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Progress Software announces the details of a financially successful 2013.
Progress partner Brixxs helps taxi companies in The Netherlands to comply with strict government regulations using Progress Pacific.
As apps become an industry standard, APM will be top of mind as companies strive to meet high expectations and customer demands.
Karen Padir describes the evolution of PaaS and explains what it means for businesses today.
Gary Calcott predicts wearables will get a lot of publicity in 2014 but smartphones will remain extremely important to consumers.
Karen Padir says the recent surge in PaaS is because products and services have matured.
Progress helps Carego International solve healthcare challenges using platform as a service to develop applications to capture patient records.
Progress predicts mobile application development will remain at the forefront of IT concerns in 2014.
Ramesh Loganathan shares what trends the Indian and Global IT Industry should expect in 2014.
CTO Karen Padir predicts that instead of using multiple middleware solutions, in 2014 IT organizations will deploy PaaS on internal/external clouds for efficiency.
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