Synchronization processes comprise a ‘source’ and ‘destination’ entity and, based on data appearance, is categorized into unidirectional and bidirectional synchronization. Continue reading “Data Synchronization Techniques” »
A hologram is a projected three-dimensional visual image of a physical representation.
The word “holography” derives from the Greek word “holos” meaning “whole” and “graphos” meaning “message” perfectly describing what a hologram really is; a “whole message” of an object or person.
Simplest holograms are flat surfaces which under proper illumination seem to comprehend a three-dimensional image. Most advanced holograms project 3D images into the air and allow tangible interaction with the projection. Continue reading “Holograms – Big Data of Tomorrow” »
Mobile application lifecycle management (mobile ALM) is the administration of mobile software applications from the initial planning phase through removal from a system including how changes to an app are documented and tracked.
Overall, mobile ALM can be separated into Governance, Development and Operations.
“Governance” comprises all decision making and project management process for an application which includes business case development and portfolio management. Continue reading “Mobile Application Life-Cycle Management” »