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To Know Us Is to Love Us

I’m a lifetime New Yorker, and so by default I’m meant to be a jaded New Yorker. Perhaps we *may* just have a tendency to look at things a bit more cynically – we’ve seen it all. So, when I started at Nagarro, I assumed that we were in business for ...

The Joy of Making

Here’s a game to play on long trans-continental flights.

The fuel of the future

At a time when information is dubbed the oil of the 21st century and analytics is the combustion engine, effectively dealing with big data is crucial.

Biometrics in Banking: The Basics Part 2

Biometric Authentication Options

Biometrics in Banking: The Basics Part 1

How Biometric Systems Work (A non-technical primer)

Nagarro sponsored the Salesforce World Tour in Munich

On 2nd July, Nagarro sponsored the Salesforce World Tour in Munich, which witnessed a footfall of around 6,500 attendees. The star attraction of the event was the keynote from Salesforce’s CEO Marc Benioff in his usual flamboyant style. Benioff ...

Enterprise App Stores: Why CIOs should look to Consumer App Stores for Inspiration

Enterprise app stores seem to be the next big thing in corporate IT. According to Gartner, 25 percent of enterprises will have an enterprise app store for managing corporate-sanctioned apps on PCs and mobile devices by 2017. This trend is being ...

Socially transforming the enterprise

Man has always been intensely – and fluidly – social. That’s why social technologies are so successful in transforming the way we work today.

Java 8 – Nashorn Engine for JavaScript Interoperability and Performance

This blog post is a concluding post in the series on the top most interesting features of Java 8. Here, we’ll discuss the power of Nashorn Engine and Java-to-JavaScript interoperability . The change from “can call JavaScript to Java and vice-versa” ...

Cows, babies and cars

Today's sensor dominated world may seem scary on the face of it, but the advantages of the internet of things far outweigh the disadvantages.