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TechViews: DevOps speeds up software deployments by 20%, 46% of developers are actively developing in the cloud, mobile printing apps and more!

TechViews: DevOps speeds up software deployments by 20%, 46% of developers are actively developing in the cloud, mobile printing apps and more!


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Digging Deeper into DevOps: #TechViews
by Denise Dubie

Disruptive trends often cause a lot of debate within IT organizations, but some trends don’t leave a lot of room for argument. Take DevOps, for example. The practice of increasing collaboration among application development, quality testing and IT operations teams promises many rewards and represents very little risk.CA Technologies recently released a research study, TechInsights Report: What Smart Businesses Know About DevOps, the results of which revealed that many are adopting the best practices and technologies around DevOps and are already reaping the rewards of their implementations.

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TechInsights Report: What Smart Businesses Know About DevOps reports that nearly all respondents that have implemented DevOps have increased the speed of software deployments by 20%. This ZDnet article discusses the impact DevOps plays as businesses adopt IT automation and agile methodologies.


According to this Business Online article, India’s public cloud services market is on pace to grow 37.5% in 2013. Furthermore, Gartner predicts $4.2 billion will be spent on cloud technology in India from 2013-2017.


The Cloud Development Survey shows that more than half of all cloud developers are more comfortable with the cloud development process and 46% of developers are actively developing in the cloud. This CIOL article also states that close to 38% of respondents are satisfied with the security measures cloud vendors are offering.

Big Data

Google leverages big data for a universal translator in attempts to minimize language barriers, says this InfoWorld article. Current software is inflexible, but Google’s approach could make the process easier through the use of big data. The article also discusses the linguistic data at the disposal of major companies that can be used for new ventures in technology.


According to this ITweb article, Gartner analysts forecast a significant growth in Android devices in Africa leading up to 2017. The article addresses some of the present and future challenges and opportunities for mobility in Africa.


Think smartphones and tablets have led to the death of print? Though it is a popular belief that mobility has made printing obsolete, many employees and clients still want documents printed. This CIO article highlights the various mobile printing apps that are used in the BYOD working world.

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TechViews Unplugged September Episode

In this episode of TechViews Unplugged, Andi Mann and George Watt of CA Technologies discuss smartwatches, iPhone 5S, quantum computing, car hacks, and enterprise mobility. Watch the video.

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