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Microsoft – Ups and Downs

This is a guest post by Ranganath Cuddapah, Microsoft Architect. Just look around the Microsoft website, or any other website focused on Microsoft technologies, and we see tiles – beautiful ones. Microsoft has allegedly invested a whopping amount just to promote Windows 8 as a game changer – somewhere close to a billion and a half dollars of advertising money, and that is some serious money. Given the...

New to Mobile Development and iOS Technology ?…Read on

This is a guest post by Venugopal Kotha, Mobile Architect. Tizen and Ubuntu are going to make their entry as mobile operating systems soon – maybe as soon as the end of this year. Android already is the numero uno mobile OS in terms of adoption and Windows 8 mobile is hot on its heels. Apple’s iOS looks like it has plenty to worry about when it comes to handling competition. Known for its innovation until a...

Innovation in Financial Technology

Innovate or perish. That is the only way forward for enterprises. Innovation has become an essential ingredient for modern business and this is particularly true for the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) industry sectors. Banking has led the way in the past through online banking, ATMs, international money transfers and more recently mobile banking facilities. Some important questions faced by IT in...

Technology Trends 2013 – Cloud, Mobile & Big Data

This article is a contribution by our guest author,  Srinivas Konduru, Enterprise Architect These days where ever I go, whether it is attending an Architecture conference or reading an online article, the discussion is about trends in Technologies that are important to focus for next couple of years.  I have seen most people talking at conceptual level and very few talked about the actual technologies (or software...

Are you mobile yet?

This is a guest post by R. V. Vamsidhar, a Technology Solution Architect. Until the day comes when we have micro-chips embedded inside our brains which allows us to communicate with others just by thought, (which I think is a good 20 years from now), we are stuck with the inferior mode of communication called the ‘mobile device’. And there is no escaping it! Individuals, corporate houses, professionals,...

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