A Recipe For Outsourcing Your Software Development

July 28th, 2014 — 12:01 am
A Recipe for Outsourcing Your Software Development by Steve Mezak Outsourcing your software development can save you time and money if you know what you need. Too often US companies attempt to outsource without a good understanding of what their software should do, and this is the biggest cause of outsourcing failure. It is unreasonable to expect your outsourcing team to have a menu of software, pre-prepared, so you can just select the items you want. Ever go to a restaurant with a picky eater? ...
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Getting Software Developed for Your Business

July 21st, 2014 — 12:00 am
At some point, your business is going to need to have some software development. Maybe your business is small, but existing software doesn't fit your needs. Maybe your company is larger, with significant technology resources already, but you need an outside perspective. Whatever the reason, it can be difficult to choose an software developer, especially if you aren't a technical person. I've heard stories about selecting developers from all sorts of people. Quite a few have told me heard ...
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Professional Closet Organizing

July 19th, 2014 — 02:28 am
Take An Inventory Of Your Entire Wardrobe. Decide what you wear most often, seldom, or what you not wear at all. Remove the items you haven't worn in over a year and donate them to charity.Donate items that do not fit. Anything that is damaged beyond reasonable repair should be trashed.Make a decision as to what needs to be put in storage.Determining what to keep in the closet based on seasonal needs.Garments should be organized by type and then by color.As an example, blouses can first be by ...
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Innovative Lighting Partnership Highlights Significant Architectural Achievement

July 11th, 2014 — 02:04 am
SWANSEA, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - November 1, 2009) - It's brand new. It can be seen from miles around. It's an architectural landmark that embodies key influences and inspirations from ancient Islamic art and traditions, melded with the artistry and geometries associated with speed, movement and spectacle. Its visual impact is all made possible by leading-edge LED technology. It's the Yas Hotel, a 500-room, 85,000-square-meter complex recently completed by Aldar Properties PJSC, Abu ...
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