Is Custom Application Development Dead?

Custom-developed applications have been conventionally associated with high costs, slow time-to-market, and ROI challenges that don’t hold up to “shrink-wrapped” packaged solutions. So, is custom application development really dead?
By |October 22nd, 2013|PaaS in Action|1 Comment|

A Web-Based Alternative to FileMaker

Typically perceived as the “Microsoft Access alternative for Mac”, FileMaker has found itself a place on many Mac desktops for simple data management tasks. However, just like Microsoft Access, FileMaker has failed to [...]

By |October 3rd, 2013|PaaS in Action|0 Comments|

4 Reasons Why You Should Custom-Build Your CRM System

According to an article by ReadWrite, the CRM market share is projected to increase to $37 billion by 2017 (making it the largest enterprise software market), but paradoxically, the actual install base across the globe [...]

By |September 13th, 2013|Featured, PaaS in Action|0 Comments|

Moving Microsoft Access Applications to the Cloud

Microsoft Access was a leader in the desktop database space before the Internet became omnipresent. The software was fairly easy to use and had enough features and capabilities to build small-scale desktop applications.

However, as [...]

By |September 6th, 2013|PaaS in Action|0 Comments|

Efficient and Effective Application Development

A recent article by McKinsey & Company discusses a more effective way to measure the success of application development in large organizations. The article suggests that instead of the traditional method of measuring developer [...]

By |August 27th, 2013|PaaS in Action|0 Comments|
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    Dynamic Forms and Databases for Amazon S3 and Static Websites

Dynamic Forms and Databases for Amazon S3 and Static Websites

Besides cloud storage, one of the features of Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is highly reliable and inexpensive hosting services for static websites. While Amazon S3 is a fast and efficient way to [...]

By |August 15th, 2013|Tech Tips|0 Comments|

Caspio Web Applications Outperform PaaS Competitors

Study after study shows that fast performing websites are good for business. Users don’t have the patience to wait. Attention spans are short and users simply move on. Google also has little tolerance for slow […]