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Over the years architecture and its implementation have proven to be vastly important, especially when it comes to changing business needs and market conditions. Typically such a process comes as a result of connecting various services and systems so they best meet specific needs. In the past such action was rather involved and complicated, but thanks to Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), there's been some relief.
Gone are the days of an ordinary pen and paper. Years ago, a pen was released to the public, which could record anything written on specialized paper and could even read it back to you. Launched just a year after the original iPhone, it never seemed to catch on. Now, they're smarter than ever.
If you use your computer on a regular basis, chances are you've run into problems with slow websites. A common problem with websites is when images and web pages are coming from the same server, which brings the speed down. The good news: there’s a quick and easy solution. As our clients experience an increase in traffic, we use Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Server) for images and other large media files.
Since their introduction in the 90s, PDFs have become a useful tool in document sharing. However, their use requires a Flash application to view them on the web. But, forget about using the same application for iOS devices (iPad, iPhone, etc). A special iPhone application must be downloaded. As a result, if you want to view PDFs on all of your devices, you have to download both applications!
If you're up to date on new technology, chances are, you have heard about the cloud and how it's becoming a major player in the technological world. What makes cloud computing so appealing? It's fast, simple to use, and offers powerful functionality on any Internet enabled device.