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DHTMLX Summer 2015 Highlights - Top News

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First season infographic that contains all news, tutorials and other blog posts that were published in DHTMLX blog during summer 2015.

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Saas Application development for your business growth

Saas Application development for your business growth | Favorites | Scoop.it

SaaS application is totally work on centralized server on the Internet. There no such installation process or maintain process all maintenance and software updates handled on the centralized server.

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[1504.02656] A complex network approach to cloud computing

Cloud computing has become an important means to speed up computing. One problem influencing heavily the performance of such systems is the choice of nodes as servers responsible for executing the users' tasks. In this article we report how complex networks can be used to model such a problem. More specifically, we investigate the performance of the processing respectively to cloud systems underlain by Erdos-Renyi and Barabasi-Albert topology containing two servers. Cloud networks involving two communities not necessarily of the same size are also considered in our analysis. The performance of each configuration is quantified in terms of two indices: the cost of communication between the user and the nearest server, and the balance of the distribution of tasks between the two servers. Regarding the latter index, the ER topology provides better performance than the BA case for smaller average degrees and opposite behavior for larger average degrees. With respect to the cost, smaller values are found in the BA topology irrespective of the average degree. In addition, we also verified that it is easier to find good servers in the ER than in BA. Surprisingly, balance and cost are not too much affected by the presence of communities. However, for a well-defined community network, we found that it is important to assign each server to a different community so as to achieve better performance.


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Manage JSON documents in NoSQL database on the Cloud | App42 Docs

Manage JSON documents in NoSQL database on the Cloud | App42 Docs | Favorites | Scoop.it
App42 NoSQL Storage service provides an efficient way to manage JSON documents in NoSQL database on the cloud. Powerful query interface to search the JSON documents.

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How cloud computing enables interoperability

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CMS has signaled a renewed focus on interoperability, a welcome development for healthcare professionals anxious to more easily exchange insightful data. But there’s still the matter of how well the people involved in various collaborative “Big Data in Healthcare” initiatives operate together.

At some point for most of us in our careers – usually early on – we’ve encountered a project that was initially heralded with a great deal of fanfare, only to ultimately fizzle out after failing to gain enough buy-in. For all the excitement surrounding Big Data projects, many are at similar risk of a premature end if stakeholder concerns aren’t addressed at the outset:

Who will host the data?How will data privacy concerns be handled?How have restrictions on data use been addressed?Do existing consents allow for data sharing?Will the data need to be de-identified? If so, using which methodology?Who will be responsible for acquiring, maintaining and distributing it?How will the data be protected as it’s routed to its new home?How well will it be protected in its new home? Who will have access to it?

For this to work, a neutral ground is usually needed, offered by a trusted third party.

The cloud: breaking down barriers to data exchange
In healthcare, massive amounts of data are not stored in pre-defined, structured tables. Instead, they are often composed of text, notes, numbers, images, formulas, dates, and other facts that are inherently unstructured. In fact, certain kinds of data sources are being created so quickly that there is no time to store it before the need to analyze it.

Savvy healthcare executives see Big Data as an opportunity to break down the paradigm of siloed data. They know that isolated data can be inefficient. Yet even while supporting the vision of Big Data, many healthcare leaders are traditionally reluctant to share data outside their own firewalls. Due to competitive considerations and confidentiality risks, there must be a level of trust in the quality and security of the receiving organization’s health data management systems for the data owner to be willing to share it. No one wants to risk a HIPAA privacy or security violation at the hands of another entity.

'Dirty' data can yield hidden treasures
To make an effective Big Data play, data sharing arrangements must be made, data flows defined, data analytics engines and the underlying infrastructure created, and the proper data governance must be agreed upon by all relevant stakeholders. It is at this stage that a trusted third party data warehouse environment is critical for success.

Conventional wisdom leads many to believe that data must be scrubbed, normalized and aggregated into a standard format in order to gain key insights. In fact, for Big Data in Healthcare, the time-tested principle of “garbage in, garbage out” actually may not apply.

Using the right data analytics tools can reveal unexpected insights from unstructured or “dirty” data as some call it.

