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Dec
09
2016

Defining Machine Learning in Today’s Enterprise Ecosystem

The streets of engineering and technology world are trending with machine learning since the last decade. The giants of tech-land (Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, IBM, Skype, Salesforce.com and Shell!) have also hugely invested in machine learning and artificial intelligence ventures. Introduced by Arthur Samuel in 1959, the term it is considered the capacity to learn without explicit programming. This implies that the machine should be able to gain insight into its operations, learn from the mistakes and improvise its program to perform better over time. When the concept of data mining...

Dec
09
2016

Fitbit Buys Pebble’s Technology

The world's bestselling wearable tech-maker, Fitbit is buying the technology that power Pebble's smartwatches, with the mission to bring Pebble's unique wearables expertise to the new Fitbit products. Pebble’s software technology expects to refresh Fitbit’s new line of products and widen its reach to more customers. The smartwatch market is tough. Big players in wearables like Samsung and Apple seem to be shifting their target customers from fashionistas to fitness enthusiasts, or other new forms of wearable connectivity. Fitbit will soon follow their path. "With this acquisition, we're well positioned...

Dec
08
2016

How do enterprises benefit from Microservices Architecture

Microservices is born from the idea that some kinds of applications can be built and maintained in an easier way by breaking them down into small and compact units which can function together. Every part has a specific function and is separately built. It communicates with the other parts through universally reachable APIs. The application is developed by organizing the parts together. REST (Representational State Transfer) is considered an efficient integration method since it is less complex than the other procedures available.   The Traditional Approach and Its Challenges: Monolithic...

Dec
07
2016

Impact of UX on Wearables and IoT

User Experience (UX) seems to be a simple term, but on the contrary it is at the very core of all technological innovations happening around us be it interaction with service providers, products, mobile apps, smartphones and wearables. Gaining a customer is a feat in itself but to keep them coming back for more is a different game altogether. Only the top players go out and beyond to offer their users a unique experience that is top class as well. As Whitney Hess, Experience Design Coach, aptly puts it, "User...

Dec
07
2016

European union formally gives its nod to Microsoft-LinkedIn deal

Microsoft finally clears the last hurdle towards LinkedIn acquisition. The European Union has approved the acquisition yesterday. With the EU clearance, Microsoft has now obtained all the regulatory consent needed to complete the acquisition and close the deal by the end of the year. EU’s nod comes roughly six months after Microsoft announced its decision to purchase LinkedIn. The EU approval process too will follow the same lines of clearance procedures existent in the US, Canada, Brazil and South Africa. This sanction from EU is in fact, a great relief...

Dec
06
2016

How can Microsoft Azure Service Fabric help your business

Primarily a distributed systems platform, Microsoft Azure Service Fabric allows you to organize, assemble, install and manage micro-services in a reliable manner. With Service Fabric, you also receive consistent aid for problems you might face during the development and management of the cloud applications. Without distraction of dealing with complicated infrastructure issues, administrators and developers can concentrate on implementation of project-critical workloads which are dependable, scalable and controllable. Azure Service Fabric marks the movement into next-Gen middleware platform which focuses on building and regulating the tier-1, cloud-scale and enterprise-standard applications....