A large number of enterprises view Cloud as an effective way to transform their business for competitive advantage and improved customer engagement. Factors like speed, cost saving and faster deployment, are the most common drivers for cloud adoption. However, the success of cloud adoption primarily depends on an effective cloud strategy and migration methodology.
Growing digitalization and an increased focus on on-demand services, have prompted companies to rapidly launch enterprise applications offering a consistent user experience across devices. Technologies like DevOps have helped shorten application development timelines significantly, and business users now want to develop and manage apps themselves, minimizing the reliance on IT teams.
Enterprise IT landscapes can quickly become complex and difficult to manage in this digital age, where companies are increasingly adopting emerging technologies to improve business outcomes. Fragmented technology segments can seriously jeopardize operations visibility, leading to suboptimal utilization of resources, higher costs and poor business agility.
Testing Assurance Services practice is transforming itself to become the best QA partner helping clients with software testing solutions to achieve continuous quality across their run, change and transformation initiatives. Amid the proliferation of digital technologies, and a plethora of applications being launched continuously, companies experience challenges in ensuring software reliability & quality. In today’s hyper-connected world, it’s become essential to implement an in-built quality assurance process to accelerate time-to-market and deliver superior customer experiences. In fact, Quality Assurance as a strategic & trans-formative function, has become a Quality Enabler than a Gatekeeper. .
Today, cybersecurity has become a key discussion point in the Boardroom agenda. According to the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), businesses lost more than USD 650 billion to cybercrimes in 2018, thus magnifying the severity of the issue. Cyber-attacks have not only compromised technical assets, but have also resulted in financial loss, lawsuits, and an irrevocable reputational loss.
Cyber threats pose evolving challenges to business goals and objectives, curbing organizations’ repeated attempts at a counter strategy. Legacy monitoring systems & processes have become obsolete, and we need advanced solutions to detect unknown threats in real-time, and respond in the quickest and most effective ways.
A database management system (DBMS) is a software package designed to define, manipulate, retrieve and manage data in a database. A DBMS generally manipulates the data itself, the data format, field names, record structure and file structure. It also defines rules to validate and manipulate this data.
A DBMS relieves users of framing programs for data maintenance. Fourth-generation query languages, such as SQL, are used along with the DBMS package to interact with a database.
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