The Java programming language is very popular and, truth be told, if it disappeared tomorrow, there would be millions of websites and apps that would no longer function. Java is recognized for its performance, security and dependability and those are just a few of the things that make Java a frequent developer choice.
Don’t Be Intimidated by Big Data and the Cloud! You CAN Do It with Expert Help!
Technology moves quickly and change can leave your business behind if you are not ready to embrace the brave new world of opportunity. Concepts like Big Data and the Cloud are widely discussed in business periodicals and at conferences and, while your company may be willing to jump in with both feet, your team may not have a clue how to start. That’s where the experts come in.
IT Consulting and Software Technology Experts Can Help You Achieve Your Goals!
When a business contemplates a new software product, software re-engineering or any type of large infrastructure and technology upgrade or migration, it is hard to know where to begin. There are so many factors and types of technology involved in the business landscape and your internal IT team may not feel prepared to take on a large scale review or upgrade or a totally new type of project that requires cutting-edge skills. Perhaps your team feels capable of taking on the challenge but lacks the resources and the time to get the job done. What happens then? Typically, the business puts off the project and suffers the consequences with increased downtime, costly patches, missed opportunities for increased revenue and other negative impacts.
The Java programming language has become so popular that, when people say the word ‘java’, most people no longer think of coffee! The Java language is object-oriented and it supports developers with a library of classes called Java API. It has a long and rich history, and is widely recognized for its performance, security and dependability. In this article, we review four important reasons for Java popularity among developers.
When considered within the brief but dynamic history of technology, Java is old-school. It has been around a long time and has worked to keep pace with the market and the needs of the users, as well as the evolving landscape of technology. Here we discuss four highlights of the Java universe and the benefits and uses of these tools.
Value-Added Partnerships for Software Companies and Web Agencies!
When a business undertakes a Software Product Development project, software re-engineering, Mobile Application Development or any other software project, they often look to experts to provide consulting services, either because their IT team does not have the time or the knowledge to complete the project.
Cross-Platform, Multi-Discipline Software Expertise Ensures Project Success!
You know that feeling when you find a really good deal and you just can’t believe your luck? Whether it is car with all the options at a really great price, or a set of living room furniture with all the bells and whistles and a price tag to fit your budget, that feeling is one we all know. When we look for software development, Mobile App Development or software product development partners, we sometimes find that our choices are limited. We might get a partner with really great experience but that experience is limited to one framework, language or platform. Or, we find a partner that has breadth of experience but no truly deep skills. Or, the partner has breadth and depth of skills but those skills are not up-to-date.
Whether a business addresses or ignores the Digital Transformation movement, it is here to stay and Dx will change markets and competition. If a business truly wants to embrace Dx, it must be willing to take the necessary steps and engage in a review that touches all corners of the organization. To plan and execute a comprehensive, effective Digital Transformation (Dx) project, the business must consider five points of integration including Technology including Infrastructure, Software, Hardware, Network, Mobility, Enterprise Culture including Process and Analytics, Team Members, Suppliers, Partners, Vendors and Stakeholders, Customers
Integrate SAP and BI Tools: Low Cost, Minimal Training, Fast and Easy!
If you are using SAP® in your business, you know that it takes time to plan, implement and train for this enterprise application. If your team wants to undertake a data democratization initiative and use data in various systems and data repositories to analyze and gain insight for business intelligence, you would be wise to select a business intelligence solution that can be easily integrated with SAP and allow your users to leverage familiar tools to perform analytics.