The velocity of the software market has been steadily increasing over the years. Where it used to be just fine to release updates and patches every 3-6 months, today you risk being seen as sluggish if you’re not releasing something every day. We’re not far from a universal assumption of daily updates and hourly patches. Are your systems, and perhaps more importantly, your teams, ready for that?
Of all the ways a hacker can gain access to your confidential business information, Business Email Compromise, or BEC, is one of the least well understood in the business community.
What comes to mind when we say “product development?” Chances are your brain went one of two directions. Either you thought, “sweet new widgets,” or you thought, “major headaches.” If you’re in the second camp, good news! We have some thoughts on how to avoid the five major hurdles teams encounter during the various stages of new product development. But before we get into that, let’s clear up some of the basics so we’re all on the same page.
Just What Is The Product Development Life Cycle?
Macroeconomic factors are pushing businesses across sectors to find ways to lower costs, improve customer satisfaction, and improve overall productivity. With the emergence of many new technologies in the past few years, BPA (business process automation) has become an increasingly attractive option for many organizations.
The world in the grips of a pandemic. The COVID-19 Coronavirus has countries around the globe on lockdown. The speed with which it spread from modest origins in Asia to encompass the rest of the world is truly mind-boggling. It’s taken many of the world’s best healthcare systems time to catch up to the reality we’re now facing.
Logistics 4.0 is an offshoot of the larger trend in manufacturing known as Industry 4.0. Think of it as being to the supply chain what Industry 4.0 is to the factory, and you’ll begin to see the potential for massive disruption (of the good kind).