Air Quality Sensing: Narrowing the Grid

Posted by Jean Paul de Vooght on Feb 11, 2016 9:47:44 PM

The World Economic Forum 2016 just concluded at Davos with climate action only occupying the lower end of the agendas. Some organizations though are aware of the impacts of business-as-usual (BAU) on climate change and incidentally on air quality, which is one of its societal consequences.

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Topics: Ness Connected

Accessibility Test Automation

Posted by Milind Patil on Feb 10, 2016 5:04:03 AM

In this current era of digital innovation, making an application inclusive for the differently abled should be considered paramount. Global regulatory compliances for accessibility ensure that standards are followed when making applications accessible to one and all. Accessible applications obviously establish themselves firmly into the market and often have wider reach in comparison to an application that isn’t compliant.

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Topics: Automation

Big Data Analytics with Clickstream

Posted by Naveen Rajagopalan on Feb 3, 2016 6:58:43 AM

Clickstream is the route visitors choose when navigating through any given website. It’s a collection of events collected on the pages visited, products viewed, items searched for a given user. The data from clickstream is one facet of many that provide valuable insights on assessing performance of multi-channel marketing. Data mining of click paths caters to the interest of users and the capability to personalize the experience for a given user.

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Topics: Data Mining, Big Data

5 Steps to Build an Effective Omnichannel Strategy

Posted by Mark Lister & James Williams on Feb 2, 2016 1:49:45 AM

The Chief Digital Officer for Ness SES, Mark Lister and the Director, Digital Practice, North America, James Williams, outline five recommended steps that companies should take to determine how they can best implement a successful omnichannel strategy.

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Topics: Omnichannel Strategy

Progressive Web Apps – The New Future of Mobile Apps?

Posted by Dharmendra Kapadia on Jan 28, 2016 12:23:04 AM

Mobile apps have now become ubiquitous. Google has proposed a way to have one app be equal on both web and on mobile devices – Progressive Web Apps. Such apps take advantage of the modern web and browser capabilities to provide a full native app experience on any form factor. Progressive apps load quickly even on slow network connections, send push notifications, and have a splash screen and an icon on the home screen. When launched from the home screen, these apps blend into the environment; they're top-level, full-screen, and work offline. Progressive web apps are an interesting forward look into the future of mobile apps.

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Topics: Apps, Mobility

2016 Design Trends

Posted by Mark Lister on Jan 27, 2016 2:11:05 AM

It will be a year for embedding design patterns into our favorite sites so that interactions feel intuitive across all our devices. Websites now need to be completely and thoughtfully responsive to match user expectations. Specific trends to follow as you jump around the Internet include:

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Topics: Trends, Design, UX

Is Your Organization Ready for DevOps Implementation?

Posted by Rajeev Sharma on Jan 20, 2016 10:37:34 PM

A Q&A with Rajeev Sharma, Chief Solutions Officer at Ness SES

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Topics: DevOps

Big Data in 2016

Posted by Moshe Kranc on Jan 18, 2016 9:27:36 PM

Big Data is still an emerging field, with far too many products, promises and pratfalls. Despite all that, this is the season when industry pundits make fearless predictions about how Big Data will evolve in 2016. Many prognosticators take a high-risk approach, titillating the reader with highly speculative projections. If it comes true, the pundit is hailed as a genius. If not, no one will remember.

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Topics: Big Data, Hadoop

The What, Why and How of DevOps

Posted by Valentino Fernandes on Jan 14, 2016 12:42:10 AM

DevOps is no longer a buzzword with more and more companies starting to practise it.

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Topics: Agile, development, DevOps

Predictions 2016 – IoT, Payment & Loyalty Programs, APIs

Posted by Kuruvilla Mathew on Jan 12, 2016 1:57:40 AM

2016 will surely usher in a number of interesting technology innovations.  Here are some of my predictions for the areas of IoT, payment and loyalty programs, and the increasing value of APIs, given what is happening in the marketplace and the type of work Ness is doing with its own customers.

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Topics: Payments, IoT