Get your IoT Solutions World Congress visitor pass for free!

From October 29th to 30th, Inovum will be present at the IoT Solutions World Congress in Hall P2, Level 0, Street C, Stand 351.

As exhibitors and IoT experts we are very much looking forward to getting inspirations from this amazing global event. Inovum is constantly on the lookout for the latest trends in the IIoT sector, international partnerships as well as companies interested in digitalizing their businesses.

We would love to welcome you at our stand and, therefore, we have reserved a number of visitor passes for our customers with the motto ‘first come, first served’.

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Angular Course — Basic to Expert

Learn Angular from scratch with this very comprehensive course. From zero to hero, the course is designed to get a development team started!

This course is being organized by CEI – Continuing Education Institute (https://www.cei.se/) in cooperation with Inovum. More information & Booking.

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What Are Story Points and How Can They Save Time and Money?

Scrum Estimation is one of the hardest parts of managing a Scrum project. You never want to oversell the amount of work you can do, but you also don’t want to look lazy for the amount of work you plan for. It’s important to understand exactly how the estimation scale works and adjust accordingly. But overall, the most important thing to realize is estimating is just that, something that you have a gut feeling of. Getting frustrated is a mistake that can lead to team failure.. (more…)

Take Out The Middle Man!

Did you know that crowd funding on a site like Gofundme.com will take 5% of every donation that you receive? Don’t worry, there’s a new sheriff in town. Smart Contracts are the new way to crowd source for fundraising that makes sure you get the full amount donated, without the middle man. The Smart Contract uses embedded code to create a reliable place for money to be stored until all parameters are accomplished.

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Angular: The Quick and Reactive New Web Development

Good tools make web application development quicker and easier to maintain. Angular is a popular framework that helps maintain web infrastructures with ease & comfortability.

Why choose Angular for your Web development?

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Facebook, Microsoft & Co: Tech Giants bet on Barcelona

Over the last years Barcelona has been gearing up for a tech revolution and it has become a European hotspot for entrepreneural creation, startups, and innovation.

Not only is it a mekka for startups. Recently, a number tech giants opted to open branch offices as well as retail and experience stores in this vibrant city. And as the trend shows, there is still more to expect.

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Eve: Why Using a Bloated Backend When You Can REST?

by Lukas Stracke, Backend Developer at Inovum Solutions, 09.02.18

Consider following situation: You want to develop a web application with a nice, beautiful UI and a database to store information. Obviously the way to go is to apply the MVC pattern and divide your app into database, frontend and backend. Maybe you design your frontend in AngularJS because it’s dynamic and comfortable to maintain and want to connect to the MongoDB where you store your data. The traditional way would be to design a big backend, e.g. using the Java web framework Spring. But what, if you don’t need all of the features that Spring offers you? Why using a complex framework that needs a lot of time to get used to and hours or even days to configure if you need the backend only for validation and authentication?

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Inovum at the Mobile World Congress 2018 (App Planet Hall)

Again this year we are proud to announce our participation with our own booth in the 2018th edition of the Mobile World Congress 2018 from the 26th of February – 1st of March 2018. 

We are looking forward to meeting new contacts and getting inspirations from this amazing global event. Inovum is constantly on the lookout for partners as well as companies interested in digital transformation. (more…)

Opportunities of Blockchain

You have probably heard of blockchains. The technique, strongly connected to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, is currently among the biggest trends in the tech industry. But what is a blockchain and how can it be used?

A blockchain is basically a growing list of blocks of data, where each block is connected to the previous one, using hash values. Blockchains are mainly used in peer-to-peer networks as a distributed, shared write-once-read-many database. Each active participant in the network stores a copy of the blockchain for reasons of availability and security. (more…)

How to use technology to motivate our team and strengthen the company’s performance

At Inovum IT Solutions we believe human resources are a mental energy, an intellectual capacity, a source of information, innovations and an effective factor that can contribute positively to the company’s success. Keeping your team members engaged and motivated may sometimes present a challenge. Smart leaders use technology to help boost engagement and create an attractive work environment.

Here are a few examples of what we do to motivate our workforce and with that, improve their productivity and strengthen the company’s performance. (more…)

Digital transformation is on the rise and no industry is immune

A model to follow: How Uber revolutionized transport

Uber, an American tech company that enables customers to call, track, and pay for a car using the Uber app, exemplifies how the aforementioned adapt-or-die phenomenon is changing entire industries. Traditional taxis, which are called curbside are ordered via telephone, still require cash or card payment. Uber, on the other hand, is an easy-to-use online platform that connects drivers and riders. It’s digital business model not only offers cheaper rides, it also provides a very convenient user experience and has proven very easy to scale, which explains how Uber, created in 2009, has grown into a $6.2 billion company in just 8 years. Today the company serves in over half a thousand cities across the world. (more…)

Inovum at the Mobile World Congress 2017

Again this year we are proud to announce our participation with our own booth in the 2017th edition of the Mobile World Congress 2017 from the 27th of February – 2nd of March 2017.

After 100.000+ attendees at 2016th edition, we are looking forward to create new contacts and inspirations from this amazing global event. We consider it a great opportunity to connect with new innovative companies from the mobile industry. (more…)

Java is the number one programming language

Java, used by 9 million developers and installed on over 7 billion devices worldwide, has proven itself capable of adapting to the rapid technological overhaul of the 21st century. According to TIOBE, a programming popularity tracker, Java has ranked number one among programming languages, followed by C, C++, and Python. Java’s approval rating in July 2016 was 19.8%, up 2.08% from July 2015. Conversely, both C and C++ have seen a decrease in popularity during the same period. Java’s impressive open-source ecosystem has allowed the language to adjust to new platforms and remain the most popular programming language in the world today. (more…)

Barcelona: The next IT Powerhouse

Barcelona is the Mobile World Capital until 2023, meaning that each year it will host the Mobile World Congress to showcase the latest technology, host keynotes speakers, and enable business leaders to connect. In 2016, the MWC had over 100,000 attendees from over 204 countries! Inovum had a booth at the 2016 event and had a great experience networking with leaders in the worldwide mobile industry while getting updated on the latest in technology. We are eagerly looking forward to the 2017 event, which should be an even bigger success. (more…)

VR and AR: Redefining the Human Experience

Have you ever wanted to travel to the edge of the Universe or walk amongst the dinosaurs? Virtual and augmented reality can offer a glimpse of what such an experience would be like. Virtual reality (VR) is an artificial simulation designed to replicate reality, however the physical constraints of the real world do not apply in this digital world. VR is typically simulated using a special headset equipped with digital images, vibrations, and sounds that totally immerse the user in a virtual world. With augmented reality (AR), digital layering is used to supplement reality by blending the digital and real worlds into an enhanced reality. For example, a car windshield could be programmed to display GPS directions or glasses could display relevant information when a user looks at a store, piece of art, or even another person. (more…)