Monika Jha is a Seasoned Professional at Allerin, an International Ruby on Rails development & outsourcing company in India that also specializes in iOS app development.
She has diversified experience of Human resource and business strategy planning with domain expertise in foreign exchange market, CRM , ERP ,E-Commerce, human resource planning, policy making and implementing. Her specialties include Web 2.0, Iphone, Agile project & release management and process management.

 

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3 Steps to Getting Smart Cities the Data They Need

As the vision of creating a smart city using IoT and integrated communication technology has turned into reality, the access to meaningful data or open data has become a core demand. This meaningful data is the key to smart city development. Access to meaningful…

What Can Startups Do with IoT? 

Internet of Things platform software is an emerging market with many types of buyers, from central IT to various lines of business. They all have different objectives, project types and criteria for success. This makes it challenging for service providers to set a simple…

IoT Technology Should Be Standard for All Startups

With everyone talking about the Internet of Things (IoT), it’s no wonder organizations have begun dabbling in the revolutionary technology. But with the benefits becoming more and more apparent every day, do startups need to take advantage before it’s too late? …

6 Major Failure Points for the Internet of Things

Development Challenges for the Internet of Things

Deployment failures are often experienced by enterprises when they are exploring and implementing Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. This phenomenon has been experienced in various industries from healthcare, automotive to industrial equipment manufacturers. We try to point out …

The Importance of Investing in IoT for Your Startup

The Importance of Investing in the Future of IoT

By 2020, the number of connected smart devices interacting with one another through the Internet of Things (IoT) will reach nearly 20 billion. Yes, that is a lot. However, deployment and manageability of IoT devices in fringe ecosystems still presents a head-scratching problem …

What’s Next for the Internet of Things?

Development Challenges for the Internet of Things

We use sensors, electronic devices, and software in our day-to-day lives. The coalition of these devices over a network is what is termed as the Internet of Things (IoT) With IoT being the next (or current?) big thing, we see every technology expert trying…

How to Choose Between the Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud

The cloud is a booming industry and holds significant economic advantages, including better utility, computing and scalability. As a result, corporations are moving their business critical systems into the cloud. But a question always keeps popping up, “What choice do we opt …

Development Challenges for the Internet of Things

Development Challenges for the Internet of Things

In the coming days, the acronym “IoT” will become as extensively used as the word Wi-Fi is today. IoT is expected to achieve mass market adoption sooner than later, and that is for a good reason. IoT will bring a wide array of possibilities…

Are Big Data and IoT the Same?

Leveraging Big Data for Your E-Commerce Startup

Both Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT) are technologies that have something to do with more intelligent systems, but how similar or different are they? For starters, let’s understand IoT. It is basically about making our products smarter and contextually aware. With…

Top Tech Companies Are Now Using Ruby on Rails

Tech professionals have hailed the Ruby on Rails framework as the future of web application design. There are no limits to who can use it; it is flexible (while remaining a powerful platform) and simple to use (while not compromising on key functions). Some…

5 Reasons to Outsource Your Ruby On Rails Developer

Finding a decent Ruby on Rails developer is hard enough when you’re trying to create new apps and mobile sites for your business. It gets even worse when you try to find someone who really understands the language well who doesn’t charge an arm…