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  • What is IT infrastructure? A simple definition is that, it is a collection of physical or virtual resources that supports an overall information technology environment which includes server, storage, network components and all connected devices. IT infrastructure is the backbone of any business and it provides a means of moving data from one place to another and enabling to work on it.

    Components of IT Infrastructure

    The IT infrastructure is considered to have a three layer model. The base layer comprises of the shared technological components like hardware, operating software...

  • For all those of you who are still waiting to get introduced to the MEAN stack, this one is for you! Let’s understand what the stack is and what the benefits of using it are.

    So here’s an analogy! A team of 4 are building a house and they all speak different languages. Another team of 4 are building a house as well but they all speak the same language.

    Which team do you think will complete the task with ease? Which team can communicate faster?

    The answer of course is a no brainer and you will understand it why as we dwell more deeply on the subject under discussion. So ...

  • Application software is mainly classified under two main categories, namely custom written software and off-the-shelf software. Custom software development is the designing of software for a specific user group, more commonly for use within an organisation. Custom software is designed in a way that it meets the needs very accurately as compared to off-the-shelf software’s generic way. Typically custom software is developed by a third party software development company or an in-house development team and these softwares are generally not intended for reselling.

    Custom Software vs. Off...

  • It will not be wrong to call our mobile phones as our digital companions. Every walk of our life has been touched by these small handheld devices that always stay by our side, even more than our friends and family. From morning walks to shopping, from emails to fetching a cab, we are increasingly dependent on our mobile applications. The smartphone industry is currently revolving around Android and iPhone devices (a little bit of Windows and BlackBerries too). Keeping in mind the requirment of an end user, the mobile app development industry has outstretched its potential and currently is i...

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