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Ayoka Answers the Call for DIFM in the Enterprise

April 23, 2015
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Do It For Me has quickly become the call-to-action for new startups and individuals to cater to the needs of others, phasing out the fallible Do It Yourself mindset for a more functional and sound way of getting things done the right way-with your needs as priority. For software development, DIFM encompasses the utilization of open-source software and integration of a company’s existing applications with new and unique functionalities that your company can benefit from since they’re tailored to your needs.

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Upgrading from SaaS to DIFM in Enterprise Software Development

April 21, 2015
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Custom software development embodies the concept of Do It For Me – rather than learning how to use a variety of software packages, you can have a system built that can be maintained for you, saving time and money while guaranteeing a return on investment.

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Ayoka Utilizes Cloud Computing & Big Data to Bring Tech to Enterprises

April 16, 2015
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No matter how far away from ‘tech’ your company may seem, you’re becoming tech companies-and to your advantage-data companies. To continue growth and accessibility in this changing world, it’s important to build systems that are scalable and offer the best way for your users to access information, but efficiently managing the flow of information across your enterprise is only one component in a successful data integration strategy.

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Big Data Helps New Enterprises Move Into the Software Environment with APIs

April 14, 2015
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With the advent of social media, process automation, remote accessibility, and mobile presence, every company, no matter how far away from ‘tech’ they may seem, is becoming a tech company-and to their advantage-a data company. Big Data encompasses large amounts of aggregated data that combines structured data models and relational databases with unstructured data, like text and images, to bring new insights into consumer behavior and open avenues that bridge businesses with other businesses and consumers.

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.net core – open source implications

April 9, 2015
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If Windows OS were open source, we could tailor the native Windows environment for desktop or mobile to meet your unique needs-and essentially become a part of the Windows team by enhancing their existing features while fixing bugs, maintaining security, and adding new functionalities that are in demand. As an experienced .NET software development company, Ayoka focuses on earning the highest level of customer satisfaction for business initiatives involving .NET Software Development and .NET consulting services for a wide range of web, enterprise, and mobile software applications.

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Windows Open Source? If so, its Huge for Software Developers

April 7, 2015
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Satya Nadella has proven himself to be forward-thinking and generating return on the investments that Microsoft has worked so hard on since he’s taken the position as CEO 16 months ago. His goals are for cloud-first and mobile-first strategies that Ballmer didn’t tread into. Unlike Ballmer, Nadella plans on putting Microsoft’s unique solutions within the reach of as many smartphone users as possible. At ChefConf 2015, Microsoft’s CTO of the Azure cloud platform, Mark Russinovich, expressed that an open-source Windows OS is possible-but what does that mean?!

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Ayoka Continues to Optimize Internet of Things

April 2, 2015
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Innovative connectivity service providers like Ayoka continue to optimize Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) communications with the intent of fully integrating new technologies into our daily lives. In the wake of newfound hardware supply, evolving industry standards, globally scaled accessibility, and the bourgeoning ecosystem for native application development, Ayoka Systems has been lending a hand in the transformation of integration and connectivity ideas to realities.

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Extending the range of the Internet of Things (IoT) with new connectivity technologies

March 31, 2015
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Industries like manufacturing, agriculture, and health care can enjoy the benefits similar to consumers through increased accessibility, more secure data sharing, and customization. Emulators, IDEs, middleware, compilers, and hardware solutions are all becoming available for us to harness in order to contribute to the evolving standard of IoT and M2M. Contact Us to today to learn more about the growing role of IoT and M2M in the enterprise!

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