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Mobile User Interfaces

  • Saturday, September 18, 2010
  • by hbopuri

Mobile User Interfaces
Abstract
In order for any UI to be successful, the vision and the work process (i.e. the concept design and the visual design / direction) must be there, and the technology must facilitate the implementation of such a vision. The UI vision is the undisputed law as a fundamental part of the device storytelling and brand positioning. Everything else is subordinate.
I would like to use this opportunity to work on Rich Mobile user interface to Make a Good Looking List with Powerful Features, customized Grids, Layouts in other words to make it modern by using Tool kits like Resco Mobile Forms.
I have option to Choose platform from Android, Windows phone and iPhone, out of those I choose to work on Windows Phone because it’s because the most popular development environment in developer community.

Business Intelligence

  • Saturday, April 24, 2010
  • by hbopuri

Business Intelligence
This is a technique implemented to get the data, in user required format. To be more specific, with BI a Computer can generate a report of an organization performance in Past, Present and also can predict the future performance. It can be in any means i.e., report based on sales, performance etc.
Based on these reports generated, Organization's makes decisions for the better performance of their entity.
In other words, Business Intelligence has made Decision Making much easier than before.
“Gartner” has acknowledged Microsoft as leader in Business Intelligence. As we are aware that Microsoft is working hard to reach the BI to all the common users through the software they develop, such as Microsoft Office.

Multimedia Communication Systems

  • Thursday, March 25, 2010
  • by hbopuri

Factors and Impacts of IT in Decision Making

  • Saturday, March 20, 2010
  • by hbopuri

Introduction


Different factors affect the performance of these collaboration projects. These factors are related either to the project's macro or micro environments, to the partners involved, to the collaboration process, to the project development process, and to the governance methods used to organize and manage the project. We have grouped these factors into five dimensions represented in the conceptual model illustrated in figure 2. A sixth dimension should be added--the performance level of the collaboration and the service delivery program that it operates.
A central Information Technology Services (ITS) organization led by Vice Provost Larry Merkley.

Approach to System Development

  • Friday, February 12, 2010
  • by hbopuri

An alternative to the SDLC is Rapid Application Development, which combines prototyping, Joint Application Development and implementation of CASE tools. The advantages of RAD are speed, reduced development cost, and active user involvement in the development process.

Rapid Application Development (RAD) refers to a type of software development methodology that uses minimal planning in favor of rapid prototyping. The "planning" of software developed using RAD is interleaved with writing the software itself. The lack of extensive pre-planning generally allows software to be written much faster, and makes it easier to change requirements.

It should not be assumed that just because the waterfall model is the oldest original SDLC model that it is the most efficient system. At one time the model was beneficial mostly to the world of automating activities that were assigned to clerks and accountants. However, the world of technological evolution is demanding that systems have a greater functionality that would assist help desk technicians/administrators or information technology specialists/analysts.

When organizations adopt rapid development methodologies, care must be taken to avoid role and responsibility confusion and communication breakdown within the development team, and between the team and the client. In addition, especially in cases where the client is absent or not able to participate with authority in the development process, the system analyst should be endowed with this authority on behalf of the client to ensure appropriate prioritization of non-functional requirements. Furthermore, no increment of the system should be developed without a thorough and formally documented design phase

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[Multimedia is not invention but an ongoing discovery of how the mind and the universes it imagines (or vise versus depending) fit together and interacts. Multimedia is where we have always been going. Geeks and art boys, emerging together from the caves of Altamira, have long been about this great work.]