One of the most important things to remember when running a business is that it's not always about what you say, but what you don't say. This is especially true when it comes to talking about your competition. In today's business world, it's all about creating value for your employees and customers. And while competition is a prominent characteristic of business, it can also lead to companies devaluing their products and services. The reality is that competition can be a good thing, but only if you're doing it right.
The state of the nation’s roads and bridges has been in the news recently. Aging roadways and failing bridges are causing safety and economic issues for the country. This backlog of aging infrastructure is the result of deferred maintenance, which the Statement of Federal Financial Accounting Standards 40 defines as:
Every field has its history makers and trendsetters. However, software engineers are less likely to grace the pages of a history book. So we thought we would take a moment to recognize the software engineers who made a difference.
Because the world of software development is constantly evolving, It’s important for software engineers to stay educated on current trends. Below is a list of the top 10 books for software engineers to read, hand-picked by technical experts at In Time Tec.
So, you have encountered a problem or process you would like to automate. The trouble is, you don't know whether or not to buy pre-existing software or make your own. Luckily, the technical experts at In Time Tec have come up with a couple of considerations that may help.
Chaos Engineering sounds like what a supervillain would major in to gain the knowledge needed for world domination. In actuality, Chaos Engineering represents a relatively new, promising angle in the field of software testing and development.
Upheaval and change define the recent job market. According to a CNBC poll, 50 percent of US workers say their workplace is understaffed, and 33 percent have seriously considered quitting in the past three months. This workplace unrest, a trend designated “the Great Resignation,” presents hiring challenges for employers.
August means everyone’s gearing up with new binders, pencils, and backpacks for the upcoming educational year. It’s also the perfect time to assess your educational offerings. HP Workpath, HP’s app store for select HP Multifunction Printers (MFPs), offers several apps designed to improve education workflows. Setup is easy for HP Workpath apps, as it requires no additional equipment and integrates with your existing print fleet. Here are a few of our favorite applications:
Businesses love to throw money at sexy investments. The Italian steel all-in-one coffee maker, destined to become the jewel of the breakroom. The new office building, that finally offers those nap rooms that everyone has been craving. While it may not be as glamorous, many overlook the simple, intrinsic value that comes from investing in software.