According to Gartner’s predictions, by 2012, 50% of traveling workers will leave their notebooks at home in favor of other devices such as iPad, Tablets, and Smartphones. By 2012, 80% of all commercial software will include elements of open-source technology. Many open-source technologies are mature, stable and well supported. Open Source is here to stay.… Continue reading Top 3 Software Market Trends in IT industry
Answers to this question will depend on the organization type. If you are into purely IT organization (i.e. Software development) then the prioritization in technology is absolutely correct. But if we're talking about IT divisions in other organizations (i.e. large manufacturing firms, FMCG, etc) then the priority will be changed. Since entire technology now in… Continue reading What will be top IT skills wanted for 2012?
The German IT market is the largest in Europe and number 4 in the world (behind US, China and Japan). According to market research it is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 4% over 2011-2015. The addressable domestic market for IT products and services is projected by BMI to reach US$60.8bn in 2011 and… Continue reading German IT landscape: even more opportunities than expected?
It’s so sad to hear that Steve Jobs has passed away, everyone has been sending out links and status about him. It is such a pity that we have to use the past tense when we are going to talk again about this brilliant mind. And no matter whether we are his fans or not,… Continue reading Steve Jobs Will Always Be Remembered For…? For what for you?
There are numerous, comprehensive project management models in use. To deliver a quality system, it's critical to know the risks facing your project and to use a model that reduces those risks. Nowadays scrum is the most popular methodology used. Scrum is an agile software development model based on multiple small teams working in an… Continue reading What should we know about Scrum