April 23, 2020 | Washington Business Journal
The novel coronavirus has upended any and all plans the region’s startups had heading into 2020. They’re experiencing pain and pressure, trying to protect their bottom lines while continuing to fundraise and grow and, in some cases, merely stay afloat. And now more than ever, they’re making cuts — of positions, salaries and services — as they work to figure out what comes next.
April 22, 2020 | Human Resources Director
The constantly evolving COVID-19 health crisis is putting pressure on workforce managers to produce real-time data about the health of their employees.
April 15, 2020 | Enterprise Times
Malcolm Ross talks about the challenge of being customer-focused. It’s a phrase that technology companies use a lot, but in many cases, it means reacting to customer demand. That creates a problem.
April 01, 2020 | Enterprise Times
One of the selling points of low-code and no-code environments is the idea of democratisation of software. It is not a new concept, Object Orientation promoted this back in the 1980s. ET asked Beckley about who low-code was aimed at, developers or end-users.
March 31, 2020 | TechRadar
Free services are helping businesses mitigate the effects of the virus outbreak.
March 31, 2020 | TechTarget
Application developers with skills and an idea could design an app to combat the virus. Follow these insights to effectively design and deploy a coronavirus-related app.