Digitalization

What is ITIL v3?

ITIL v3: All you need to know about the third version of the IT framework

ITIL v3, the third edition of the best practices guide for IT service management, was published in July 2007. It is still valid today, which is due in particular to the fact that the structured processes described are more relevant for many companies than the agile practices of the successor version. What is ITIL v3 exactly and how up to date is it now that ITIL v4 is available?

What is ITIL?

What is ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library)?

Information Technology Infrastructure Library, ITIL for short, is the most important approach for successful and efficient IT service management. The guideline provides important input across the entire service lifecycle as well as best practices that can serve as a guide for companies and IT managers in their daily work. We reveal what ITIL actually entails.

Audit compliance

Audit compliance: Definition and what it means for the cloud

Storing data in electronic form is part of daily life. However, the more confidential the data being stored is, the more important security provisions become. So-called audit compliance, which already applies to documents of a commercial or tax-related nature, is playing an increasingly important role in the digital enterprise of the future.

Digitalization for local businesses

Why digitalization is so important for local businesses

Local businesses are under threat from being overshadowed by the convenience of larger online businesses. However, digitalization itself isn’t a threat, but rather an opportunity to make your own business even more well-known and successful. We’ll show you the greatest benefits that digitalization brings to businesses.

Reverse image search

Reverse image search with Google: Search by image

Have you ever been visiting a new city and wanted to learn more about a particular landmark or building? Well, now you can. Simply take a photograph of it and try to find it using Google’s reverse image search. Google can take a photograph and use it to find similar images and corresponding information, so almost like an image search backwards. You can do this either through your browser or with...

Create your own app: iOS app publication

Create your own app – Part 5.2: Upload an iOS app to the App Store

Once you have finished the development and test phases of your native mobile app, you can finally publish it in the App Store. If you want to submit and distribute an iOS app in the App Store, first you’ll have to register with the Apple Developer platform and provide various details and settings. So how exactly does one publish an app in Apple’s store?

Create your own app: Google Play ranking ASO

Google Play ranking: create your own app, part 6.1

After publishing an app on the Google Play Store, you’ll need to focus on improving the ranking of your application in the app store’s search results. Applications that receive prominent placing in these search results are likely to receive more user attention – and this usually leads to higher download figures. There are certain specialist strategies that can help your app to place more highly on...

App store ranking for iOS

App Store ranking: create your own app part 6.2

Influencing Apple’s App Store ranking is different to the indexing for Google’s Play Store ranking: app store marketing for iOS applications is governed by different rules regarding keywords. Understanding the different factors that have an influence on Apple’s app ranking can help you in choosing how to present your iOS App and optimize it for the App Store. We’ll guide you through the different...

Create your own app | Android and iOs app development

Create your own app – part one: the planning phase

Mobile apps offer us information, entertainment as well as many other purposes and are a part of everyday life for smartphone and tablet users. If you also have an interesting idea for an application, you shouldn’t shy away from creating it: developing an app for iOS or Android isn’t all about programming, there’s much more to it than that. In our series on creating your own app, we’ll take you...

Web Services

Web Services: Services from Machine to Machine

Many applications that run on your home PC or smartphone rely on data from the Internet—more precisely, from servers. One way for devices to communicate with each other is through web services. The technology is based on standardized formats such as HTTP, SOAP and XML. But how does it work?


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