Everyone’s been raving about the Cloud, especially in the software development industry. From facilitating quick initializations to the alleviation of bulky hardware, Cloud-based technologies have slowly been gaining momentum, and for good reason. On a global scale, almost 50% of expenditure made by IT departments has been done to acquire or upgrade state-of-the-art Cloud services.… Continue reading THE BIGGEST CLOUD COMPUTING TRENDS FOR 2019
Cloud computing is one of the most powerful trends nowadays. It offers vast opportunities as for the business profitability so can provide improvements in green initiatives which make enterprises more attractive and eco-friendly. Nevertheless, for every goal of this argument exists opposite opinion. So, let’s verify, concerning major factors of green computing and benefits of… Continue reading What are the “Green” Benefits using Cloud Computing?
There was a question that I came across several times on the Internet. “What is Salesforce CRM? How will I benefit using it? What’s so amazing is that not so many people have heard of Salesforce or do not know exactly what they do. However this multibillion dollar company “gave birth to” Salesforce CRM which… Continue reading What is Salesforce CRM?
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
Fewer than 30 percent of IT expenditures go toward developing new functionality; most of the expense is for managing legacy systems. Isn’t that a problem? It definitely is and Cloud Computing may provide a solution to it. "This is the fundamental reason that cloud computing is important. Unlike SOA, cloud computing is not a buzzword… Continue reading “IT weather” forecast: it’s gonna be “cloudy” everywhere, in Java area as well 🙂