So what does fabrication mean for IT industry? It means you take a lesser known technology or application which is still rough around the edges. You then polish it, add some IP to it, and present it as a fairly new product. It’s something like taking a song from the yesteryears, adding synthesizer beats to it, and marketing it as a new piece.
What is interesting about RoR is its technical grouping. Like the name suggests, RoR is a combination of Ruby – an object oriented scripting language and Rails – a web application development framework. This technical combination has spawned a number of web applications that deliver at an enterprise level.
To take advantage of the growing e-commerce trend you need to jump in and seize the opportunity. But jumping in does not mean you take a blind leap of faith. You need a finished website on hand to do it. MS Commerce Server can give you an up and running e-commerce website within no time.
In March 2011, RSA – EMC’s security division – sent shockwaves through the industry as it announced a sophisticated cyber-attack on its SecureID system. Theft of unspecified information from SecureID has left marring scars and lot of red faces. But at the same time it has raised a lot of questions for IT industry as a whole.
Social CRM has removed the barriers of cost and accessibility for enterprises. So now it all boils down to how enterprises marry the new social element with the traditional enterprise level CRM functions.
OnPrintShop notches up a successful stint at recently concluded high vantage event, Graph Expo 2011, held at Chicago, USA. From the first day itself of the event, OnPrintShop team met up with printers who were upbeat about web to print. We had a steady flow of visitors inquiring about customization possibilities with our web to … Continue reading OnPrintShop Dazzles on Debut at Graph Expo 2011
Ever heard of the term ‘IT Debt’? All those who have been following Gartner, would have an idea what it means. For all those who are not Gartner fans here is what it means. IT Debt is the cost of maintenance backlog of an enterprise. It’s the cost of upgrading enterprise applications to their latest releases and operating versions.
PHP seems to have won the hearts of IT professionals and market alike with its robust development potential. An increasing number of customers are looking to hire PHP developers for their web application development projects.