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Why Built-Operate-Transfer (BOT)?

Why Built-Operate-Transfer (BOT)?

“ In the last months we have received some BOT demands from some large enterprises especially from Europe and we had several negotiations with them. Below we want to share with our followers our impressions regarding the concerns, feelings and the alternative searches of any CEO of any enterprise in case of expanding their production into other countries.”

Common Criteria provides a wealth of information about IT security

Common Criteria provides a wealth of information about IT security

Setting up a multilingual full functional support team in a short timeframe is not easy. It requires well-planned transition and efficient team selection process. There are more incompetent support advocates compared to excellent ones and also transition process planning requires unique experience and has lots of technical and business risks to overcome.

How we set up a multilingual full functional support team in a short timeframe – while transferring years long operation

How we set up a multilingual full functional support team in a short timeframe – while transferring years long operation

Setting up a multilingual full functional support team in a short timeframe is not easy. It requires well-planned transition and efficient team selection process. There are more incompetent support advocates compared to excellent ones and also transition process planning requires unique experience and has lots of technical and business risks to overcome.

Technical Excellence and Agility

Technical Excellence and Agility

We have already started talking about the challenges of distributed agile teams in our previous blog post “Remote Teams in an Era of Agile”. Now, we continue with another topic which is essential to succeed in an era of agile software development.

Running with Clogs in the Space

Running with Clogs in the Space

Nearly almost all organizations, even which use agile practices, get in a tizzy with legacy applications. As the time went by, based on outmoded architecture, those ones have been expected to do things beyond for what they were originally designed decades ago.

Redefining Perfection with Secure Software Development Approach

Redefining Perfection with Secure Software Development Approach

Making software security a focal point in the process of designing, developing and delivering software applications is crucial for the ultimate success of these applications. Developing party needs to create trust in the user regarding the protection of critical assets and operational reliability. Therefore, software security becomes a fundamental requirement of software applications. Many companies started to meet software security requirements in accordance with the secure software development framework it has developed, which consists of a rule set defined within the software and security teams. This rule set are defined taking into account various international standards and industry best practices.

A Couple of Tips For Software Quality

A Couple of Tips For Software Quality

Mediocre-quality software is available anywhere and everywhere. We have all encountered it using our desktops, smart phones, running applications from the cloud, and suffered various amounts of pain both as user and developer. Dealing with software, I had done my share of losing and causing loss, and I had done it my way.

IS THE “SMART HOME” DEAD?

IS THE “SMART HOME” DEAD?

Likely, most people who are interested in subjects within the scope of IoT have an awareness of its applications in Smart Home.

TO ERR IS HUMAN, TO ERR*ERR IS MACHINE

TO ERR IS HUMAN, TO ERR*ERR IS MACHINE

Back in 1770s, when Wolfgang von Kempelen built the Mechanical Turk, he was too confident that it would beat the pit out of Maria Theresa in a chess match.

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