Fitness is obviously
one of the foremost priorities of people right now.
This has been a promising factor for the growth of
the health and wellness sector with the adoption of
digital technology. However, any new trend in a
specific industry is always perceived with doubt. Is
it a fad or a trend? This is where people have to
raise questions about the feasibility of new
technological innovations and advancements in the
health and wellness sector.
The cloud introduced many new benefits for people and
businesses all over the world. It was primarily responsible for enabling data access
from anywhere. However, is it truly serving its purpose? Even a beneficial concept like
cloud computing requires a lot of planning and infrastructure for deployment. Factors
such as lack of staff training, privacy, and security keep influencing the adoption of
cloud computing across enterprises of various sectors. According to a source by Report
Linker, the worldwide cloud computing market could reach almost $623.3 billion by 2023.
Is your organization prepared to make the shift to the cloud? Let us find out the secret
ingredient that can help you navigate your way to successful cloud adoption.
Data is the lifeblood of every business and institution in the present
times. Data management has become an essential requirement for businesses to collect,
use, improve, safeguard and process important data sets. However, successful data
management strategies always focus on the objectives of better speed and efficiency
alongside lower costs. This is why automation is essential functionality for any modern
data management solution.
So, what is the value of automation in data management? What are the
benefits from data management automation? And most important of all, what are the best
practices for automation of data management? Let us find out answers to all these
questions in the following discussion.
The consumer market is consistently pursuing the notion of continuous innovation. Presently, almost every sector deals largely with a faster influx of products. Businesses which are able to introduce their products early to market could score promising levels of competitive advantage effectively. The notion of agile practices started with software development and has now encompassed various companies and teams.
There is a lot of buzz around the practice of Progressive Delivery lately. Rightfully so, as it’s a
great addition to continuous delivery. By gradually exposing new versions to a subset of users, you’re
further mitigating risks. As usual with new and shiny things, many of us are eager to try it out, learn
about the tools and shift to this way of working. But as is also common, there are reasons to do it,
reasons to not do it, and reasons you might not succeed at it. Let me save you some trouble by
elaborating on a few of them.
It sounds like a paradox. Contradictio in terminis, as the linguistic in me likes to put it. Staying
connected in times of isolation. Now that most of us are working remotely, teams need to find ways to
stay connected. I’d like to think that times like these also bring opportunities for us to get creative,
learn from each other and rise above ourselves, so let’s share ideas and experiences as much as
A while back the virtual Domain-driven design meetup experimented with doing a remote EventStorming.
The outcome was that doing remote EventStorming as you would do it offline is sub-optimal. The
interaction was lacking during the storming parts, and the number of insights gained was lower. That is
the power of EventStorming, and it was not present. Still, we asked ourselves how we can make remote
EventStorming more optimal, and with most of the world being stuck at home due to corona, I started
experimenting with it. In this post, I will describe heuristics about my first experience with remote
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