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Mar 3, 2021 9 min

Business Analysis of a New Product: Understanding the Process

share: Even though every new product development process starts with a groundbreaking idea, it may not be the right one for your customer needs. What you see as a potential success might not, in reality, find its way to the target audience or survive the competition. Furthermore, even a new product in demand might struggle…

Feb 5, 2021 7 min

Web App vs. Desktop App: What Is the Difference?

share: Many apps play a huge role in our everyday and business lives, allowing us to make payments, manage meetings, create and edit content, analyze data, and much more. In 2019, users downloaded 204 billion desktop and web applications, and this is just the beginning. This figure is expected to grow to 258 billion in…

DevOps implementation
Jan 28, 2021 8 min

6 Steps to Implement DevOps from Scratch

  share: These days, in order to stay competitive companies, have to follow continuously changing trends and adapt to rapidly transforming consumer behaviors, wants, and needs. On top of that, products and services are expected to be developed and delivered faster and with timely marketing campaigns preceding. All that is only possible with help of…

cloud java computing
Jan 26, 2021 9 min

Cloud-Native Java Trends in 2021

share: Over the past few years, the popularity of cloud-native technologies has been rapidly increasing due to their high flexibility and adaptability to business needs. This advancement helps build better software faster and stay well ahead of competitors. So, let’s have a look at the latest сloud-native Java trends and discuss what to expect in…

why do companies outsource
Jan 19, 2021 9 min

Why Do Companies Choose to Outsource Work?

share: As the global competition keeps increasing, businesses of all sizes turn to outsourcing as one of their main strategies. It turns out that over one-third of all small businesses outsource at least one of their processes, while giants like Microsoft and Google (among others) have as many contractors as direct employees — from marketing…