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Enterprise Mobility : Ecosystem and Landscape

Posted on 31st Aug 2015 in Blog

In our previous blog in the blog series Enterprise Mobility, we have discussed about its evolution and the need for it. In this blog, we will discuss about enterprise mobility ecosystem and a little about its landscape.

An enterprise can be of small, mid or large size. Earlier, only large enterprises were considered to embrace well-defined catalysts in their execution cycle, due to cost and infrastructure overheads.

Enterprise Mobility – Evolution and Stages of EM

Posted on 31st Aug 2015 in Blog

Enterprises stress at gaining competitive advantage. User delight, efficient/productive workforce, and resource optimization lead them to versatile challenges for mobility. In the process of achieving it, the companies might face challenges in terms of data security, enterprise data gateway, device/platform diversity, manageability (application distribution and data management), and user experience. In order to break through challenges and fulfil the need of desired focus areas, enterprise solutions have also emerged with time. 

How does outsourcing Enterprise Mobility help in cost-cutting?

Posted on 31st Aug 2015 in Blog

By now, we all have understood the importance of Enterprise Mobility. It helps in increasing the productivity, smart decision-making and acts as a cost benefit analysis. Many-a-companies will feel that it is always better to build an IT infrastructure for automating the workforce. Building an in-house enterprise mobility solution not only incurs costs but also there are many chances for failure.

Cloud Computing – I

Posted on 31st Aug 2015 in Blog

Cloud computing refers to the practice of transitioning computer services such as computation or data storage to multiple redundant offsite locations available on the Internet, which allows application software to be operated using internet-enabled devices.

The essential characteristics of Cloud Computing:

On-demand self-service: Individuals can obtain computing capabilities such as server time or network storage on their own.

Why Enterprise Mobility shouldn’t be in-house?

Posted on 31st Aug 2015 in Blog

Scalability: In an ever-changing business environment, scalability is essential in administrative, functional and geographic fronts. The application architecture must accommodate an increasing number of licensed devices users-on-demand. Managing & budgeting a growing a number of licensed devices may be a challenge. Front-end application functionality must be easily adaptable to include new features because of used demand.


Posted on 31st Aug 2015 in Blog

The research done on IT and business performance by Luftman, 2003 has found that (a) the more successfully a firm can align information technology with the business goals, the more profitable it will be, and (b) only one-quarter of firms achieve alignment of IT with the business. About half of a business firm’s profits can be explained by alignment of IT with business.

5 ways to impress your customer with FarEye

Posted on 31st Aug 2015 in Blog

Most of the businesses today are becoming customer-centric. Specially, in an organisation where your field executive acts as a brand ambassador. Be it be after-sales, delivery, BFSI or any other sector field executives have become the touch points to the customer. Learn how to improve the customer satisfaction with FarEye and delight your customer. (1) Easy and better user interface for feedback: Technology always amazes the customer. 

Why the demand for automation is increasing ?

Posted on 31st Aug 2015 in Blog

“Automation” – is a buzzword now, where the involvement of field workforce is more. The motto of automation is : to complete tasks faster with fewer errors at cheaper costs. Specially, in a service provider organisation the common issues faced are : time loss to analyze the work request, accurate assessment of resource availability, right people at the right place, lack of optimization of resources, lack of accountability and lack of visibility of the work execution

Amazon RDS + Postgres – Activate slow query logs

Posted on 28th Aug 2015 in Blog

Login to your AWS console and go to RDS.
From the left menu, select Parameter Groups
Create a new parameter group for Postgres, by copying the default Postgres parameter group
Edit the following parameters in the new group:
Modify the RDS instance and apply the new parameters group.
Beware – If you are applying group for the first time, it will require a RDS reboot.


Posted on 6th Jun 2013 in Blog

If we observe the some of the enterprises, lack of proper co-ordination and integration seems to be a major issue which is worrying them. Getting all the different kinds of systems in a company to work together has proven a major challenge. One solution is to implement enterprise applications