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Posted on September 8 2015

With advancement in time, there is advancement in thoughts and with advancement in thoughts there is advancement in technologies. Life style of people is changing with time, so as the comfort of the people, changing its definition to adopting new technologies. CRAM is an organization which welcomes the latest technologies with open hands so that we can get an opportunity to work on the technologies to provide best solutions to the customer and leads to the development of the industry and the nation.

To stay ahead of changing customer demands and steady growth, we try to engage new technologies to develop a scalable IT solution that could facilitate people and feature additions. The latest technologies have helped increase product development and helped create an amazing collective workforce which has stirred support capabilities thus keeping pace with the best evolving practices in software engineering.

Knowing new technologies will encourage us to develop more new technologies and to work on them hence techno freak is here to update you all about the evolving technologies.

Cloud vendors claiming to be the “fastest” or “best performing” deserve a little scepticism. While speed and performance can appear impressive if conditions are aligned in a particular way, it doesn’t mean they will hold up in the long-term.

Analysing cloud adoption across industry verticals, the banking and financial industry is as good a yardstick as any to assess progress due to its stringent data security requirements. A new report from CipherCloud shows financial firms have an increased confidence in cloud technologies; 100% of respondents said they put certain personally identifiable information (PII) in the cloud.

Verizon has finally started rolling out the long-awaited Android 5.1.1 update to the LG G Vista. In addition to the latest build of the operating system, this upgrade also carries a much-needed patch for the Stagefright security exploit.

All the changes you’d expect to find in the Lollipop software are bundled into this upgrade, including support for multiple accounts, improved notifications, stronger 256-bit encryption, a smoother multitasking experience personal unlocking and Material Design.

If you live in the United States and have not yet received the OTA update, you can head into “Settings,” then “About Device,” and select “Check for Updates” to manually scan for the upgrade.