Is watching sports at work really such a bad thing?

Tuesday, 31/March/2015 - at 1:53 AM

Is watching sports at work really such a bad thing?Technical tools can help limit IT degradation, but is worker productivity really suffering?Question: Over the past two weeks, how much time did you spend watching college basketball games and peeking at your brackets while you were supposed to be working? Be honest. I admit I had…

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Four rules to build a winning app

Wednesday, 25/March/2015 - at 7:10 PM

Four rules to build a winning appWhile there are best practices and things to consider when building an app, it takes more than ticking boxes to get something really great.As we’ve seen with apps like Tinder, creating a good app is more than just a matter of finding a “niche.” A recent survey from CA…

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Designing an app? Don’t forget the cool factor

Tuesday, 24/March/2015 - at 3:53 PM

Designing an app? Don’t forget the cool factorA new survey by CA Technologies reveals that customers are disruptors in the app market more than ever before – so does your app stack up to their expectations?You can’t judge a book by its cover — but we usually do anyway. A catchy title and compelling cover…

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Lessons the enterprise can learn from China’s explosive mobile growth

Monday, 23/March/2015 - at 7:53 PM

Lessons the enterprise can learn from China’s explosive mobile growthAs China’s mobile growth has only scratched the surface, I take a look at what the opportunities are for API development and management to power the biggest piece of brand loyalty – your company’s app.China is becoming the largest mobile country in the world. As more…

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Space Radar Helps Track Underground Water Pollution Risk

Thursday, 19/March/2015 - at 8:00 AM

03-19-2015Satellite observations provide a new and more accurate way to assess where underground water in northern Italy is most at risk from pollutants. Space Radar Helps Track Underground Water Pollution Risk Source: NASA

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Successful Test Flights for Mars Landing Technology

Wednesday, 18/March/2015 - at 8:00 AM

03-18-2015The ADAPT test system can help a spacecraft divert its course and make a smooth, pinpoint landing. Two technology demonstration test flights were completed in California in 2014. Successful Test Flights for Mars Landing Technology Source: NASA

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