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Mobilizing the Enterprise: Choosing between Custom Mobile Solutions and Ready-Made Apps

By Anna Orlova on October 23, 2014

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One of the reasons the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend has become so popular among businesses is that it boosts employees’ personal productivity. Having your company’s business apps always at hand on phones and tablets allows workers to stay connected to all the key data, contacts and tools when outside the office. Yet, if left uncontrolled, BYOD can be counterproductive and exposes organizations to risks in terms of security and access to confidential data.

Introducing Innovation in Cultural Institutions through the Use of
Mobile Technology

By Anna Orlova on October 9, 2014

Introducing innovation in cultural institutions through the use of mobile technology

Annual school excursions and occasional public events are, of course, good business for galleries and museums, but if you aim to draw customers all year round, introducing mobile technology is the right strategy. The new thrilling and engaging ways to view art and science that augmented reality and indoor location-tagging technologies bring to visitors help to preserve and increase the overall competitiveness of cultural institutions.

6 Key Considerations
When Testing Mobile Apps

By Anna Orlova on October 2, 2014

6 Key Considerations When Testing Mobile Apps

If you have ever visited the Quality Assurance section of our website, you will have noticed that functional testing, listed among several testing services, is included in all our project estimates. You might feel that while major mobile projects, for example iOS 8, do require preliminary testing before official release in order to ensure that users’ phones can at least connect to a carrier, most mobile apps seem to have not much to test.

Achieving Excellence in Healthcare with a Hospital Information System

By Anna Orlova on September 25, 2014

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Hospital information systems (HIS) have been in use for decades, yet medical institutions do not always make the most of them because they tend to favor optimizing just separate aspects of their business, such as finance or personnel management. For companies that are considering implementing HIS or that are looking for ways to boost the efficiency of an existing one, we offer the following overview of healthcare information system potential and provide recommendations on how to use the system to full advantage.

5 Reasons to Optimize
Your App for iOS 8

By Anna Orlova on September 10, 2014

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Whether your iOS app is generating income for you, mostly used as a company marketing tool that you manage, or just something you put together as a hobby – our impression is that without a doubt Apple’s latest iOS 8 mobile operating system release represents a must-do upgrade to your existing app offerings.

First-Timer Insights:
4 Mobile App-Launching Myths

By Anna Orlova on September 4, 2014

First-Timer Insights: 4 Mobile App-Launching Myths

If you’re considering turning your innovative idea into a novel app, you’ve more than likely been flooded with alleged horror stories of first-time app development disasters – which may tend to scare you away from taking your shot at publishing the next hit app of Flappy Bird proportions.

To help dispel the hoopla around first-time app dev crash & burn, we had a chat about common industry myths and misconceptions with Anna Andreevskaja and Svetlana Grachova, two of our app creator clients who just launched their mission, Taste A Movie.

Azoft Takes the Ice Bucket Challenge

By Nastya Tolstikova on September 1, 2014

Zoia Diakova, Azoft's server-side team lead, dared us to the Ice Bucket Challenge. And here we are, ready to bring attention to ALS, a terrible disease.

Unique Strengths of IBM Watson or How Can Your Business Benefit from Cognitive Computing

By Anna Orlova on August 21, 2014

Meet IBM Watson: How Can Your Business Benefit from Cognitive Computing

While Apple’s Siri may be the most charming implementation of cognitive computing technology so far, the most feature-rich and the most promising project – Sorry, Siri – is IBM Watson, an artificially intelligent computer system capable of answering questions in a natural, not programming language. Watson increases human intelligence and provides an enriching experience, contributing to every business and every aspect of life.