10 Business Benefits of Moving to Public Cloud

Efficiency. Agility. Doing more with less. – Whatever you call it, in today’s age of everyday disruption, fast-paced digital economy, and continuous innovation, it makes a solid business sense to move to the cloud. Cloud computing allows business owners to focus on what is important: their business.
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Lessons Learnt from Testing a Web Application for 150,000 Simultaneous Users

For most people, conversation starters in the office break room start from ” Did you watch….? “. A research conducted by Marketing Profs estimates that while the population of America receives over 206 channels on an average, they tend to watch only 20. They also estimate that in 2015, 67% of American households owned digital TV services. However, with real-time traffic exploding on the Internet, TV viewing is experiencing a fundamental shift. Live TV and Video on Demand are becoming increasingly commonplace with the increasing penetration of high-speed internet in most emerging economies. Neilsen suggests that the Video on Demand market is expected to grow at an annual compound growth rate of 8.3% to 2021. With an increasing number of people looking at digital channels for television consumption, media and entertainment companies are looking at a multitude of ways to attract this captive audience by providing live streaming and Video on Demand services.
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Story of an Online Safety Courses Provider Who Saved 40 Man-hours Per Release Cycle While Increasing the Test Coverage by 90%

In today’s business environment can software development and software testing be isolated activities? Given the need of faster go-to-market and frequent product upgrades, looking at development and testing as isolated activities can often be a recipe for disaster. As the complexities in IT infrastructures increase because of the sheer number of integrated systems, the number of required tests grows too. This can often lead to delayed releases or worse, releases with bugs which the customers discover later. The costs that stem from software quality defects can make a huge dent in an organization’s financial as well as social health. Software defects cost over USD$60 billion in the US alone. Research estimates that the cost of correcting software defects and bugs during the coding phase is USD $937 while correcting them post release amount to over USD $14,102!
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Cultural Activities with a Twist – Life at Clarion

Is money the only thing that matters in the workplace? Not really. A study by Dr. Matthew Lieberman reveals that many employees who work only for money are unhappy. Of course, you need money for a better quality of life, but as Dr. Lieberman explains more in his book “Social: Why our brains are wired to connect,” our brains are wired for social connection.
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Startups Get the Big Data Power With Power BI

Information is the oil of the 21st century, and analytics is the combustion engine,” Peter Sondergaard, Gartner Research

Data tells stories and companies of all sizes, right from startups to large enterprises, have realized the power of data. Data within itself is of no value unless it is analyzed to derive actionable insights. Therefore, it does not come as a surprise that several large organizations around the world have already invested heavily in big data and data analytics and have started seeing its positive business impact. Armed with the relevant and real-time data, companies are able to make more informed decisions that have the capability to impact the company’s bottom line. IDC predicts that the big data and business analytics revenues worldwide will grow from $122 billion in 2015 to more than $187 billion in 2019.
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