Showing posts from December 24, 2014

With a new programming language, called Ur/Web, write Web applications as self-contained programs.

Ur/Web, is not like the familiar Web frameworks, you usually meet, Adam Chlipala, the Douglas Ross Career Development Professor of Software Technology, describes its programming language, as a tool that goes beyond the interaction of components.
According to Adam Chlipala, its program turns high-level instructions into machine-executable code, automatically generates the corresponding XML code and style-sheet specifications and embeds the JavaScript and database code in the right places.
Ur/Web can coordinate disparate Web technologies stems from two properties it shares with programming languages, like C++ or Java. 
With Ur/Web, usernames would constitute their own data type, which would be handled much differently than database queries.
Itscompiler can analyze your full program and say, ‘‘Here is an exhaustive list of all the CSS classes that might be mentioned, and here is a description of the context in which each class might be used, which tells you what properties might be worth set…

Truth, tools, and realities IT managers, HR professionals and decision makers need, in our digital-driven world.

Productivity, performance, security, mobility and the end-to-end competitiveness are henceforth, the top priorities for IT managers, Human Resource professionals and decision makers need, to generate new revenues, and deal with our disruptive world. This also means that, to better attract, retain, support and motivate the global workforce now and in the future, companies should be conscious of that:
Constant connectivity is blurring the lines between professional and personal lives and devices. Employees have more and more seamless access to data when at the office, at home and on the road. 
Employees are using multiple devices; employees conduct work in different locations, the office still is the primary place of work; they are frequently interrupted; employees wear headphones in the office; employees still frequently IM or email colleagues who are located physically near them, rather than talking with them directly. 
People have increasing flexibility to choose when and where they me…

Security updates for OS X Mountain Lion, Mavericks, and Yosemite

As part of our Global Awareness System, reminds that, Apple has released security updates for OS X Mountain Lion, Mavericks, and Yosemite to address multiple vulnerabilities in the Network Time Protocol daemon. Exploitation of these vulnerabilities may allow a remote attacker to take control of a vulnerable system. Therefore, Connectikpeople.coencourages users and administrators to review Apple Security Update HT6601 and Vulnerability Note VU#852879 for additional information, and apply the necessary updates.

Transform your Digital Customer Experience in our digital-driven world.

Henceforth, customers expect and need a rich, secure and personalized experience when interacting with a company. This means inter alia, that, companies must provide more personalized, consistent interaction with their customers across store, web, mobile and social channels.
Enterprises must equip themselves to improve their digital, online and mobile skills, modernize their legacy IT systems and bridge the divide between the business and IT to fully address these expectations.