In addition to enabling insights from disparate data sources, storing and protecting data, data management services are now available that alleviate the need for healthcare organizations to hire additional experts in meaningful use or cloud technology, including:

Pulling data from different sources into a single cloud-based repository for collaborative useDe-identifying the data and stripping it of identifiable informationData visualization with dashboards and reportsAudit trails of who accessed what, when and from whereDynamically scaling the infrastructure as the data volume increases

Cloud for collaborative care
Entities that are members of an accountable care organization or other coordinated care programs also benefit from the neutrality of the cloud for a variety of functions, from the day-to-day, such as claims and billing, to more analytic reporting and collaboration. The cloud provider can host the data along with any other number of data management services that the healthcare organization can’t, or just doesn’t want to take on.

Can you blame them? Healthcare organizations need all of their IT staff on deck for analytics and other data projects. And as we move to a more coordinated and shared model for healthcare, all stakeholders need a neutral and trusted environment that fosters collaboration. And based on the potential for infinite computing power and storage on the cloud, the sky’s the limit for interoperability.

 


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Adding two-factor authentication to an application using ASP.NET Identity - .NET Web Development and Tools Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

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.NET Web Development and Tools Blog

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29 Node.js Frameworks for Fast Web Application Development

29 Node.js Frameworks for Fast Web Application Development | Favorites | Scoop.it
Node.js has great community support, there are more than sixty thousands of modules written and many frameworks available to be used. Here we have chosen 29 best Node.js frameworks to speed up your web application development by providing robust set of features and also enhance the ease of programming with MVC programming pattern.

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4 Best Frameworks for HTML5 – iPhone and 3D Mobile Game Development

Best HTML5 frameworks 2014 are very useful in 3D game development, and front end of website development. These are responsive html 5 frameworks and packed with

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Miriam Stenson's curator insight, April 1, 2015 6:30 AM

mobileappsdevelopers, my follower suggested this. Thank you!

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IT News Online > PR Newswire - Smartling to Present on Agile Translation at the Intelligent Content Conference

NEW YORK, March 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Smartling today announced that Director of Client Success Elizabeth Quispe will present on agile translation at the 2015 Intelligent Content Conference, which will be held March 23-25 in San Francisco. The annual Intelligent Content Conference gathers the best and brightest content professionals to discuss the topics, standards, methods and technologies utilized today to enable intelligent content solutions.

On March 24, Quispe will deliver a session entitled "From Agile Marketing to Agile Translation: How to Achieve Nimble and Scalable Multilingual Content Creation." Quispe will address which translation approaches make the most sense for agile translation, best practices for incorporating "translation iteration planning" into the multilingual content creation process, and which types of content are best for agile translation. Attendees will also learn the characteristics needed to make agile translation a success within their organization.

Who: Elizabeth Quispe, director of client success at Smartling
 

What: "From Agile Marketing to Agile Translation: How to Achieve Nimble and Scalable Multilingual Content Creation" session
 

When: Tuesday, March 24 at 3:45 p.m. local time
 

Where: Hyatt Regency Embarcadero (Bayview B room)
 

To learn more about Smartling, stop by booth No. 9 at the show or go to: www.smartling.com. For more information on the Intelligent Content Conference, please visit: http://www.intelligentcontentconference.com/.

About Smartling

Smartling, Inc. simplifies and accelerates translation and localization for companies reaching a global market. With the first cloud-based enterprise platform for translation management, Smartling helps companies quickly translate and deploy their websites and dynamic Web applications, mobile applications and business documents across the entire corporate digital infrastructure. Named "Most Innovative Startup" at Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal's 2011 FASTech 50, Smartling is shaking up the translation and localization industry with the first platform designed to manage the entire translation, localization and delivery process via a scalable SaaS model. Brands that rely on Smartling to launch and manage localized multilingual websites and applications include Foursquare, GoPro, HotelTonight, Path, Pinterest, Shutterstock, Spotify, SurveyMonkey, Vimeo and more. The Smartling platform currently serves billions of page views per month in more than 100 languages across the globe.

Founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York City, Smartling is privately held and backed by leading venture capital firms, including First Round Capital, Harmony Partners, ICONIQ Capital, IDG Ventures, U.S. Venture Partners, Venrock and several prominent angel investors.

Media Contact:
Jackie Gerbus
Davies Murphy Group
508-479-2786  
smartling@daviesmurphy.com

Logo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140521/90260

 

To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/smartling-to-present-on-agile-translation-at-the-intelligent-content-conference-300052862.html

SOURCE Smartling, Inc.

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Top SEO Tools for 2015 - Internet Marketing Inc

Top SEO Tools for 2015 - Internet Marketing Inc | Favorites | Scoop.it

Digest...

 

SEO Analysis Tools

Majestic

Ahrefs

Open Site Explorer

SEMrush

Siteliner

BuzzSumo

Screaming Frog SEO Spider

Followerwonk

KeywordTool

 

Link Building Tools

Ahrefs

Scrapebox

HARO

Email Format

 

Performance Management/Reporting

Google Analytics

Sprout Social

Authority Labs

SharedCount

 

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marketingIO's curator insight, January 12, 2015 7:51 PM

Another great collection of SEO Tools. I strongly recommend clicking through to the article for a quick synopsis of each before heading to the vendor site.

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Cloud computing advantages accelerated in 2014 - TechTarget

Cloud computing advantages accelerated in 2014 - TechTarget | Favorites | Scoop.it
Read how business leaders increasingly phased out Excel and turned to the cloud for budgeting, financial planning and forecasting in 2014.

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The Nuts and Bolts of WordPress Ecommerce Development

The Nuts and Bolts of WordPress Ecommerce Development | Favorites | Scoop.it

There is no denying that Magento is an ideal platform for building ecommerce websites, as it comes with an astounding number of options that can help your online business do extremely well. But inspite of all of its capabilities, you can’t create a blog as this ecommerce...For more details visit: http://tinyurl.com/n3wkpe7


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7 Ecommerce Secrets That No One Does at This Time of Year

7 Ecommerce Secrets That No One Does at This Time of Year | Favorites | Scoop.it
Everyone’s doing the same thing — coupons, free shipping, major countdowns, huge email campaigns. Why not try doing some things that ecommerce sites aren’t doing? Here are seven suggestions.

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EcomOuttakes's curator insight, December 11, 2014 3:52 PM

How to get a jump on Q1

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Could Google Be Planning to Eliminate the Need for Websites?

Could Google Be Planning to Eliminate the Need for Websites? | Favorites | Scoop.it

As consumers, we’ve taken websites for granted. From the time the Internet was established, websites were the tangible anchor points we needed in order to be able to navigate it effectively. 


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Neil Ferree's curator insight, July 1, 2015 4:52 PM

Under this model, apps would replace the need for websites and Google would fill in the holes with indexed information in its Knowledge Graph.Search engine optimization (SEO) would theoretically die at that point, though online visibility optimization would simply evolve into a new form. A strong social media presence would still be important, as would an accurate presence in other third-party local apps

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10 things we've learned about cloud computing, so far - Thoughts On Cloud

10 things we've learned about cloud computing, so far - Thoughts On Cloud | Favorites | Scoop.it
Cloud computing, in its current form, has been around for well over a decade now.

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Arduino + Chromebook - News - SparkFun Electronics

Arduino + Chromebook - News - SparkFun Electronics | Favorites | Scoop.it
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We Need To Get The Internet Of Things Right

We Need To Get The Internet Of Things Right | Favorites | Scoop.it
 Nowadays, it seems that everything is connected to the Internet. There are connected socks, shoes, shirts, hats, glasses, appliances, beds, homes, drones, cars, and even diapers.

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The 10 best new web design tools in April

The 10 best new web design tools in April | Favorites | Scoop.it
Design interfaces and create moodboards on your phone, clean up your code and take control of your type.

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Using WordPress for Web Application Development: Custom Database Queries

Using WordPress for Web Application Development: Custom Database Queries | Favorites | Scoop.it
Throughout this series, we've been looking at the various facilities that make it possible to treat WordPress as a foundation for web application development.

