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28 Jul

Using SMS Gateways to Reach Clients

In the past, sending bulk SMS meant that you had to have your own personal computer or laptop to install an application on, create a contact list, and send the SMS messages. This becomes a problem when the user does not have a personal computer or laptop to work on, but has a smart phone or tablet. As more and more people are moving over to using smart devices such as smart phones and tablets, this meant that an application that could be used by these devices would need to b...

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19 Jul

How Do You Build a Secure Web Application?

According to Microsoft, it is not possible to design and build a secure Web application until you know your threats. After you know your threats, design with security in mind by applying timeworn and proven security principles. As developers, you must follow secure coding techniques to develop secure, robust, and hack-resilient solutions. The design and development of application layer software must be supported by a secure network, host, and application configuration on the...

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17 Jul

Data Management Insights

Data may be your most valuable resource. Data management refers to an organization's management of information and data for secure and structured access and storage. It is a process that includes acquiring, validating, storing, protecting, and processing required data to ensure the accessibility, reliability, and timeliness of the data for its users. Organizations and enterprises are making use of Big Data more than ever before to inform business decisions and gain deep insig...

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04 Jul

Basics on Web Apps

According to Wikipedia, a web app "is an application that is accessed via a web browser over a network such as the Internet." So how is this different than a web site?

The difference is subjective, but most would agree that a web site will generally just be informational and a web app provides functionality. For example, Wikipedia is a website; it provides information. Facebook is a web app.

Don't let the word "app" confuse ...

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