Efficient Implementation of Open Source EHR system with WorldVistA Platform

Efficient Implementation of Open Source EHR system with WorldVistA Platform

Friday, April 25th, 2014

Traditionally, hand written paper based health records were managed by organizing them in files and cabinets. With computers becoming common, hospitals and other health providers switched over to electronic files. Since these records were maintained locally, sharing them with others was not possible with ease. This inefficiency often lead to what is known as “waste […]

Video Streaming in HTML5 Video Tag

Video Streaming in HTML5 Video Tag

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

HTML5 has entered the online video market space with widely cited acceptance. The market data from StatCounter, a web analytics firm indicates that over 80% (combining mobile and desktop as a single entity) of the market now supports HTML5 video. With evolving HTML5 video specification and its growing implementation by various browser vendors, it is […]

Big Data Analytics Trends

Big Data and Analytics Trends

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

In 2013, organizations were overseeing developments in big data space from the sidelines. In 2014, their focus has shifted from what is big data to what can I do with big data. They are actively researching and implementing various big data solutions to help them in this global competitive landscape. A recent IDC forecast shows […]

Simplifying Test Automation Using Harbinger’s Automation Framework

Simplifying Test Automation Using Harbinger’s Automation Framework

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Software test automation has been the most controversial activity in any organization. In most of the organizations, it starts with lot of potential to reduce the test efforts drastically and magically, but ends up in spending unreasonably high amount of efforts in maintaining the developed automation suite. The ROI becomes non-achievable and finally management decides […]

iOS Memory Management and ARC

iOS Memory Management and ARC

Friday, April 4th, 2014

Since Apple introduced Automatic Reference Counting (ARC), it has eased the life of a developer to concentrate on business logic and let ARC handle memory. Developers who have started using ObjectiveC and creating iOS Apps recently, misinterpret ARC as garbage collection. ARC is not garbage collection as provided by JAVA and .NET runtimes, but a […]

Role of Mobility, Big Data and Cloud in Internet of Things

Role of Mobility, Big Data and Cloud in Internet of Things

Friday, March 28th, 2014

At the digital technology trade fair CeBIT 2014 in Hannover, David Cameroon, The Prime Minister of United Kingdom, announced that 45million pounds would be made available for research in internet of things in the UK. While this announcement signals the growing interest of IoT in governments and state bodies, enterprises have already made some big […]

Software Testing Services Trends - 2014

Software Testing Services Trends – 2014

Friday, March 21st, 2014

Growing technological advancement in the IT sector is having a significant impact on the evolution of software testing landscape. With the advent of service oriented architecture (SOA), increase in virtualization and adoption of cloud computing, testers today have a lot of new aspects to consider. The pressing demands on quick time to market, cutting operational […]

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