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Posted on Aug 7 2014 - 4:41am by Newsfeed
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(Source: Enterprise Tech) An example of the shift to “fast data” is the growing volumes of sensor information generated by the emerging Internet of Things. Depending on the application, … ...

Posted on Aug 7 2014 - 4:39am by Newsfeed
Comments Off on MuleSoft Recognised Again by Gartner, Named a Leader in Both On-Premises Application Integration Suites and Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) Magic Quadrants

(Source: CMO) SAN FRANCISCO – August 6, 2014 – MuleSoft, the company that makes it easy to connect applications, data and devices, today announced it has been … ...

Posted on Aug 7 2014 - 4:38am by Newsfeed
Comments Off on CacheBox Dramatically Increases Application Performance with Next-Generation SSD Caching Software

(Source: SYS-Con Media) Applications ideally suited for optimized performance acceleration include object-based storage, big data, cloud infrastructures, transactional and analytic … ...

Posted on Aug 5 2014 - 11:31am by Newsfeed
Comments Off on iDrive Launches OOLOO, A Voice Search App Powered By People, Not Algorithms

(Source: TechCrunch) iDrive, a company better known for its data backup and syncing services, is now branching out in a new direction with the launch of a mobile application called … ...

Posted on Jul 25 2014 - 4:41pm by admin
Comments Off on Four Non-Obvious Writing Mistakes Every IT Professional Should Avoid
Techprohub is committed to helping IT decision makers and professionals get the latest research. But while you are learning and writing about advanced tech such as cloud computing, virtualization, mobility, and other emerging trends, did you know you could be doing it incorrectly? Just as a stray character can mess up an entire string of code, so too can a mistake in your writing. Below, we have gathered the top four mistakes IT professionals...
Comments Off on Using Experience-Driven Analytics to Win the User
In a world of apps, the user is king. Users have higher expectations when it comes to applications – they want a more personal, targeted, relevant experience. But ratings and reviews aren’t enough. Discover how you can pinpoint the exact problems in your mobile app and how to resolve them before they affect user experience with experience-driven analytics. Learn what metrics your company needs to measure to drive remediation and enhan...
Comments Off on APIs & MBaaS: How to Extend Your Enterprise Architecture for a Mobile World
“Mobile,” as Forrester Research observes, “is pushing aging web architectures to the brink.” A good mobile architectural tier requires: • Elastic scalability • Prebuilt, mobile-optimized APIs • A robust capability for building custom APIs • Seamless synchronization • Security & governance Download this whitepaper and learn how each of these requirements can help you seamlessly mobilize ...
Comments Off on Three Principles of the Mobile Era or Mastering the Mobile Shift: Three Keys to the New Enterprise
Companies positioned to win the Age of Mobile have grasped the following principles: • Apps are different from applications • APIs are the lifeblood of mobility • Analytics eliminate the guesswork in mobile success In this whitepaper, you will learn the tools, technologies and strategies that are necessary for a mobile-ready IT to master the three keys to the new enterprise. Read on to see why 70% of Fortune 100 companies use A...
Posted on Jan 31 2014 - 3:31am by admin
Comments Off on Apps On BlackBerry 10: What Every Developer Should Know
This document is designed to help app developers understand what’s involved in both migrating and creating apps for BlackBerry® 10. You’ll also find out about features that make the BlackBerry 10 experience unique when it comes to developing, deploying, and managing the apps that enterprises rely on today, and will tomorrow. ...
Comments Off on History of Cryptograpy – An Easy to Understand History of Cryptography
The go-to method of securing sensitive information and ensuring privacy has always been encryption, and to best utilize it, you need to understand it backwards and forwards, because hackers sure do. This informative paper takes a detailed look at the history of cryptography, going as far back as Ancient Babylon, to give you a thorough understanding of the evolution and application of encrypting important information. Read on to learn about the past...