Change Management Genie– Assess, Integrate and Communicate

Change Management Genie – Assess, Integrate and Communicate

Friday, January 30th, 2015

A software product company typically evolves from a product to a product line (SPL) due to expansion of base product functionally and technologically. This necessitates the company to apply a unique scientific approach towards change management. In this approach, the focus is on the impact assessment of entire product line with due consideration of the […]

Mobile UX: Do it the right way

Mobile UX: Doing it the right way

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

Mobile exceeds desktop web usage! This was one landmark change which was documented in early 2014. Now, a year later, businesses are still trying to come to grips with this tectonic shift change. According to Goldman Sachs, mobile commerce sales would hit $626 billion by 2018, and according to Forrester Research, 54% of the total […]

Apple Watch

Watch out for the all new Apple Watch

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

Apple has opened up a new chapter in another frontier with the announcement of its wearable device – Apple Watch. The device is scheduled for release in spring 2015 and is compatible with iPhone 5 and later models running iOS 8.2 and above. Let us look at some of the ways through which an Apple […]

Change Management in Product Development LifeCycle– An unbottled Genie

Change Management in Product Development LifeCycle– An unbottled Genie?

Friday, January 16th, 2015

Just rewind to the 1990’s, when software development was done using waterfall model, the word ‘Change Management’ was playing a spoilsport for all the wishful thinking. The software engineering team used to blame it on the business interface team why the system release was getting impacted both in budget and quality. The business interface team, […]

A Quick Look at Windows 10

A Quick Look at Windows 10

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

When we talk about Windows, the first thing that comes to our mind is of an operating system installed in a gadget for our use. All Windows operating systems are considered to be stable in every field of computing. Well, I have started or rather had my first experience on a computer having Windows 98 […]

Role of Unity 3D in Free-to-Play (F2P) Gaming Arena

Role of Unity 3D in Free-to-Play (F2P) Gaming Arena

Monday, January 5th, 2015

Free to play (F2P) games model has transformed the gaming industry; it has opened up a whole new consumer segment for a game developer, where even a non-hardcore gamer can enjoy a game on the go. Now the F2P model, as the name suggests, is not just about giving free access to the content but […]

DevOps – Breaking a Berlin Wall

DevOps – Breaking a Berlin Wall

Friday, December 19th, 2014

The software engineering capabilities of an organization decide its speed to market in terms of products and services. The software engineering comprises of the functioning of two departments viz. development and IT operations. However, these two are often seen working in silos with their own issues and priorities. Despite each one doing its best for […]

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