We are proud to announce that Auriga Baltics, Auriga’s engineering center in Vilnius (Lithuania), was recently acknowledged as being one of the most financially stable companies in the country, receiving the “Strongest in Lithuania” certificate confirming that the company is reliable and very likely to fulfill its financial obligations in a timely manner in the future. Continue reading
This spring has been filled with events for Auriga. Our experts visited a series of international expo shows and trade fairs in both the U.S. and Europe to catch up with the latest IT trends, share our experience, network with prominent gurus, and discuss the future of the industry. Twice we went to Hannover, Germany to take part in two large and exciting exhibitions—CeBIT 2017 and Hannover Messe. Continue reading
Over the past decade, health IT has evolved from an administrative mechanism to a clinical tool for improving the quality and efficiency of healthcare. Such cutting-edge technologies as the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud, big data, and artificial intelligence have made their way into the healthcare industry, and the rapidly growing scope of information shared has generated the need for accessible, affordable, and widely supported software development tools and technologies. Continue reading
Embedded software testing has been a crucial component of software development since the first embedded systems and devices appeared. In the past, embedded applications operated in isolation, with no need to communicate with each other. However, today’s embedded devices and systems—from smartphones and fitness trackers to smart cars and sophisticated medical equipment—constantly communicate with each other, share information, and store loads of data. Due to the broad spread of IoT and other cutting-edge technologies, embedded software development and testing has shifted from a straightforward, predictable process to a complicated and challenging task. Continue reading
Big data is a big deal in today’s world of technology. According to the IDG Enterprise 2016 Data and Analytics Survey, over 70% of businesses agree that big data has the potential to fundamentally change the way they do business and create new revenue opportunities in the next one to three years, while 53% of companies are currently implementing or planning to implement data-driven projects within the next 12 months.
Everyone is talking about Big Data. But what exactly is it and how does it work? Though the term is widely used and accepted, there is still no rigorous definition, which leads to serious misconceptions about what big data actually is.