For small businesses, there are tons of apps on the market that promise to solve specific problems within a business. Deciding which app to use for your business can be difficult because many apps don’t provide tangible results. Here are some of the best apps available today that can transform certain areas of your business.
In our increasingly connected work environment, it has become a necessity for businesses to be able to share data between systems and applications. Whether your business is upgrading from legacy technologies or adding a tertiary application on top of your current infrastructure, it’s vital for software integration to be done correctly. This...
What Can Machine Learning Do For Your Business Right Now?
WinForms, also known as Window Forms, is a great tool that businesses can use to create windows-based applications. It is one of the main desktop user interfaces for developing applications; the other user interfaces include WPF, UWP and Console. Winform was the original user interface for .NET and has several advantages over the other user...
From machine vision to speech recognition, new AI applications for businesses are emerging every day. Although some of the AI technology is in its infancy, there are numerous mature AI applications today that businesses can use to drive productivity and growth. Depending on the sector your business operates, AI can have different applications...
More than 42% of small businesses have a mobile app.
In our everyday lives, we seemingly have a different program that performs different functions for us. We have Microsoft Word for writing and Gmail for emails, but how do we make different software applications communicate with each other.
Deciding whether to build an internal team for software development or outsource it is a critical decision for all companies. Both in-house and outsourced teams have their pros and cons, but your current company needs will shape which decision is better for your business. Let’s explore some of the pros and cons of each choice:
For most developers, there are two popular career paths: working as a full-time employee or working as a contractor. The question is should you as a developer pursue a full-time position or a contract position? Each role has its benefits and disadvantages.
Does cloud computing make sense for small business?