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With new features such as incremental build support, OpenTelemetry integration, and dynamic data masking, developers can build robust, more secure business applications while optimizing performance.
Infrastructure software provider, Progress, has announced the introduction of new features to its OpenEdge platform. This trusted platform is utilized globally by over 100,000 customers and these enhancements are designed to speed up application modernization.
Progress has introduced the latest version of Progress OpenEdge. With OpenEdge 12.8, organizations can streamline their development procedures, enhance database performance, fortify application security, and remain up-to-date with the ever-evolving technology trends.
Artificial intelligence (AI) currently only includes edge computing as 5% of its makeup, but some estimates predict we will see this rise to 50% over the coming years.
So what will the next year hold? We spoke to tech experts to learn their predictions for the year ahead.
With AI models able to detect patterns and make predictions that would be difficult or impossible for a human to do manually, the potential applications for tools such as ChatGPT across the healthcare, finance and customer service industries are huge.
Since the beginning of the web, content has reigned supreme, and as such, content management systems (CMS) have emerged as the backbones of online content and presentation. A CMS is more than just a tool for creating and managing digital content; it’s at the core of a brand's digital strategy, enabling seamless collaboration, content distribution and a consistent online experience. As businesses strive to capture and retain the attention of an increasingly digital audience, understanding the importance of the CMS becomes crucial. This article examines the CMS, exploring its history, why it matters more than ever today, and how it empowers businesses to efficiently manage their online content, engage with their audience, and ultimately drive their business.
DevOps has reshaped organizational structures, fostered open communication, and encouraged shared ownership and accountability. It has even dismantled the notion of security as an afterthought and advocates for seamless integration in the development process from the onset.
DevSecOps has evolved rapidly over the past decade. What began as a niche practice for seamlessly integrating security into agile development workflows has become integral to modern software engineering. Automation through extensive scripting and infrastructure-as-code has enabled teams to consistently ship secure code at speed.
With technological advancements making headlines more than ever this year, 2024 technology predictions are gearing up to be fascinating. In this article, a range of technology experts give their predictions for the year ahead.
We hear from Sara Faatz from Progress to discuss the pivotal role of human-centered design in technology. We explore how this approach, focusing on inclusivity and accessibility, is reshaping the way digital applications are developed, particularly for people with disabilities. We discuss the global need for inclusive digital solutions, the business implications of neglecting this aspect, and the strategies to implement effective human-centric design.
2023 has been a busy year for AI. From the continual release of ChatGPT features, to more companies and marketers now actively pursuing and investing in Generative AI projects and process augmentation, what we have seen so far is only the beginning of a much broader transformation that will impact brands, marketers, and consumers in the next decade.
Most organizations see cloud as the primary destination on their IT modernization journey. Yet edge environments—the places where business happens—should also be part of the itinerary as companies transition to data-first businesses.
Frontier Enterprise presents an insightful compilation of 2024 technology predictions. The incoming year’s forecast coverage includes AI/ML, automation, the cloud, data centres, digital transformation, the future of work, supply chain management, and more.
The time is now for enterprises that haven’t already done so to explore the potential of AI for their organizations. A report by Accenture reveals 73% of businesses claim that AI is their top digital investment priority.
Progress DataDirect is the provider of choice for organizations that need data to fuel their analytics, business intelligence, and operational programs. With a wide array of data connectors and sources, DataDirect ensures you have the data you need—when you need it.
Progress announced it has been recognized as a 2023 Gartner® Peer Insights™ Customers’ Choice for Digital Experience Platforms (DXP). Based on feedback and ratings from end-user professionals, Progress is one of just four vendors to receive a “Customers’ Choice” distinction and the only vendor to receive it for midsize enterprise ($50 million–$1 billion) companies.
Sara Faatz has it pretty good.
For the second consecutive summer, Faatz, the director of technology community relations at Burlington-based Progress software company, and her husband spent her workdays bobbing up and down in the Atlantic Ocean near the Bahamas. “It was fantastic,” she says.
Undeniably, artificial intelligence (AI) affects organizations across all industries. Most business owners (97% according to a survey by Forbes) believe that AI will play a role in supporting their business.
App development and infrastructure software provider, Progress has made Progress Sitefinity 15 available, delivering new generative AI (GenAI) support throughout the platform, enabling marketers to create personalized content at scale.