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One-third jobs will be taken by robots or software by 2025

In presents, robots and drones are replacing the most of the man power, and you believe or not but by the end of 2015, 30% job will be replaced by new technologies. According to researcher director, Peter Sondergaard, one day a drone may be your eyes and ears. In next five years, drones will be

15 technologies that transform the nature of programming

Many years back, developers wrote assembly code and run fast then light. On good time, they had budget to hire someone to toggle all those switches on the front of the machine to input their code. On bad time, they flipped the switches by themselves. Process was simple: software loaded data from memory, did some

Hadapt and Revelytix is acquired by Teradata for big data boost

Teradata adds data-analysis, data-prep and data-management capabilities by acquiring two notable companies from big data arena. Loom is a metadata management system, which is developed by Revelytix and it is compatible with a number of Hadoop distributions in which few are Hortonworks, IBM, Cloudera, Pivotal, Apache and MapR. Loom is geared for more quickly analysis,

Google Service – Live streaming data analysis

There are many options for companies and sites to analyze the data that gets uploaded, however seems like Google is one step ahead and planning for Google cloud Dataflow service that will enable to not only analyze live streaming data and batch data. This can certainly help the users of this service to change based

Focus highlighted by IT firms as re-skilling mid-tier managers

Recently, a mid-level manager in a Bangalore based company who is in his early 40s had hit a dead end in his phase of career. He had started as a software coder in the company, but no sooner recently elevated the position of a manger, which did bring in greater responsibilities. It also meant that

Human Error Number has now become the latest cause of IT Service Incidents

Human error has now has now topped the chart as the chief cause of IT service incidents as per the reports published by Dimension Data’s 2014 Network Barometer. It was also found in the report that in the year 2013, only 16% out of 91,000 IT service incidents that were logged through Dimension Data service

Efficient running of Facebook newsfeed through functional programming

Functional programming has been constantly used to debug complex codes and the same is being used by Facebook development team to fix on the bugs in their website. Facebook went along with the functional programming method to get the News feed updated in their client Apple iOS. This model has helped in tuning as well

Google engineer says, Necessity of more web programming language

According to the reports of a Google engineer, the scope of web application will vast and it might be able to even go beyond applications in terms of usability and functionality. This all can be achieved if the developers are given more programming languages. During a recent conference of programmers in NY, one of the

Why is being so tough for Indian IT companies to gain advantage over Japan’s IT market potential ???

The adaptation rate of Japan’s IT sector is around 80% in both Private business as well as Public offices. All the private companies and the government offices had aptly systemized their own business system way back and had utilized heavy systems software which have been proprietary developed together with being package based. Only apart from

10 Things eWebsuite will Never Miss in your Business Website

From thorough contact information to customer testimonials, there are many other elements besides how your website looks that go into making it customer-friendly. Here are the essentials that we keep in mind while designing your business website.   1. Describe clearly what you do When somebody visits your website, you don’t want them to investigative