As a rule, the process of transferring any business to the Internet happens according to the following scenario: first, the company launches a website, then it is adapted for mobile devices, and if traffic increase is observed it makes sense to gain a foothold among the owners of mobile gadgets, and the company releases an… Continue reading Native or cross-platform application development – What to Choose?
The practice of renting virtualised pools of servers and storage over the net is known as infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and is the most popular class of cloud service available today. But most businesses are only making limited use of IaaS, with the majority restricting their use to spinning up application development and test environments… Continue reading Five ways to use the cloud and stumbling blocks along the way
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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?