We found that up to 50% of custom software development initiatives fail. For CTOs and tech managers, this age-old issue is a nightmare.
ROI is always a priority for managers and executives when researching and implementing workflow automation software. Whether the selected software is a pay-per-use or pay-per-seat structure, they want to be sure that investing time and money in these new practices will benefit the business and not a placebo.
In this article, we are going to explore the relationship between SRE and DevOps in great depth. We will elaborate on their differences while exploring how they should cooperate with each other within a smooth system, and what is the real question organizations need to ask themselves regarding these approaches.
Nearly 90% of the time spent on mobile devices today is spent on apps, mainly thanks to the pandemic and the significant time spent at home. However, technology evolves at a breakneck pace every year, resulting in new and more challenging mobile trends.
Mobile software development is an extremely fast-paced industry.
A great customer experience is no longer nice to have as customers today expect more than basic delivery of products and services. Many organizations are waking up to the reality of the power customers command in today's digitally empowered society and are investing in it. In this guide, we will discuss the true return on investment organizations stand to reap by ensuring a great customer experience.
Today, the work done by product owners (POs) in various IT development fields has become a completely common practice and even necessary.
Gone are the days when all customers wanted was competitive prices for the products or services they purchased.
Creating and operating IT infrastructure is problematic for any number of reasons. What can you do if you don’t want to entrust the stability and reproducible, reliable operation of your system to an 'irreplaceable' administrator?
This article is primarily meant to talk about B2B content development. E.g.: White paper, eBook, One pager, presentation…etc.
Digital transformation is one of the greatest business challenges of the 21st century, and a bridge that all company leaders have to cross.
My favorite Linux insider joke is that "The year of the Linux desktop is always next year"
"...90% of large organizations globally will have adopted RPA in some form by 2022...” – Gartner
Advanced experience portal solutions are gaining traction in a variety of industries, including finance, telecommunications, and healthcare.
The successful onboarding of new employees has always been a key to employee satisfaction, and company growth.
Functions such as self-healing, statelessness, process orchestration, automated rollouts, and rollbacks are all quintessential for building and running a high-scale containerized cloud-native environment.
How can the complete process of software development be simple and effective from planning through development, testing and deployment? How can we unify the elements of development processes running in different clouds and hybrid environments? It seems that for this the answer is held by a tin cat.
Let’s look at software development activities with an agile approach. This process is based on the regular repetition of subtasks, covering every element of software development lifecycles. Examples include design, analysis, programming, converting to executable format, unit testing, and failover testing.
We are currently seeing a true revolution in enterprise content management: Gone are the days of systems covering only one aspect of content management. Isolated systems serving a single business unite are replaced by turly enterprise-scale content management systems integrated with the complete infrastructure.
Camunda Platform is increasingly popular all over the world. It is being talked about not only because of its introduction of innovative workflow solutions, but also in relation to replacing major pre-existing systems – because Camunda is open source, it can solve virtually free of charge what the bigger companies will only do for a considerable fee.
Try to imagine an incredibly fortunate situation: instead of signing a contract for a project, the client requests the delivery of a product. The great thing about this is that it gives you the opportunity to be paid to avoid and correct – in a clear and transparent way – all the pitfalls involved in project-based work.