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The accelerated pace of digital transformation that the COVID-19 crisis brought about also brings with it several security challenges. Any company responsible for developing applications and software for businesses must contend with security challenges that the changing landscape brings, in addition to braving the difficulties of the pandemic.
APAC enterprises who are leaders in their local market are usually much more nimble, and their DXP approach is usually more composable. Going for a monolithic approach following the example of the other market would see them falling into the trap of getting overcharged for features they don’t need, in addition to the cost of customization.
One of the major problems with software development is that there is a tendency for coders and implementers to forget about design and assume that it will be done afterwards. Like any project in any field, it is generally better to incorporate design considerations into the initial planning stages to achieve the best results.
What comes to mind when you think of technology and digital? Maybe your mind wanders forward, and you become concerned about the impact of rogue or unbridled AI. Or maybe you are amazed by SpaceX and competing variants. Or you picture thousands of coders working for startups or digital giants creating the next amazing app or device.
Digital transformation is offering organizations of every size the promise of a new way of doing business, delivering efficiency, cost-savings and the opportunity to enhance customer relations.
Software development and deployment tool specialist Progress has announced a new verison of Progress Telerik Test Studio, its enterprise UI test automation platform.
Progress Telerik Test Studio R2 2021 is said to decreases app deployment time through new features and enhancements for easily identifying and fixing test failures.
Progress announced the R2 2021 release of Progress Telerik Test Studio, the enterprise UI test automation platform. With this release, Progress decreases app deployment time through new features and enhancements for easily identifying and fixing test failures. Progress also introduced support for .NET 5, .NET Core and .NET 6 Preview to extend coverage of WPF application testing as well as flexible license management for enterprise customers.
Security is table stakes for any managed file transfer (MFT) solution, and it’s important for organizations to understand the different levels of security. Mark Towler, senior product marketing manager, Progress, delves into the different types of secure MFT solutions and provides the top tips for intrusion prevention.
Leading provider of products to develop, deploy and manage business apps, Progress, has released a SaaS analytics, personalization and optimization system, Progress Sitefinity Insight with new digital marketing capabilities designed to help marketers adapt and pivot in the ‘new norm’.
For businesses around the world, building a great digital platform is essential. However, compared to other regions, the consumer culture in ASEAN is very much different.
To understand AIOps, it helps to consider one very weird thought: the technological systems that we humans have built have become too complex to be managed by mere humans.
Specifically, the IT operations that run businesses have galloped forward in complexity, leaving their human masters in semi-bewilderment.
The Progress MOVEit Cloud, a cloud-based, managed file transfer (MFT) software, is now available via Microsoft Azure in Australia and the UK to assist businesses meet complex compliance and data protection regulation needs in those regions, Progress announces.
Progress announced the expansion of its Women in STEM scholarship series to India with the establishment of the “Progress Software Akanksha Scholarship for Women in STEM.”
Progress announces the winners of its global hackathon The Worthy Web, a six-week virtual competition which attracted 1,200 participants from 83 countries and garnered 52 submitted projects.
Winners of The Worthy Web Hackathon announced. 1,200 developers, 83 countries, and $40,000 in prizes.
Technology company Progress has announced the winners of its global hackathon, The Worthy Web. The six-week virtual competition was attended by nearly 1,200 participants from 83 countries, with 52 projects submitted.
A six-week virtual global hackathon called The Worthy Web announced its winners on Friday. The hackathon conducted by Nasdaq-listed Progress had attracted 1,200 participants from 83 countries who submitted 52 projects. Held across April 7 to May 24, the challenge gave developers a chance to build apps for humanity using Progress’ Telerik and Kendo UI developer tools and projects were accepted in nine categories and competed for total prize money of $40,000.
IDC predicts that public cloud services spending in Asia Pacific will reach US$48.5 billion in 2021. This is not a surprise as cloud has proven to be a key driver of innovation in our increasingly digitized economy, and a core contributor to resilience in the context of the pandemic.
Competition for talent in the IT sector is hot and companies are constantly challenged to think of new ways to attract, retain and inspire their most valuable team members. Money remains a key factor but a growing number of businesses are realizing the importance of other factors, including access to innovative solutions and inspiration that motivate and bring additional value to the employees and employers alike.
Progress - which describes itself as a “high impact” applications comapny - says Sitefinity Insight will help marketers pivot to the post-COVID reality and deliver “differentiated customer experiences”.
“The new capabilities will arm marketers for the post-COVID reality and help them reduce data complexity, reliance on IT teams and adjust personalisation based on audience behaviour,” Progress said.
Returning to the office is taking longer than many people initially imagined, and the number of colleagues who come in every day will likely be changed for good.
That’s the word from the Massachusetts Competitive Partnership’s latest survey, conducted this spring and made public on Tuesday, of what office life will look like after the COVID-19 pandemic recedes. The business group’s survey covers some 113,500 employees in the state, working for 110 companies in various industries, primarily east of Interstate 495.