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A brief overview of Software as a Service

Posted On: Nov 24, 2014

Software as a Service abbreviated as SaaS refers to software available on cloud which can be used on subscription basis, example (per user per month or per user per year etc). What is SaaS? Software as a service is an offering from IT companies that help business by maintaining servers and applica.. Read More

Factors to consider when choosing Software

Posted On: Nov 24, 2014

Software has made life easier; we desire to put software in place to take care of most of our business needs. However there is always only one solution that will best fit your business and to find that one solution, here are few factors to consider. With the multitude of options available for makin.. Read More

How can automation technology increase business productivity?

Posted On: Nov 24, 2014

Software Automation refers to information technology that sets users free from manually carrying out certain repetitive tasks. By using automation software, users save more time that can be utilized for working on other parts of their job. In today’s highly demanding and competitive business .. Read More

What is Job Costing Software?

Posted On: Nov 24, 2014

Job Costing refers to accounting and budgeting for a task to estimate resource requirements and to find the actual cost to business, which in turns helps calculate the selling price of goods and services. You may be making profits in your business, but do you know how much? In this era of advanced .. Read More

Software for better business decision making

Posted On: Nov 24, 2014

Business decision making requires powerful tools and mechanisms and intelligent minds behind it, however instead of manually doing it, these days many softwares are available to help make better business decisions. With the recent inventions in the software industry business analytics software is u.. Read More

What is Big Data?

Posted On: Nov 24, 2014

Big Data refers to data and information which is much larger in magnitude as compared to traditional kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes or even terabytes. Big Data is all about petabytes (1000 terabytes), exabytes (1000 petabytes), zettabytes(1000 exabytes), yottabyte (1000 zettabytes) and so on. In t.. Read More

Direct and Indirect Interaction with Database

Posted On: Nov 24, 2014

A database is a collection of computerized operational\transactional data that is used by business users for supporting their day to day business activities. Database Management Systems are software that aid data storage, retrieval, manipulation of data. A front end software application is an appli.. Read More

What is XML Technology

Posted On: Sep 13, 2014

XML stands for Extensible Markup Language. The name extensible comes from the fact that users can create unlimited number of tags and reuse those tags; where as the name mark-up is because of XML’s simple approach to structure data that is by using descriptive labels. It was derived from SGML .. Read More

Advantages of XML

Posted On: Jul 09, 2014

There are many advantages of using XML, therefore it is widely used in modern day information technology; it has a wide range of uses in various segments of the industry. 1. Platform Independent – XML is 100% consistent with technologies like Java, also it can be used in conjunction with any .. Read More

Slowly Changing Dimensions and Date Chaining

Posted On: Jul 09, 2014

Attributes that experience changes once in a while are called slowly changing dimensions. Date type attributes that need to be updated while saving previous records, are managed using the concept of date chaining. In relational databases every schema has a unique identifier attribute, example a per.. Read More