We are proud to announce FHIR STARTER, the first interactive conference and connectathon dedicated to Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard. Healthcare IT’s biggest names and FHIR founders will share their experience on June 25 and 26, 2018, in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The conference is hosted by Health Samurai Inc., and sponsored by WaveAccess.Read more
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WaveAccess developed an anti-fraud system that protects telecommunication companies from fraud attacks. The solution is based on machine learning and fuzzy logic algorithms. The security module was "taught" to recognize suspicious actions as threats even if hundreds of thousands of users are logging in at the same time.
Like any large system, some strange features and issues may occur in Salesforce. In this article, we'll consider some of them along with solutions found by our Salesforce development team:
- Difference between operating Lightning and Classic interfaces. Buttons, Links and Actions defined on the Layout page are not displayed in the Lightning interface;
- An issue with connection to Salesforce using SOAP API WSDL file from a .NET project;
- Visualforce page cannot perform the action on the controller after clicking the button linked to this action, if the page has unfilled required fields.
WaveAccess successfully underwent the audit for compliance of its information security management system (ISMS) with the requirements of the international ISO/IEC 27001:2013 standard. According to the audit, the WaveAccess ISMS meets the standard’s key principles: it preserves confidentiality, integrity and availability of the company’s information assets, and data of its customers and partners.
Many developers who work with Hibernate or any other ORM framework eventually run into the so-called N+1 problem.
Our team faced with it when we were working on a project using Grails (a popular web framework for Groovy). For ORM, Grails uses a GORM "under the hood" that contains the same old Hibernate. In case you haven't encountered this problem yet, let’s give you the gist of it.
The UN is going to use Ethereum cryptocurrency to help Pakistani people. South Korea will spend more than $2.65 million on a new blockchain project. Other countries are not far behind: dozens of blockchain startups are emerging in Europe and America; Singapore and China are competing for leadership in this area.
More and more organizations are ready to invest in this new, but expensive technology. Let's take a look at what blockchain-based projects are already possible, and why businesses are spending so much of their money implementing them?
Microsoft chose the winners and finalists of this year's Partner of the Year Award. As a winner of the Business Analytics nomination, we are recognized being a company that provides exceptional IT-solutions for complex business challenges.
The nominees for the Microsoft Partner of the Year award in Business Analytics were companies who had a great impact on their partner's business. In order to win, the company's solution had to help their partner's business to gain valuable insights from large amounts of data.