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Testing, Testing… Is this Internet On?

The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) has created an entirely new reality where physical devices and virtual interfaces co-exist for the first time. In this Connected World of...

What’s Driving the Future of Connected Cars?

When most people talk about self-driving cars, they envision a future that’s a long way off from the gridlocked reality of so many urban scenes today. “Sure, the robots will...

Integrating Test Automation into DevOps

DevOps is designed to enable a culture where development and operations come together to build, test and deploy the applications in order to reduce the overall deployment time. As...

How You Can Get Ready for the Wearables Revolution

Let’s talk wearables, shall we? For a while now they have been ‘the next big thing’ in device hardware, with promises to revolutionize tech in the same way smartphones have...

Why Testing Wearables is a BIG Idea

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Enterprise Mobility Trends for 2014

We saw some real changes in enterprise mobility in 2013, and it seems that it will continue to evolve through 2014. Here are some of the mobile trends that I see taking shape in...

What Does Wearable Computing Mean For Enterprises? (Part 2)

Now that we have discussed the probable potential enterprise uses of wearable computing that the future holds, let’s throw some light on the challenges enterprises will...

What Does Wearable Computing Mean For Enterprises? (Part 1)

In my last blog “Google Glass — The Next Big App Platform” I discussed about the potential of Glass in enterprise mobility. In this blog, I’ll discuss what wearable tech...

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