An Interview with Professor Wil van der Aalst

Wil van der Aalst is a full professor of Information Systems at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e). He is also…

Gartner Predicts Limited IT Outsourcing Growth and Increased Volatility

The worldwide IT outsourcing market is poised to grow more slowly than previously expected, reaching $288 billion in 2013, a…

IT Salaries 2013: Ukraine Versus USA, UK and Germany

Last year, Verizon caught one of their US software developers versed in C, C++, Perl, Java, Ruby, PHP, and Python…

GlobalLogic Recognized as a Leader in Zinnov’s Annual Global R&D Service Providers Rating Report

GlobalLogic rated in leadership position for overall service provider, and consumer and enterprise software. GlobalLogic, a leading experience design and digital product development company today announced that it was recently named in the Leadership and Execution Zones for its R&D excellence by Zinnov Management Consulting,…

Russia Beyond The Headlines presents Russian Startup Rating 2016

Russia Beyond The Headlines, an international source of political, business and cultural news and analysis, has released a new edition of its “Russian Startup Rating,” featuring some of today’s most promising young companies, in partnership with East-West Digital News. Covering dozens of companies in a…

Interview with Head of Outsourcing: ‘Staying A Step Ahead’ (Continuation)

We continue the interview with Vitaly Hornik – the head of outsourcing department of XB Software. In the second part of the interview, you’ll learn how projects implementation is monitored, how we communicate with our customers, how our programmers work and what plans the company…

ASSIST Software participated in Start-Up Internationalization

On the 28th-29th of January the SUI Project Meeting was held in London, hosted by Amery Brothers. Start-Up Internationalization (SUI) is an EU wide partnership project designed to identify core and innovative learning methods that best encourages success in international activities for startup and entrepreneur.…

Apple confirms iPhone-killing ‘Error 53,’ says it’s about security

The iPhone’s most mysterious and dangerous bug is tied to Touch ID tampering and unauthorized repairs, at least according to Apple. For months, some iPhone users have been running into a mysterious bug called “Error 53,” which can render some newer handsets unusable. Now, Apple…