Hybrid cloud – Typical use cases and three trends for 2021

Automation

Hybrid cloud – Typical use cases and three trends for 2021

Serverless and SaaS are a decisive match, as are Synerzip and AWS. Synerzip is uniquely positioned to design and build SaaS applications for various verticals and use cases. Synerzip has experience with public and private, startup and enterprise clients. The serverless mindset intersects with a SaaS model. It equips your business with the flexibility and …

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RPA Part III – The most common RPA pitfalls and how to avoid them

In parts 1 and 2 of our posts on RPA, we covered the qualification criteria and in-depth look at implementing RPA. In this post, we look at the most common pitfalls to avoid while getting your RPA up and running.  Not selecting the right processes for automation While we may sound like a broken record, …

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RPA Part I – Qualifying processes best suited for RPA

Traditional workflow automation typically automates a task in the backend using programming and application interfaces. They also use dedicated scripting tools and languages. Contrarily, robotic process automation or RPA automates tasks by watching the user perform the job in a graphical user interface.  RPA can lower the entry barrier for automation in industries that typically …

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Getting Hands-on with WinAppDriver Test Automation Framework

Application automation always adds value to any Agile project. Most folks, including me, automate web applications using Selenium-like tools or Appium for mobile apps automation. In a recent project, we worked with a Selenium and Java built framework. One of the core challenges while selecting an automation tool that can integrate with this framework was …

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Is Automation Eating Jobs or Creating New Ones

Reference related infographic. Historically, technology has always created new jobs by automating repetitive and mundane work with predictable, expected results. This has led to the creation of new job types that are more evolved yet challenging. For example, delivery by drones may replace human delivery jobs, but this automation opens up a number of new …

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