By Brenda V.
The answer to this question is yes! As a nearshore software development option , Mexico is the lowest cost destination closest to the US Market, moving your IT project work will allow your business to grow with limited resources, while having access at the same time to the best technological resources available.
Increase your business competitiveness and gain leadership in your industry.
Mexico’s geographical location will give you an ideal place to start your outsourcing project work, a place to supply the US market with Agile and “just in time” methodologies with access to world class infrastructure, labor force and technologies.
If you are thinking about outsourcing y...
By Beatriz E.
There are a small number of countries who have the same relationship as Mexico and the United States. Due to their shared border, trade and demography, these two countries enjoy a convenient relationship for outsourcing. Also they have some sort of degree of cultural proximity which isn’t enjoyed with other countries like Asian ones. And those are excellent reasons for considering Mexico as an option for nearshore software development services.
Cultural proximity is defined as the relationship between two markets that have a high level of cultural similarity.
None the less, differences can’t be ignored. It would be wrong for me to say that Mexican and American cultur...
By Brenda V.
When asking some of our most important clients about the current challenges they face, a big percentage of them always mention the importance of keeping up with technology using limited resources. Most small to medium size companies struggle when trying to implement new applications or software to improve internal processes and help their employees to be more efficient. But we can also find companies whose main service is based on technological products they offer to their clients and are always searching for innovative ways to keep themselves in the market.
Keeping up with changing technologies as decision maker can be an overwhelming task, you may ask which IT solutions...
By Cesar Olivas
By Edith C.
For complex InfoPath forms, which include: data connections, embedded code, etc. the Publishing Wizard is not quite recommended. Instead, you can deploy your forms via the Central Administration. These quick steps will guide you to efficiently publish your InfoPath form templates using the Administrator-deployment method.
1. Start your SharePoint Central Administration.
2. On the Central Administration page, click the Application Management tab.
3. On the Application Management page, in the InfoPath Forms Services section, click Manage data connection files and click Upload.
4. Browse and choose your xml file and double click it.
5. To en...
By David E.
Within a Silverlight application, there are basically two ways to implement events related to the Windows Phone 7 Touch Screen: Touch events using the low-level interface and events handling or manipulation.
Touch Events using the low-level interface
Basically these methods revolve around the “Touch” a static event, FrameReported and also a class called TouchPoint which has the following properties:
· Action of the TouchAction type that is an enumeration with Down, Move and Up members.
· Position of the Point Type that corresponds to the position on the top left corner of an element which is known as reference.
· Size of the Size Type represent...
By Edith C.
Sometimes, when you install, add or activate features on your SharePoint farm, something goes wrong, and suddenly you can’t just go back and “delete” or uninstall your feature.
To avoid that, you can use these tools:
WssAnalyzeFeatures is a very useful tool, which can help you find the errors on the installation of the feature, and tells you what to do, in order to remove it or fix it.
After you run this tool, just check the ContentDeploymentFeatures.txt file, to find the logged errors.
Then, if you need to delete the feature, use the WssRemoveFeatureFromSite tool, to remove unwanted features easily and with no complications. Just use the desired featureID...
By Denisse Zavala
We all know how dealing with spam can be a real pain. However, nowadays we can rely on several tools to avoid this problem.
reCAPTCHA, a system developed by Carnegie Mellon University, provides an anti-bot service that can be embedded into web pages to protect them from automated applications trying to get access.
While all the information regarding reCAPTCHA is available in their website I will provide the steps to add a reCAPTCHA module into an ASP.NET site, using AJAX and Prototype to perform the validation.
1. Create an account and get the API keys
2. Download the library.
Add the reCAPTCHA module to the page...