We live in the digital era, so having an online presence – that is, a website – is critical for your company’s success. Even if you opt for a low-end hosted solution like WordPress.com, you’ll have to customize you website (and pay for extra storage!) once your business grows. How much does it cost to make a fully functional website early on?
There are multiple reasons to outsource software development like cost reduction and the access to new talent pools. Once you’ve found a vendor, however, the obvious step would be to hire developers/QA only. But you see extra $ – including those of a PM – on your estimate. What’s the role of a project manager in custom software development & do you need one?
The Proof of Concept term has been all over the Web recently. It is often mentioned in connection with the Internet of Things – the global connected environment where gadgets collect data and exchange it over a network. What is PoC and does it exist outside the IoT realm? Read on to find out!
Java was created with the “build once, run anywhere” principle in mind. It powers Android, dominates the enterprise app market and rules the Tiobe chart. Want to streamline business processes with a Web-based app? Here are four reasons to address a vendor that majors in Java enterprise application development.
Back in November we’ve published a detailed (we thought so!) article on the Internet of Things current and future trends. Two months on, we feel we should elaborate on it. With blockchains, open source APIs and IoT talent pools running dry, our connected future looks quite challenging – and still bright!
Traditionally, US and Western European companies partnered with nearshore/offshore vendors to reduce soft dev costs; Skype, Opera and Basecamp were built that way. This year, however, the paradigm has shifted to experience- and skill-based outsourcing. Discover the top 5 software development outsourcing trends that will be shaping the market in 2017.
In 2017 the global wearable device market will reach $ 4.12 billion. From smartwatches to Google Glass, wearables are changing the way we interact with technology and open up new opportunities for enterprises. Check out our top 4 applications of wearable technology in the workplace.
Although the concept of Artificial Intelligence and machine learning was formed 60 years ago, it's back in the spotlight once again. By 2018, IoT devices will generate 400 zettabytes of data per year. Once there’s more data than ever, we need a tool to boil it down to something meaningful – and here’s where machine learning comes in handy.