3 Ways To Save On IT Costs Without Losing Out On Quality

3 Ways To Save On IT Costs Without Losing Out On Quality

Finding ways to save on IT costs doesn’t have to mean stunting development. Here are three ways to cut your budget while maintaining quality services. This year we may be celebrating (if that’s the right word) ten years since the start of the Great Recession, but companies everywhere are still feeling the pinch. And while

November 30, 2018
Automated Agile Testing - The Key Component of Agile DevOps

Automated Agile Testing – The Key Component of Agile DevOps

Automated agile testing involves all of the stakeholders during production. Automated agile testing is conducted during every stage of development. Automated Agile Testing in an Important Part of DevOps. According to Dictionary.com, “agile” is defined one way as “quick and well-coordinated in movement; lithe.” It’s a great way to describe an acrobat or athlete, but

November 26, 2018
3 Reasons Why You Need To Hire a Qualified Development Team

3 Reasons Why You Need To Hire a Qualified Development Team

In today’s job market, it can seem like a luxury to hire a qualified development team – in fact, it’s the key to your growth and success. Let us tell you why. It happens often enough to everyone: you need a new hire. We’re in a global market now where more and more people are

November 21, 2018
Adopting Agile Development – Exploring the Scrum and Kanban Approach

Adopting Agile Development – Exploring the Scrum and Kanban Approach

Adopting Agile in the Pursuit of Growth Everyone involved even tangentially in software development has heard the word “agile.” The C-suite executives might say “we need to become more agile” or “is that vendor more agile than the others?” It’s a common word in this realm, but what does it really mean, how is it

November 16, 2018
Strategic Prioritization – How to Rank Transformative Digital Projects

Strategic Prioritization – How to Rank Transformative Digital Projects

  Strategic Prioritization is fundamentally a way of developing ideas and then setting an order for preferred completion for each idea, thereby creating a ranking of importance. It’s especially difficult within a company structure because there are so many stakeholders and various personal opinions. However, according to a Harvard Business Review article, the payoff for

November 14, 2018
Changes Coming for Ethereum Smart Contracts with ERC-1400

Changes Coming for Ethereum Smart Contracts with ERC-1400

ERC stands for Ethereum Request for Contract, and they are documents used by the Ethereum smart contract developer community. Each ERC defines various rules that affect how tokens can be used within Ethereum. There’s a formal process for approving ERCs, with revisions and commentary provided through the community. The main reason for ERC-1400’s development is

November 8, 2018
Security vs. Utility Tokens: Key Differences and Similarities

Security vs. Utility Tokens: Key Differences and Similarities

Our previous post defined security tokens and explored several uses cases for “securitizing” various investments. We explained that security tokens are backed by real-world assets that are tangibly valuable. This makes the asset more liquid because it provides a building owner, art dealer, or classic car purveyor with access to capital while still retaining ownership

November 5, 2018
Why Tech Innovation Is The Key To Your Success?

Why Tech Innovation Is The Key To Your Success?

In today’s business landscape, one trait sets the best companies apart from the rest: innovation. But what is it exactly that makes innovative companies tick? There’s a paradox that runs straight through the business world: on the one hand, we need to make all the numbers add up. We must report back to our investors

November 2, 2018
The BIG Debate: Automated vs. Manual Testing

The BIG Debate: Automated vs. Manual Testing

Some debates are not easily resolved. Kanban or Scrum? Vim or Emacs? In the world of software, many technical engineering debates are created but never settled. True, most engineering debates can be emotional or reductionist; however, they often have little to do with actual engineering benefits, but everything to do with opinion. So it raises

October 22, 2018