Awareness is not the problem - most businesses know they have old, outdated systems that aren’t efficient. The issue is that there is no silver bullet - and no guarantee that if you modernize today, you won’t need to do so again in 2 or 3 years. So why not just wait? Waiting won’t solve the problems, it will just delay the inevitable. But there are options.
You already know the custom software you’d like to build and who is going to build it. So why is a project assessment crucial to its development?
A project assessment is the best way to determine your project’s goals, scope, and management approach before investing valuable time and resources in development. Before you start designing and building, it’s critical to get to the bottom of your objectives and expectations--specifically the features and resources needed, the levels of risk you are willing to take, metrics for success, and how you are going to get the project done. Every software project assessment should address these three critical steps: Project Goals (The “Why”), Project Scope (The “What”), and Project Management (The “How”).
Conduct an online search for “Internet of Things” (IoT), and you’ll find dozens of complex definitions and complicated terms. Put quite simply, the Internet of Things describes the connection of any device to the internet and/or to each other.
Business Insider predicts that by integrating modern-day devices with internet connectivity, the IoT market will grow to more than $3 trillion annually by 2026. And experts predict more than half of new businesses will run on the IoT by 2020.
Imagine your dream car and how far it goes when it evolves from a sketch on the drawing board to a well-designed vehicle that is both safe and appealing. There’s a lot that goes into good design. Here are just 8 things you should be keeping in mind when working toward good design.
Lawsuits regarding accessibility on the Web are on the rise, and one of the best ways to comply with Section 508 of The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and The American Disabilities Act is to conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) put forth by the World Wide Web Consortium. In this post, we explain what each of these is and how it all relates to you and your software.