Learn from the Past, Excel in the Present and Change the Future – Exploring technology and business innovation and the implications for enterprise software implementation by understanding the rapidly changing software, business and technology landscape through summary, comparison, analysis and practical experience.
Enterprise growth and timely change of business technologies are inevitable. Progress in business development is tidily connected to a company’s IT and communication technology development.
What is needed?
Vendors need to provide more elegant solutions to maintain their ability to compete on the market.
It becomes ever more important to implement inter-operable and cross-platform adaptable solutions that satisfy clients and enable service and IT departments to react faster and more efficient to client needs.
Agile software and IT architectural practices need to reshape how we think about our enterprise technology, about implementing change and advancing business competition. Continue reading “Enterprise IT Trends – Making Growth Flexible” »
It is already habit for most of us to use calendars on computers or mobile devices to schedule our day and get reminded if we have an appointment.
Today’s smartphones are capable to do much more than just tracking our schedule. They have more sensors than most people would ever imagine that permit collecting data about their users. Both, most Android and iPhones are equipped with audio sensors (microphones), image sensors (cameras), touch interfaces on the screen, an acceleration sensor (tri-axial accelerometer), Global Positioning System (GPS), light sensors and multiple other features. Continue reading “Smartphones – Technology to Track your Life” »
The number of tracking applications is continuously increasing. Seven out of ten Americans are monitoring health information sharing data with friends, family and rest of the world though multiple social applications.
There are more than 700,000 apps for iOS that are approved by Apple and more than 600,000 apps that are available for Android devices. A big portion of them deal with tracking your diet, sleep, exercise, mood or calendar items. Continue reading “Tracking Your Love Affair – Data Interpreting Your Relationships” »
Global Position Systems (GPS) significantly changed how we navigate through city traffic to find any destination and reach it as quick as possible.
Soon, advanced navigation systems may even help to provide intelligent analysis tools with traffic information that allow users to know ahead of time about traffic bottlenecks and to find possible strategies for avoid getting into traffic congestions.
Fingerprints are the impressions that are left by the finger friction ridges of any individual. All fingerprints are unique. They differ from person to person and can be used for identifying different individuals.
So why don’t use these differences to identify users of electronic devices? … we do!
Mobile Health (mHealth) is a hot topic. Currently, there are more than 40,000 mHealth apps available for smartphones and tablets. It is projected that the mHealth market will reach revenues of $392 million in 2015 (by Frost & Sullivan).
Anyone who is looking to monitor weight and fitness, blood sugar levels, mental well-being etc. doesn’t have to search long for an smartphone app. However, finding a mHealth app of real worth is a completely different question. Currently, the mHealth market is mostly unregulated.
It’s Valentine’s Day. A day about love and a day about food.
I love good food.
I love cooking and being inspired by recipes.
I love my food apps that inspire my cooking.
I love my food apps that help me finding great restaurants.
I love scrolling through the ‘cookbook’ apps and meal catalogs – most highly and well-reviewed. Continue reading “Food Apps – Guidance for Your Hunger” »
Experts expect digital health to significantly grow throughout the year 2013 and soon allow better managing disease and wellness.
1. Innovative hardware and software
The advance of smart phones, tablets and other devices will trigger the development of innovative applications in a wide variety of areas such as medical decision support, health communications and advice tools etc.
2. Cost-saving technology
Health care costs are exploding, thus, innovative cost-effective solutions are necessary. Technology can help to save costs by providing health care solutions that lead care in directions with better efficiencies and possibilities for self-care and increased wellness. Continue reading “How Will Digital Health Develop in 2013?” »