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Managing Digital Transformation in Business

By Nick McKenna | 1st January 2021
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Successfully managing your digital transformation is vital to the survival of your business in an increasingly digital landscape. This article will discuss the main digital transformation methods and how the advantages of digital transformation, overall, far outweigh the challenges you might face in the implementation … more

Legacy System Migration: Moving to Modern Technology Without Pain

By Nick McKenna | 12th October 2020
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What Is Legacy Migration? A legacy system is an outdated computing software or hardware that is still in use. While these systems may still meet the requirements they were originally designed for, they are typically based on old technologies that are no longer common. Legacy … more

Explaining the Main Services in Cloud Computing

By Nick McKenna | 2nd October 2020
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Are you looking to develop a new cloud based storage solution to meet the needs of your business? By explaining what cloud based services are, the main services in cloud computing and the advantages of cloud computing, we hope to give you the knowledge you … more

Are You Thinking About IoT?

By Nick McKenna | 11th April 2020
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Are You Thinking About IoT? If you are thinking about creating a new product or integrating an existing product with the Internet of Things, it’s probably because you’ve heard about the great benefits of IoT device integration. Simply put, what this means is making a physical … more

Why Having A Disaster Recovery Plan Is A Failure

By Nick McKenna | 24th January 2020
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I was asked to fill in a supplier questionnaire recently. One of the questions was “Does your organisation have a disaster recovery plan?”. The answer to this for us is “yes,” it’s short and sweet and can be found on Confluence: “Everyone will work from … more

A Brief Guide on the Different Types of Cloud Services

By Nick McKenna | 15th January 2020
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There are three key types of cloud services that are of interest to modern organisations: Software-as-a-service (SaaS) Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) In this article, we will look at each individual type of cloud service and also compare them to each other. Software-As-A-Service (SaaS) Software-as-a-service (SaaS) … more

Application Software Integration Explained

By Nick McKenna | 10th January 2020
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Connecting Your Internet Of Things Device With Your App Most Internet Of Things devices has a companion App that they work with. The App integration usually allows the Internet Of Things device user to remotely control the device, get status data from it and extract reports etc. … more

Using WOPI To Embed Microsoft Office In Your Web App (Part 1)

By Nick McKenna | 3rd February 2019
Using Wopi to Embed Microsoft Office

Web Application Development Are you thinking about harnessing the capabilities of Office Online (Office Online Server or Office 365) to enhance your web Application by embedding Word, Excel, Powerpoint? This is the first in a series of blog posts relating to embedding Microsoft Office document editing capability using WOPI … more

Microsoft Azure IoT Hub

By Nick McKenna | 15th January 2019
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The creation of your Internet Of Things (IoT) device will require extensive back-end development as well as device development. Fortunately, you can simplify, speed up and reduce the cost of your back-end development by using off-the-shelf components. This helps you focus more on the unique aspects of … more

Internet Of Things Security

By Nick McKenna | 14th January 2019
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If you are building an Internet Of Things (IoT) device then you are likely extending your network to a much wider audience. For example, you may be deploying a light bulb device that connects to a home hub. The home hub then reports back some … more