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Hyperspace

Internet of Things Predictions for 2017

When it comes to IoT predictions, 2017 will see solutions solving business pain points jump to hyperspace as VC funding dries up for many platform plays. As we move into 2017, the marketplace will start to separate the “build it

Jacksonville

Give Smartphone Users Mobile Web Apps or Else!

Replace heavyweight, desktop focused, bandwidth eating, Web 1.0 sites with lightweight Mobile Web apps using responsive web design. Just like their native counterparts, many Web 1.0 apps were built with a particular screen resolution in mind where bigger was better

Milwaukee

Web 1.0 Server Round-Trips are Like Watching Paint Dry

Replace wasteful, server round-trip Web 1.0 sites built with Cold Fusion, CGI, ASP, Servlets, Perl and Livewire with AJAX empowered web apps. The 90s web moved from online brochures to a technology that could be used for actual apps through

fog

The Cloud is Dead, Long Live the Edge

We interrupt your regularly scheduled migration to the cloud to bring you a much more important megatrend called the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things demands a low-latency, distributed, peer-to-peer environment that can only be found in the fog

Orlando

It’s Time to Dump your 1990s App Authentication

Migrate Win32 applications secured by client/server database logins to mobile apps that use OAuth & enterprise cloud directories for authentication instead. Do you know Scott Tiger? Are you familiar with SA and no password? If so, you probably worked with client/server

Russell Wilson

The Industrial Internet of Things is Like Football

The Industrial Internet of Things is a lot like football. Sensors relay data to devices like a center hikes the ball to a quarterback. Devices send telemetry to IIoT platforms like a quarterback passes the ball to a receiver. IIoT

Boston

Complexity Kills so Simplify your Mobile Apps Now

Migrate Win32 apps with complex user interfaces to mobile apps where each screen is focused on a single task or idea. The 90s was a time where many developers did their best to create NASA mission control screens. If an