People simply can’t get enough of their mobile devices these days. Most individuals check their smartphones several times a day, sometimes compulsively. We sleep with them by our night table, and then turn them on as soon as we wake up. The mobile epidemic is evident across the globe.
Cloud hosting can be expensive, especially if you aren’t well-versed in what options you have available for optimisation. With cloud service providers and their available resources changing all the time, keeping up with what’s best for your running costs can be tricky.
For any business, not for profit, or even for building a personal project or your personal brand, embarking on web and app development can be a tricky time. Without personal experience in the process, it’s hard to figure out timelines: which should go where, and when?
Blockchain technology is a super hot topic right now - with every business from big banks through to small businesses wondering how they can leverage this new technology to help get ahead in the tech stakes and one-up their competition. But what exactly is blockchain, other than a method of providing immutable proof of a transaction over a network?
The argument between cloud hosted and self-hosted software solutions can be a tricky one. There are many pros and cons on either side, but your company’s goal is to arrive at a decision that best suits the needs of the organization.
Location based applications actively deliver online content to users based on their physical location. These apps use your phone’s GPS, wireless access point, or infrastructure to identify where a given device is located.
Fixed price contracts can be rather tricky in a Scrum environment. Classic software development and Agile software development are very different from one another, and things that work in one environment don’t necessarily work in another.