We all spend a lot of time on our phones, and why not - there is an app for literally everything now. It became fashionable to bemoan the worldwide dependency on smartphones and how much time people spend on their phones –
When the business accumulates tons of information – clients’ data, contacts, operations, reports, and etc, naturally comes the need to store it and systemize is.
Ask a hundred marketers, product managers, and corporate executives what they want to happen to their product and they all will tell you the same –
All of us know that feeling of ordering some new thing on Amazon and waiting. And waiting. The anticipation leads to anxiety and no one enjoys that.
We all want to do our jobs perfectly. Our processes polished and sparkling, our apps and systems running smoothly all the time. In that, we depend on our partners and providers and look for those who can guarantee the quality and the uninterrupted supply of their products and services. Even more so for system hosting.
At some point when managing a business and dealing with clients' data, operations, employees, you generate numerous databases. They should somehow communicate without disrupting your business practices. –
If Hyperconverged Infrastructure and Tetration Platforms sound like some made-up science fiction nonsense - it's okay, most of the highly advanced cloud-based technologies operate in terms that for the uninitiated sound made-up. –
It is difficult and unnecessary to argue against hand-tailored suits. The craftsmanship of an experienced tailor, combined with a perfect fit and materials of your choice, allow you to feel comfortable while looking dapper. That is why bespoke clothing companies like Black Lapel and Quoddy are growing and dominating –
From inventions as exciting as bicycles, toasters, and cloned sheep, to life-savers like penicillin and refrigerators, to something less useful
Unless you're running a tech startup in sunny California, you are probably not thinking about hiring as many software engineers, network administrators, and other IT majors. Why would you?
Not being tech-savvy is okay. Not everyone should be a neurosurgeon or a corporate lawyer, and not everyone should be a software engineer.
Everyone resists change. That is just a scientifically-proven fact and the first step to overcoming – is to accept it. You dread it, delay, and procrastinate until you are up against the wall.