"As end-user demands and requirements have evolved, extending the performance
and scalability benefits of our Ultra Messaging software to audiences
accessing applications on any Web-enabled device has been a priority for many
customers in the financial services arena" said Mike Pickett, VP of Product
Marketing for Ultra Messaging at Informatica, as it was announced jointly by
Informatics and Kaazing that Kaazing's WebSocket Gateway technology will
henceforth be integrated into Informatica's Ultra Messaging product line to
enable the seamless, reliable and secure delivery of real-time information to
any Web-enabled device.
"Ensuring that information is delivered in real-time between a client and a
browser," Pickett continued, "Kaazing's WebSocket Gateway technology gives
Informatics the power to do just that, allowing customers to reach new
audiences and expand thei... (more)
Every industry has stiff competition and technological revolutions have
become huge while gadgets that brought these revolutions became small. It
started with the Internet bringing business to itself and everything was just
a click away. Later on, business started to migrate into the palm of your
hand with the advent of smartphones. Smartphones like iPhone and Blackberry
have added to the success of businesses. To be successful with your business
you need to keep up with time and technology.
Web 2.0 has made the Internet more interactive and personal. Today as the Net
is accesse... (more)
Apple is apparently more reasonable than it lets on.
Back in 2010 it offered Samsung a license. Apple estimates that it might have
cost Samsung $288 million back then. Now it's asking $2.5 billion and that's
just in the current case in California.
FOSS Patents calls it "the most spectacular revelation of the ongoing trial."
In August of 2010 a "shocked" Apple, upset that a major supplier could copy
its iPhone technology, handed Samsung a detailed presentation of dozens of
examples of where it believed the Korean company's Galaxy S phone infringed
Most of those pa... (more)
Gone are the days when IT was seen as unimportant or unchanging. IT is no
longer only about supporting employees—it integral to businesses. CEOs have
taken note of the fact that customers are more likely to interact with your
brand through an app than a person, and companies are trying to reposition
themselves in the new application economy. That allows IT departments to be
more innovative and flex their creative muscles.
Application economy leaders and laggards
Now, IT is no longer a just a cost center, but a strategic weapon. A recent
survey of 1,425 IT and business leaders con... (more)
Welcome to a series on three concepts decision makers must understand for
their own mobile application development. Many companies are creating
mobile applications for internal and external use. Some of these mobile
apps are systems that exist in some other form, such as a traditional web
application. Or, perhaps a company wants to speed up an old Microsoft Access
database entry form and increase its accessibility. Some are pioneering new
ways to utilize the mobile connectivity with applications that change the way
we interact with our world around us.
No matter what kind of ... (more)
Mobile adoption rates are on the rise and if market reports are any
indication, growth rates aren’t slowing down anytime soon. Consumers and
employees alike are the driving forces behind mobile adoption spurred by the
evolution in mobile device capabilities along with the speed of mobile
A recent Morgan Stanley research study predicts that sales of smartphones
will overtake PC sales (including both desktops and notebooks) in the next
two years, supporting the demands of our always-connected society.
[Disclosure: Kapow Software is a sponsor of BriefingsDirect podcasts.]