Nisheeth Bhakuni

Nisheeth has: 1009 posts

How Big Data and Hadoop Training can Change Your Organization

Tasks like cataloging and tracking Big Data, involve adequate skilled human resources.

In analytics | 13 Mar 2017
5 Data Analytics Trends to Watch in 2017

It is becoming more and more apparent how data analytics is driving e-commerce revenues.

In analytics | 13 Mar 2017
Why Cloud Computing Could be a Game-Changer for Your Business

Probably one of the most mind-boggling innovations of the last decade was the implementation of cloud-computing which since its inception has revolutionized the world of information technology

In cloud | 13 Mar 2017
Mobile and IoT security gets a boost from new PN80T chipset

It is the Industry’s first 40nm Secure Element (SE) and is designed to ease development and implementation of an extended range of secure applications for any platform including smartphones, wearables, and the Internet of Things (IoT).

In iot | 07 Mar 2017
Google launches Android Studio 2.3

It comes up with feautures like Build Cache, WebP support, App Link Assistant, and more

In apps | 07 Mar 2017
Qualcomm updates its VR dev kit and launches accelerator

There’s a good chance Qualcomm already powers your smartphone, but the company wants to extend its mobile dominance to VR.

In apps | 07 Mar 2017
Radar wants to ‘solve’ location for app developers

New startup Radar has decided location is a long-overlooked problem and requires a solution to unlock its full potential.

In apps | 06 Mar 2017
Windows 10 Cloud offers Microsoft another shot at mobile

Microsoft will attempt to counter this with Windows 10 Cloud, but there’s little denying the company is entering the ring from a weaker position

In cloud | 06 Mar 2017
How FaaS can create better experiences within your app

Programming languages have slowly evolved from low-level code to frameworks and higher-level languages such as SWIFT.

In apps | 06 Mar 2017
Nintendo’s studios have ‘mastered’ the Unreal engine for Switch

Nintendo has often been criticised for prioritising the company’s internal developers, over-relying on historic franchises and lack of support for third party developers.

In apps and tech | 06 Mar 2017