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Custom Software vs. Off-The-Shelf Software

The build vs. buy dilemma: Why you should invest in Custom Software over Off-the-Shelf

Image credit: simform.com The difference between Custom-Built and Off-the-Shelf Software The simple difference between custom-built, sometimes called bespoke software solution and off-the-shelf software is that the former is made specifically for your needs and your business, whereas the latter is designed around general practices targeting a lot of different business and what they need but not used specifically. Another major difference between off-the-shelf and bespoke software is that: an off-the-shelf piece of software is generally a quick and affordable solution compared to that of custom-built for you. But bespoke is cost-effective in the long run, and this is one of the... Read More

AWS cloud migration - 5 compelling reasons

Why You Should Migrate to AWS Cloud – 5 Compelling Reasons That You Need to Make This Business Decision

Image credit: dunhamconnect.com We all know that Amazon dominates the tech landscape, but what you may not know is that they are a big player when it comes to cloud services. We will explain here why your competitors are using AWS cloud services: and why it is beneficial to your business to embrace this technology solution. 1) YOU PAY AS YOU GO – Amazon Web Services enable you to trade capital expenses – like servers and data centers – for variable expenses. You don’t have to invest heavily in physical infrastructure and data centers to store your data, instead you pay only... Read More

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The Top 3 Digital Technology Trends in 2020 Organizations Must Plan for Now

Image credit: entrepreneur.com We’re just about 20 years into the 21st century and the technological advancements and innovations have been astonishing, charging ahead faster than ever. Business organizations and individuals who do not stay as up to date with top tech patterns as possible, there is a greater chance that they might leave themselves completely in the dust. Similarly, ones who understand the key patterns and take keen interest in adopting the latest tech are more able to plan and grasp opportunities.  In this write-up, we will review some of the most significant digital experience trends that companies should explore in... Read More

Python for Big Data

Python and Big Data: Made for Each Other

When considering data, did you ever thought how big is big? Well, we’re living in a world that’s ruled by data. What’s interesting is that it is growing exponentially. In fact, the volume of data is so big and great that the digital universe is estimated to touch 44,000 Exabytes (or 44 trillion gigabytes) by the year 2020, expanding more than nine-fold against 4.4 trillion gigabytes in 2013. Even more interesting is the thing that data never sleeps and it just keeps getting bigger. The numbers showing the amount of data generation each day are staggering – predicting that, by... Read More

Will fintech change the face of global finance segment

Will fintech change the face of global finance segment?

So, what is fintech? Fintech, short for financial technology, is the innovative use of technology – primarily the internet and mobile – in the design and delivery of financial services of various kinds to the target customers and clients. To try to demystify fintech for you: think of it as every technology right now that relates to money transfer or transactions, and that goes from payment to banking to how money is managed, earned, saved, transferred, and everything that relates to money.  It includes a huge range of products, business models, and technologies that are disrupting the financial institutions and... Read More