Thursday 15 December 2016

Cloud Clears the Sky for Business Growth

It is the tail end of the successful reading season of 2016. While the investors and entrepreneurs could simply move on to the next venture, many enterprises were stuck with dead technology that cost a great deal to replace. Lesson learned? Not really. Sixteen years later, history seems to be repeating itself around cloud computing.

The chances are good that you'll find the saturation point sometime in the next five to ten years. That is not a bad thing. It is an even better thing if you understand where that saturation point is by thinking practically about the use of the public cloud and justifying everything you move. If used properly and to the extent necessary, working with data in the cloud can vastly benefit all types of businesses. By doing so, you'll save money, time, and disappointment.

Generally speaking, a public cloud consists set of services that are purchased by a business or organisation and delivered via the Internet by a third-party provider. A private cloud is essentially an extension of an enterprise's traditional data center that refers more to the fact that this type of platform is a non-shared resource than to any security advantage.

Cloud computing empowers businesses to overcome challenges.

It converts capital expenses to operating expenses, thereby ensuring greater cash flow predictability. Also it increases business agility and innovation. According to the vForum Singapore Business Survey, 90% of successful Singaporean businesses say they are confident that cloud computing can enable innovation. This is critical because according to an SID survey, intense competition is the greatest challenge facing Singaporean businesses.

Major benefits of cloud computing are that the boost speed of business by lowering turnaround time is extremely satisfactory for more businesses. This raises productivity levels and offer more secure and dependable disaster recovery.

Cloud computing ensures a better support for remote and mobile workers; Also it offers scalable infrastructure without up-front costs giving access to the latest technology and future-proof against usage of out dated technology.

NagaTeja Rupavataram
Technical Writer
 +65 62689551

Friday 9 December 2016

User Interface - Why so curious?

Human Interaction with a computer targets at the higher productivity and facilitating a lower cognitive load. Graphical User Interface give developers more freedom with how they display information, images and other elements.

In comparison with text-based interfaces, well-designed Is have shorter learning curves that even untrained users can easily navigate. Also, users don't have to memorize and input text commands, since UIs have interactive graphical elements with same functions. UIs also offer efficient interaction with human-interface devices.

While people often think of Interface Design in terms of computers, it also refers to many products where the user interacts with controls or displays. The importance of good User Interface Design can be the difference between product acceptance or rejection.

Think about it, if command-line Linux is so much more stable, why isn’t everyone using it? -  Because simply put, the interface doesn’t give more traffic to the website. Unless you’re the geekiest of geeks, you don’t actually prefer a command-line interface to a nice UI. It comes down to basic human nature, we prefer things that feel natural and are intuitive to use. A command-line interface is not intuitive to use. A UI is.

For us IT professionals, having a good UI also helps us manage, support, troubleshoot and configure software more easily. Ever try to configure an Exchange server using the Exchange Management Shell only? If you have and it worked, then kudos to you. Having a good UI can make all the difference when working with various software. When you’re testing potential software, make sure you fully evaluate the GUIs and ensure they meet your needs.

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NagaTeja Rupavataram
Technical Writer


+65 62689551

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