SAML 2.0 (Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0) is an open standard for exchanging authentication information between a service provider (e.g. mobile apps) and an identity provider. Thanks to this norm apps are even more secure and users management is less of a headache. Adecco working with Aquafadas implemented the SAML 2.0 norm.
Aquafadas are becoming a major subsidiary of Rakuten with Rakuten executives Yasufumi Hirai and Koichiro Takahara joining the leadership and Claudia Zimmer and Matthieu Kopp stepping down and taking the role of advisors overseeing the transition.
In every database life cycle there is always a moment when it’s time to ‘move’. There might be many reasons why: hard disc running out of space; performances of the network or system really ugly, or outdated hardware. Here at Aquafadas two latter factors pushed us to migrate. This article outlines the journey we went through and the setbacks we encountered. We hope it will be useful and answers some of the questions you might have.
Here at Aquafadas, a mobile software company, we’re lucky to be surrounded by tech women from various educational backgrounds and with tonnes of experience. But we’re in minority! Stats show that there is a widely spoken gender, opportunities and digital skills gap. That’s why we’re launching a Women in code initiative!
PwC is one of the Big Four accounting firms in the world. They’re one of the pioneers when it comes to digital enterprise and employees. They needed an innovative tool for their own sales consultants strengthening their position when it comes to digital. They decided to create the PwC Store – client relations app using Aquafadas tools.
The biggest mobile industry event Mobile World Congress is about to take place in Barcelona. Each time key players in tech gather to unveil new mobile phones and discuss key trends and innovation etc. Aquafadas will be there too.
Aquafadas and their Middle East partner MCG Consulting are excited to announce a new client: Arab Open University. Using Aquafadas technology AOU will create digital books for their students and release them through their own branded digital app.
Are you looking for latest mobile and digital insights? Something you could read when on the go on your phone. To help you access news on devices you like most we edit and create our own digital magazine – Wave Mag.
As digital transformation is impacting all companies in all sectors, the traditional way of working is quickly becoming out of date. We’re witnessing a shift from offline to online, with ‘digital enterprises’ and ‘digital employees’ emerging in front of our eyes. But what does it really mean?
Apparently 2016 was a transformative year for corporate learning. Digital transformation changed workplace training tools. In this blog with our eLearning experts, we’re analysing key industry trends for the year ahead: mobile, UX, bite size content and more.
The App Transport Security (ATS) is a new feature introduced by Apple in order to improve application security best practices. It will soon become mandatory for all apps submitted to Apple App Stores. Read all you need to know about it and how this impacts your apps.
Tech is an industry where men outnumber women at all levels. At Aquafadas we witness this situation on a daily basis and this topic is close to our heart. We’re in a unique position where our CEO is a woman. What causes this significant gender gap and how to change it?
Did you know that exactly 10 years ago the first ever iPhone was unveiled? To celebrate this milestone, we have gathered interesting and intriguing stats and some analyst predictions for Apple. What about you? When did you get your first ever iPhone?
Champagne corks popped, fireworks faded on the sky: 2016 send off completed 2017 is here. Last year brought lots of changes in digital and tech. But what can we expect in 2017? Here are some of the key trends and predictions from leading digital experts.
2016 is drawing to a close and what a year it has been! Here at Aquafadas we’ve been tackling digital and mobile challenges with our clients from various industries and parts of the world. We are proud of our client portfolio, our part in their digital transformation and results achieved together!
Our latest Middle East trip has been filled with various conversations with local businesses. It uncovered a really fascinating picture of a digital society with large number of smartphones but a sluggish digital content publishing development. Mixed with local nuances and linguistic puzzle, it’s a very interesting market playing a catch up.
Saint-Gobain is a multinational construction and high-performance materials leader. Isover is a key player in insulation products market. They’ve been known for their innovative spirit and decided to sell with a difference using a successful sales enablement app – dynamic and interactive.
TF1 is the first and oldest TV station in France. With multiple external audiences and over 2700 employees to communicate to, they decided to transform their comms by going digital. Read our case study why and how they launched the ‘TF1 Group’ communication mobile app and an employee’s’ mobile magazine using Aquafadas tools.
Elasticsearch is the latest buzz word in the industry. This powerful search engine is becoming highly popular. With hundreds of apps and pieces of content, Aquafadas is one of the top stores of documents. Therefore we’re interested too. So what is it all about?
China has just undergone rapid transition from analogue to digital. It has large share of mobile data traffic and just surpassed the US as the largest money-maker for Apple’s App Store. But do Western businesses know how to grasp opportunities in the country behind the Great Firewall?