All Blogs / Technology / Software / Popular

Dynamsoft Camera SDK for iOS 2.0 Released

We are happy to announce the release of Dynamsoft Camera SDK for iOS v2.0. The iOS capture SDK allows you to implement a mobile capture app quickly to enable users capture and upload documents with iPhones. Try for Free Try Demo AppShow More Summary

Dynamsoft Named a 2018 ComponentSource Top 25 Publisher

ComponentSource recently named Dynamsoft a Top 25 Publisher for 2018 which makes for back-to-back years Dynamsoft has earned the award. In addition, our Dynamic Web TWAIN SDK was added to ComponentSource’s Top 50 Product Award list. This is an improvement over 2017 when the SDK made the Top 100 Product Award list. Show More Summary

Top 5 reasons why ‘DevOps is not Dead’

There is no slim possibility that users will bear with applications and software that demand downtime. Digital Transformation of business implies that customer experience is not disturbed, it must only enhance. There is no scope of hindering the operations or expecting a break for further development and deployment. Show More Summary

Open-source Exim remote attack bug: 400,000 servers still vulnerable, patch now

Many hosts running popular open-source email service Exim are still open to a remote code execution bug.

?GitHub makes open-source project licensing easier with an open-source program

How do you address handling open-source licensing for your program? By using an open-source program!

New world record DDoS attack hits 1.7Tbps days after landmark GitHub outage

Memcached denial-of-service attacks are getting bigger by the day, according to new analysis.

Windows 10 bug: Microsoft fixes issue that broke USB, built-in cameras, keyboards

Microsoft has addressed a USB and onboard device bug it introduced in its February security update.

Do you really need developers to build applications?

Q&A: Quick Base promises to let companies build applications without writing code. CEO Rick Willett explains more.

Queensland opposition blasts premier over AU$250m IT blowouts

State LNP Leader Deb Frecklington has called out the Queensland government for spending an additional AU$250 million on IT than budgeted for.

Survey confirms collaboration and the apps that come with it still suck

We're wasting so much time collaborating and toggling between apps it's a miracle any work actually gets done.

We found 22 cloud services your business definitely needs to try

When it comes to cloud services and software-as-a-service (SaaS), we're all familiar with the usual players. But there's a huge world of opportunity and available resources beyond Google, Dropbox, Salesforce, Amazon, and Microsoft.

Early AWS adoption enabled TechnologyOne's business change

Even enterprise software providers aren't immune from the need to undertake a business transformation.

Top Software Glitches and Growing Significance of Software Testing

2 weeks agoTechnology / Software : Gallop

Software glitch, system breakdown and data breach incidents have been threatening the brand value and survival of global enterprises. As a result, today organizations are building a much more proactive outlook towards security of enterprise applications and business-critical data. Show More Summary

Yes, DevOps is all about business growth, especially the digital variety

DevOps is now seen in one in four enterprises. It extends well beyond the bounds of the data center, as it opens up the path to disruption.

New Spectre attack variant can pry secrets from Intel's SGX protected enclaves

Sensitive data protected by Intel's Software Guard Extensions could be open to a new side-channel attack.

Deciphering SAP's Amazon strategy

With its multi-cloud strategy, the burden of proof is on SAP to demonstrate that its platforms and databases are optimized the cloud that the customer chooses. In recent years, SAP has significantly ramped up its engagement with Amazon to deliver better fit for purpose.

ATO spent AU$333m on employment outsourcing during year of outages

The Australian Taxation Office told Senate Estimates it coughed up a 'peak' of AU$333 million during 2016-17 on labour hire, outsourcing, and specialist contractors, with many charged with rectifying the work backlog caused by IT outages.

Yes, Microsoft is doubling down on business applications

Microsoft is back -- and in a pretty big way, too. After a significant reboot over the last several months, the company is demonstrating why it remains a force in the world of business applications.

The Top Three Business Workflow Processes to Put Your Business on Autopilot

How great would it be if you could put many key aspects of running your business on auto-pilot so you could instead focus on the parts of the business that drive growth. According to the research from The Alternative Board, most entrepreneurs are not able to. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC