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In a previous article, we expanded on some of the measures you can take to digitize your business.
We believe that businesses will inevitably make the switch to having some form of an online presence. And it’s not only us, as 78% of SME’s believed that it’s important in 2016.
Even though the advantage of going online is fairly evident with the ongoing pandemic, we still want to bring you a few reasons why transforming your offline business into an online one increases your robustness against future calamities, as this is a reality entrepreneurs need to …
The pandemic has forced the world into a sequestered work environment.
Thankfully, some of us are able to work from home, which is miles better than not having a job at all.
One of the biggest promoters of remote work, Gitlab, released a report for March, which can be considered to be the first month of enforced remote work caused by the pandemic.
The report is based on over 3,000 respondents, who shared their insights and experience working remotely.
Most of the respondents came from English-speaking countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, …
The current ongoing pandemic is a harbinger of what’s to come. Society is probably not going to go back to what it was before, not having gone back before other major events, such as 9/11.
It’s important to have an open mind about how the world will shift in the upcoming months and years. One aspect that caught our attention is the rising number of advertisers that start pulling out their ad efforts for, various reasons.
Advertising, especially target advertising, has been a boon on the business industry, while some believing it as the single most important factor in business …
Health applications have been a great addition to society as we know it. Coupling the ubiquitousness of smart devices with good software makes for a better health-centric view on life as a user.
Samsung introduced its heart rate monitor with the release of the Galaxy S5 in 2014, kickstarting the mainstream adoption of health sensors on our most trusted devices.
The heart rate monitor provided accurate reads of the user’s bpm, without needing to bust out cash for a blood pressure monitor.
Of course, the sensor isn’t perfect, but it has been reliable enough to provide users with an idea …
Those of you who like tinkering with projects, be they on a computer or outside of it, know how frustrating it is to not have the proper tools when you need them.
What would take around 3 seconds with an electrical screwdriver takes instead 5 minutes and some future hand calluses.
The same principle applies to the current state of affairs.
As the IT industry is forced to work remotely, people need to have around the proper tool-set to conduct their day-to-day working lives.
In this article, we’re going to provide you with a …
Because of the recent pandemic, more and more businesses are forced to take up working remotely. Some are more prepared than others, especially those that have been working fully remotely.
But for those like us, which support remote work but generally are more in-house focused, working remotely represents a significant challenge.
We’ll try and provide you here with 10 tips on how to manage through the current Covid-19 crisis while working at home, tips that we’re all trying to implement in our day-to-day working lives.
1. Have a morning routine
Our first …
In 2016, over 45% of SME business owners thought that digitizing their business is absolutely necessary for the upcoming future. Four years and a full ongoing pandemic later, it’s extremely important for businesses to move fast and digitize as much as they can in an effort to avoid bankruptcy.
Let’s not be all doom and gloom though, as you can take the current context as an opportunity to make that step you always wanted toward digitization.
As for the nonbelievers, we’ll provide you with reasons why digitizing your business can be revitalizing, especially in dire …
So you’re sitting at home, browsing the internet as per usual (too much Reddit, I know…we’re all guilty of the same pleasure) and you open up another tab to see some news updates. Troubles in another country, a fire put out by firefighters (maybe even a kitty or two saved), and other news like these. The usual stuff.
Suddenly you reach an article about a new wonder app, maybe a new social media app that’s all the rave. Heck, even some of your friends are hopping in on the digital train. After perusing the article and even trying the app …
How to maintain your creativity?
Think about creativity as a resource. It can be a renewable resource if you manage it properly. However, for that, you will need some serious commitment. Here are some tips on how to develop your creativity.
Learn something new every day
There are various things about how to do this. For example, if you follow the right accounts on social media you can learn something every day. It only takes 4 or 5 minutes a day to read a good article or to watch an informational video.
Some of us may like to watch something …
Codenamed Project LightSpeed, Facebook’s Messenger got a revamp on iOS, and from a technical standpoint, it’s a feat that deserves much praise.
In short, they managed to:
- Make the app boot twice as fast
- Reduce core Messenger code by 84%
- Reduce 1.7M lines of code to 360.000
Yup, it’s that amazing. Basically, they used native code where possible, reusing the UI with dynamic templates powered by SQLite and they even built a server broker to operate as a universal gateway between Messenger and its server features.
It’s no wonder they decided to restructure the application. At its peak, the app’s …