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Systango's curator insight, December 5, 2014 4:25 AM

WordPress is one of the most used and successful open source CMS, in fact it is not just one-of-the-most, it is THE MOST USED CMS with whopping 60% market share. Its based in PHP and creates responsive websites out of the box.
By nature WordPress is supposed to be a blogging platform but it is so versatile that using plugins and extensions one can create eCommerce websites , shopping cart websites (storefront) and custom websites in WordPress.
Our WordPress development experience includes developing custom WordPress plugins, Wordpress templates and bespoke WordPress website development.

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A Beginners Guide to Mobile Development with Meteor

A Beginners Guide to Mobile Development with Meteor | Favorites | Scoop.it

Meteor.js is a promising JavaScript framework, that also comes prepackaged with Cordova support, ideal for mobile development.

If you’re a web developer who wants to release their work on iOS and Android (while harnessing the features of those platforms), you don’t have to learn a new language or entirely new concepts. You just need a basic grasp of Meteor, and then a basic grasp of details specific to mobile development.


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Mobile Learning Handbook Offers Tips on Choosing Apps for Education -- THE Journal

Mobile Learning Handbook Offers Tips on Choosing Apps for Education -- THE Journal | Favorites | Scoop.it

SAS Curriculum Pathways has released a new handbook called Mobile Learning: A Handbook for Developers, Educators and Learners. The handbook includes practical tips on creating applications for education, and highlights opportunities for collaboration between educational technology providers and educators. It also advises parents and educators on how best to use mobile learning resources in class and at home.


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Blanca A. Dorantes's curator insight, March 25, 2015 1:51 PM

Cuando es tiempo de elegir una App para los más pequeños es tarea de los padres evaluar a lo que los niños pueden estar expuestos. Esta lista de cotejo te ayudará en esa tarea tan dificil.

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What It’s Like To Be A Developer Evangelist — Medium

What It's Like To Be A Developer Evangelist - Taking Flight With Mailjet - Medium

API (Application Programming Interface). Developer Experience (DX). You may or may not have heard of these terms before, but they are heavily used in the SaaS (software-as-a-service) industry. Developers use APIs to build off existing products and innovate new ideas. APIs allow companies to easily integrate with apps that bring in expertise where the company themselves may be lacking resources or would be costly to produce in-house.


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Manfred Bortenschlager's curator insight, March 18, 2015 4:30 AM

short and sweet summary of developer evangelists, DX, and APIs.

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Microsoft fights US government on international cloud computing snooping

Microsoft fights US government on international cloud computing snooping | Favorites | Scoop.it
Corporate lobbyists, news organisations and academics have joined forces with Microsoft in the software company’s legal battle with the U.S. government over access to customer data stored overseas.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, December 16, 2014 6:28 PM

The diverse set of interests filed briefs with a federal appeals court in New York, urging it to reverse a judge’s order that Microsoft turn over emails from a data centre in Ireland. They argued that turning them over would jeopardise the future of international cloud computing.

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IBM Using Analytics to Optimize Cloud Computing Performance and Cost Savings

IBM Using Analytics to Optimize Cloud Computing Performance and Cost Savings | Favorites | Scoop.it
Inventors at IBM have put together a patented technique that takes advantage of analytics to increase the performance of cloud computing service

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, December 15, 2014 6:23 PM

IBM’s newest invention is able to automatically take cloud computing resources from different cloud centers, which allows clients to optimize their service performance and lower costs by reducing the amount of manual intervention needed in order to properly allocate software, hardware, and services on the cloud.

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A Complete Guide to Setting up Google Analytics for Your Ecommerce Website

A Complete Guide to Setting up Google Analytics for Your Ecommerce Website | Favorites | Scoop.it

Sometimes the thought of setting up Google Analytics can seem a little daunting,, especially if you are not familiar with the process. The purpose of this article will be to explain in as much detail as possible, how you can improve your ecommerce website by setting up Google Analytics.


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Marco Favero's curator insight, December 16, 2014 9:33 AM

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EcomOuttakes's curator insight, December 16, 2014 6:40 PM

Just read another great article on the same topic: http://www.ecommercepartners.net/blog/google-analytics-to-boost-sales.html