NEW YORK (AP) — Technology experts say healing what ails the Healthcare.gov website will be a tougher task than the Obama administration acknowledg
"Himanshu Sareen, CEO of Icreon Tech, a New York-based web and mobile design and development firm, says the government has made some progress fixing the site in recent weeks, but there are still big problems. He worries that the website is operating at half the capacity that it needs to."
"The funding for enterprise technology projects is increasingly falling out of the hands of IT and shifting toward the functional end of business, according to a recent study."
According to a study conducted by IDC, with businesses increasingly embracing new technologies such as cloud services, mobile computing, big data analytics and social networking technologies, the funding for enterprise technology projects is increasingly falling out of the hands of Information Technology and falling in the lap of functional businesses, with businesses themselves taking a front seat in technology initiatives.
File-sharing company Egnyte wants businesses that are worried about data security to embrace the cloud.
Cloud-based file sharing has gained a lot of traction as an efficient business tool; as it grants users flexibility for file accessibility and makes file sharing a breeze. Earlier, many companies turned to cloud file sharing to help their employees access files remotely from smartphones and tablets, but brands like Box and Dropbox have become household names because they lets companies work without virtual private networks or file servers. However, a new company Egnyte, is taking cloud file sharing to the next level. They are doing so by not only letting its customers store data in the cloud, but also giving them the option of using the cloud as merely a transfer mechanism between their local storage devices.
Wearable computing is a big trend for consumer technology but when will it reach the enterprise? And what will that mean for employees?
According to Steve Wozniak, Apple’s co-founder, wearable computing will be the next big thing in the coming years. The market for this seemingly new big trend in technology is expected to skyrocket over the next five years. Apart from the consumer benefiting from wearable computing, enterprises will have potential uses of wearable computing in the future. Read on to find out some of the most probable enterprise uses of wearable computing:
Like a song stuck on repeat, enterprise IT hardware decision makers tell Forrester once again that consolidation and optimization top their list of priorities into 2014.
For the year 2014, the IT Infrastructure and Data Centers have placed consolidation and optimization at the top most position in their list of priorities. Though consolidation, convergence and optimization programs have always been critical for the IT infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals, this time around a new wave of consolidation and optimization procedures have raised their heads, wherein a new workload - centric approach is required to incorporate these themes into your work culture. Read on to find out more: http://www.icreon.us/business-intelligence.html
Icreon Tech CEO rapidly grew his company using a smart management strategy to develop top talent and keep those people by his side.
Himanshu Sareen was just 22 when he started web development and IT services company Icreon Tech in Mumbai in 2000. Despite launching just before the tech bubble collapsed, the company has grown rapidly. It now employs hundreds of people on multiple continents and is thriving from its new headquarters in New York City.
Ryan Boudreaux lists the criteria to be evaluated if you are deciding between developing a mobile app or using RWD to optimize your website for mobile (Responsive #webdesign vs.
Responsive web will benefit advertisers and consumers. Ads can be optimized for visual experience and users will no longer be frustrated by clunky operating sites that destroy business value by limiting interactions.
Businesses rely on technology that will one day grow out of date and become ineffective.
More and more enterprises and businesses these days are migrating their legacy systems and applications to newer technologies and processes. Doing so enables the organizations to optimize their business processes and integrate their workflow. Apart from the technological aspect of a migration, many other factors such as correct documentation and effective communication are invaluable for making a smooth jump to a modernized system.
If you thought the hybrid cloud was hyped already you just wait. And software-defined everything will be spouted from a vendor near you.
According to Gartner, strategic use of technology for business operations is an area that has potential for a significant impact on enterprises in the coming years. Some factors that determine a significant impact include a high potential for disruption to businesses, the need for major dollar investments, or the risk of being late to adopt that technology. Read on to find the breakdown of top technology trends that will impact enterprises for the year 2014: [http://www.icreon.us/mobile-application-development.html]
Enterprises need social network software that can integrate with existing UC and business platforms, not standalone platforms or social elements added to existing tools, according to 'Gartner's Magic Quadrant report.
According to a latest report from Gartner, enterprises are shifting their focus from social network software with differentiated features like news feed and embedded commenting, to social softwares that focus on integration within business processes. This is achieved through various tools and softwares, such as Unified Communications (UC) tools and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. Read on to learn more about how the small as well as big software players are strategizing to integrate their business needs.
At DirecTV, IT stopped playing defense and took the lead, helping business management weigh key decisions. Here's how they pulled it off
These days IT is in the danger of being marginalized in many business environments. With resources falling short and an invariable conflict of priorities, IT faces many challenges today. But the truth is IT can help business management weigh in on key decisions and stay competitive. Both can work in tandem and attain a deep level of integration such that a good business practice and a good IT practice become indistinguishable. At DirecTV, IT stopped playing defense and took the lead. Read on to find out how: http://www.icreon.us/it-consulting.html
A new Gartner report provides insights into best practices for IT cost optimization, including five important principles that create a long-term focus.
Cost – cutting has always been at the center of tactical approaches that IT organizations employ to bolster their financial strength and gain profits. Over the last decade global competition and a lingering recession have forced organizations to take stringent cost-optimization steps. A new report from the market research firm Gartner provides intelligent insights into the best practices for cost optimization in IT organizations and delineates how to focus on long-term gains rather than concentrating on short-term financial targets.
Image: Reinis Traidas/Flickr Inspired by a post a few weeks ago regarding the digitization of New York City?s beloved institutions, our team at Icreon
"At this moment over 50% of the world population live within cities; by 2050, 6.3 billion people will reside there. In order to adapt to such growth within metropolitan areas, IT services and networks may be the answer."
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