In this issue of MicroScope, we look at the channel opportunity in the SME customer base as they look for managed services support, our roundtable discussion looks at the transformative appeal of unified communications, and consider why software development houses are switching to no-code. Read the issue now.
The buzz and hype surrounding container technologies has reached fever pitch in recent years, prompting CIOs and IT decision makers to mull over what role, if any, they should and could play in their digital transformation plans.
Automated testing will shorten your development cycles, avoid cumbersome repetitive tasks and help improve software quality but how do you get started? The best practices discussed in this white paper help ensure results and a successful foundation for improving your software quality.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the man tasked with bringing public services into the digital age. The second installment of our Buyer's Guide to business intelligence reviews two low-cost alternatives to the big suppliers; and we go behind the scenes of the IT preparations for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Read this white paper for an examination of a new software development language and technology called SequenceL, as well as a description of how it works, why there is a need for it and how well it performs in parallel environments.
This white paper illustrates how proven methodologies and best-of-breed tools, such as Rational DOORS, Rational Rhapsody, Rational Team Concert, and Rational Quality Manager, can help you design high-quality products that meet customer requirements.
The version 1.0 release of the Intel® Media Software Development Kit (SDK) equips developers with a standard application programming interface (API) for creating video solutions that target consumer and professional uses. Read this article to learn more about this product as well as the benefits for developers.
It's amazing how many books on parallel computing use the term parellelism without clearly defining it. In this technical article, Charles Leiserson, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at MIT, provides a brief introduction to this theory.