The current IT landscape of most companies can be described by the word “hybrid,” meaning that business processes are managed by the aggregation of local, mobile and cloud applications. Diverse integration tools should make all of them work as a coherent system, providing interoperability, flexibility and seamless data sharing between numerous components. But using many tools is complicated. The most appropriate option now is a hybrid integration platform for enterprises. What is a hybrid integration platform? We will explain.
The insurance industry is associated with a fast work pace and a large number of daily applications. For insurance specialists, there is a limit on how much work they can handle quickly and effectively, so insurance companies risk losing clients. The best solution is to build an insurance agency software and automate most of the routine processes.
Read our article to learn why efficient management software for insurance agents is a must for the modern insurance business and how to create a solution.
Reliable connections between customers and businesses, seamless customer experience and smooth commercial transactions enable conversions and high client loyalty. A well-thought-out CRM (customer relationship management) system is a key to success as it allows salespeople to approach customers in the most efficient way. For the 12th consecutive year, Gartner names Salesforce a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Sales Force Automation. What makes Salesforce so great? Let’s talk about it in more detail.
It hasn’t been long since AI’s offsprings — virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) — fired up our imagination, but a new family member — extended reality (XR) — has already come into general use. This notion combines the three phenomena, and their proliferation and convergence are the reason why XR has emerged. At the same time, XR is also gaining steam and affecting numerous processes and events. Let’s figure out what this phenomenon means, what its core capabilities are, and what business value it has.
A huge ecosystem of connected devices, named the Internet of Things, has been expanding over the globe for the last two decades. The IoT system can function and transfer information in the online mode only when devices are safely connected to a communication network. What makes such a connection possible? The invisible language allowing physical objects to “talk” to each other — IoT standards and protocols. This article explains complicated abbreviations and helps you make sense of the Internet of Things standards and protocols.
Way back in 1959, when computing era has just begun, Arthur Samuel coined the term “machine learning.” As Gartner’s expert put it: “Ten years ago, we struggled to find ten machine learning-based business applications. Now we struggle to find 10 that don’t use it.” A great deal has changed since then, but this technique is now fully involved in household and business operations, and a growing number of companies come to realize the importance of machine learning in business. Let’s explore the business benefits of machine learning for small businesses, large enterprises and startups.
In 2011, Amazon extended the functionality of its cloud with a new service — AWS Elastic Beanstalk, which simplifies the lives of companies that use Amazon Web Services (AWS). Since then, numerous companies deploy applications using Elastic Beanstalk to facilitate the deployment and scaling of their web workloads. In this article, we will explore the key features and benefits of the service, key deployment considerations and four steps it takes to deploy applications using Elastic Beanstalk.
CMS platforms provide a wide range of features that allow companies to develop high-performance websites with dynamic content and a user-friendly interface. That’s why it may be a real challenge to choose the best web content management system suitable for your marketing strategy. This article is a review of the popular CMS — SDL Web (formerly Tridion), as well as some other top web content management systems.
Over the last eight years, the cloud computing market has been growing at an exponential rate, and some cloud service providers have been gaining power or emerging under these conditions. For this article, we compared Amazon Web Services (AWS) vs. Oracle Cloud platform — the undisputed market leader according to Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service vs. a promising niche player.