Reflecting on findings from newly-released annual research, she sheds light on how software suppliers use monetization and deployment models, how to support customers’ needs, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Why You Should Use A CXP2 Cable For Your High-Performance Computing

August 28, 2020 No Comments

Do you own a company or business that relies on high-performance computing? If you do and you are not using cxp2 cable yet, now might be the right time to reconsider. In order for computers to provide the highest performance, you need to have the right hardware. This includes the cables used. With the use of a high-quality cxp2 cable, you could be sure to enjoy high-performance computing at all times.

What to Know About the Role of Visibility in Business Finances

August 26, 2020 No Comments

Increasingly business leaders see the importance of complete visibility in finance, and COVID-19 has likely reinforced that even more. For example, so many of us are working from home, attending virtual meetings, and trying to increase revenue during challenging times. It’s essential to have access to accurate, timely, and quick data for decision-making.

500 Million Users of Android VPN Apps Risk Being Affected By Hidden Adwares

August 18, 2020 No Comments

There is no doubt that the Android operating system is more popular compared to its counterparts (iOS, Windows, etc). According to Statista, as of 2019, the Android global market share was at 87%. From the stats, it is evident that some developers choose to gain revenue fraudulently from the widely used operating system.

Performing SEO: Should I Hire an Agency or Do It Myself?

July 30, 2020 No Comments

It’s hard to overemphasize the importance of search engine optimization. SEO gets you near the top of search engine results pages and discovered by eager customers. While the fact of customers conducting online searches is hardly recent news, this kind of interaction is not going anywhere any time soon. Internet Live Stats reports that the volume of Google searches is growing by nearly 10% every year.

What are the different Procurement Bidding Methods utilized by ERP Systems?

July 11, 2020 No Comments

Annually there are thousands of procurements awarded that are worth billions of dollars. Procurement Contracts run the gamut from computer support to janitorial services to major construction projects that include building, infrastructure and roadways development. It is very important to choose right procurement method to gain efficiency. But are these methods included in today’s ERP and cloud-based systems? What changes can be made to use these systems more efficiently?

Going Through Official Training Course for Microsoft 70-461 May Not Be Enough – Use Exam Dumps!

July 7, 2020 No Comments

There is no better way to demonstrate your competence in a specific IT role than to pass the relevant exams and obtain the associated certificate. Luckily, Microsoft is dedicated to ensuring that you achieve all your certification goals without a hassle and drive your career or profession to the next level within the shortest time.

Want a Fast and Reliable Internet Connection? Here’s What to Look For

July 3, 2020 No Comments

Technological innovations paved the way for various information, products, and services to be available online. However, the key to accessing all these is having a fast and reliable internet connection. If you are in the hunt for the best deal that internet service providers (ISPs) can give you, below are some of the things that you need to look for.

TOP opensource JavaScript UI libraries in 2020-2021

July 3, 2020 No Comments

Technological progress has made it possible to perform teraflops of calculations both on personal computers and on most modern mobile devices. Productivity increases simultaneously with energy efficiency, which leads to the miniaturization of computing devices and as a result, their wider distribution.

How To Build an App Development Team

July 3, 2020 No Comments

If you’re looking to start a business of creating and selling apps, or you’ve produced an app for your business and you’re ready to push it out to the public, you need to find yourself an exceptional app development team. There’s much more to app testing and development than meets the eye. Having your own in-house app development team will ensure that all of your app testing needs are thoroughly catered too, and it gives you a lot more control than you would have if you were to outsource the job to another company.

7 Best Mobile Phones in 2020

July 3, 2020 No Comments

In our modern, tech-driven age, who can survive without their beloved mobile phone? Our phones are now intrinsic part of our daily lives, going far beyond simply being a device to make calls. Not only do we use our phones to communicate in a wide range of ways from emails to instant messages, but they also let us watch videos, look up important information, keep track of appointments and even support our lifestyles and wellbeing by helping us meditate or reminding us to drink more water. In 2020, there are a large range of amazing smart phones available. So how do you know which is right for you? Let’s dive in.

Online SMS Platforms And The Benefits It Can Give To Your Business

June 23, 2020 No Comments

The very first SMS message was sent way back in 1992 and throughout the 90s and the early 00s we heavily used this messaging system to stay in touch. Once the smartphone emerged however and we began to see web based instant messaging services such as WhatsApp, iMessage and Viber, the SMS almost became obsolete. Despite the fact that people no longer use SMS to keep in touch with friends and family, the messaging system presents a wealth of opportunities to businesses and email SMS is one of the most frequently used methods, which has become vital to many companies. Let’s take a look at how these tool can help businesses.

Opening the Window on AI Transparency

June 18, 2020 No Comments

AI transparency is one of today’s catch phrases, but what does it really mean? What problem does it address? Will it really make a difference? With the explosion of AI, we’ve seen a corresponding explosion of AI applications, many of which don’t work all that well. The problem is that while AI represents a powerful, useful technology, it is a tool not magic. In the hands of careful professionals, it is extremely useful. But even then, the results are subject to misinterpretation.

IT Modernization Yields Business Benefits Even in Early Stages: Survey

June 16, 2020 No Comments

In recent years, with the emergence of newer technologies ranging from the cloud to machine learning, IT modernization has evolved from a replacement of end-of-life infrastructure to an enabler of innovation and business value. It is a complex process that can take months or even years, but a recent survey shows that the effort begins to deliver measurable results almost as soon as an organization executes the first steps on its roadmap.

IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: Cloud Migrations, Security, and AWS – Analyzing the Landscape Right Now

June 14, 2020 No Comments

with Jonathan LaCour, ReliamIn this informative interview, LaCour discusses cloud strategy from a few angles, including how AWS continues to grow support for its partners and why that matters for enterprises. Read More >>>

Things to Consider When Choosing an SQL Server

May 19, 2020 No Comments

Most enterprises that do business online use databases to store information. In turn, these databases require servers, such as SQL servers. When so many resources and records depend on a single piece of hardware, choosing an SQL server is no small feat. The wrong SQL server can result in countless hours wasted, waiting for database requests to go through.

Why Data Loggers Are Important In The Food Industry

April 21, 2020 No Comments

Data loggers are electronic devices used to track and record specific environmental conditions. The average data logger has a microprocessor where the collected digital data is stored. Later the data is downloaded from that device and subsequently downloaded to either a computer or a handheld device. The data logger also has a power source, normally a rechargeable battery pack. The last main component of a data logger is the sensor. This is what is used to measure such environmental conditions as temperature and humidity.

Spike In Mobile Learning Due To COVID-19 Crisis

April 8, 2020 No Comments

The current COVID-19 is presenting many challenges to us all and one of that is lack of mobility! It’s ironic then that we’re experiencing a spike that our online training content is being consumed on a mobile device more often than desktops during this current crisis. That’s most likely down to the fact that the majority of us are homeworking and are mobile around the house if nothing else.

Everything you need to know about University Applications

April 7, 2020 No Comments

Tweet Featured article by Peter McAllister, Marketing Enthusiast and Independent Technology Author Applying for a university can be a stressful and exhausting process. Not only do you have to choose the perfect course, but you have the entire application process to worry about. In this article, we are going to help you with that, by […]

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