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James Burns

James Burns

James Burns is the Founder and CEO of CMS Website Services, a globally ranking Custom software development services provider in USA. With 10+ years of experience in designing, development, implementation & maintenance of high quality global redundant, compliance-ready applications, network and Data Centers for private and Govt organizations, I have all solutions to your IT problems as a tech-business person.

Posts by James Burns

Here's What You Need To Know About SaaS Vs PaaS Cloud Computing!
by James Burns - 2020-07-23 07:17:23 in Cloud Computing

Cloud is a hot topic among global enterprises that supports the majority of online businesses. Many companies in different verticals use Cloud computing services to run a business online. Cloud is a big deal in the present worldwide business environment!

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How Artificial Intelligence Is Helping In The COVID-19 Era?
by James Burns - 2020-04-29 04:54:08 in Technical Support

This article today is all about AI and how it is strengthening our fight against the virus that came from Wuhan to the rest of the world.

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What Are The Different Phases Of Software Development Life Cycle?
by James Burns - 2020-03-02 07:56:51 in General Information

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a well-established process to create high-quality, efficient, and robust software to provide the best user experience and customer expectations.

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Top 7 Web Development Technologies And Frameworks You Should Know
by James Burns - 2019-12-19 08:09:30 in Technical Support

There are approximately 2 billion websites! Moreover, the internet active user is around 2.5 billion so far. We hope this figure will grow more in the near future!

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Top 10 Real-Time Uses Of Python Development Language In Online Business
by James Burns - 2019-11-27 03:45:58 in General Information

The only top-level or high-level language ruling the tech industry from a long period of time is Python development. Python development language also by a phrase, “A language that can never die.”

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