Recently I was hired to take a look at a problem someone was having with their iPad app. It was crashing in a couple spots when connected to HDMI out.
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I feel like I could write a book on this subject.
In the past few days, I have two poor customer experiences that should have been better ‘if only’.
If only these companies had unified systems. Even for something as simple as a Point-Of-Sale system.
Here were my experiences with disparate systems:
In an episode of Master Chef, Gordon Ramsay said during the usual berating of a contestant:
“When you’re good at something, it creates confidence. When you’re insecure about something it creates an arrogance.”
We have become inundated with software. This was likely to happen as we have previously become inundated with hardware.
If someone is responsible for IT, they must have an IT background (education too). Where do you draw the line? Title.
I’m sure the last few years have had IT Leadership heralding the call to Mobile. “We must be mobile!”, “Our Company needs an App!” can be heard in leadership meetings far and wide.
So what are the options? What are the pros and cons to each?
Here is your guide:
When social media first came to the office, IT departments we tasked by management to make sure it was blocked from the work computers. Spending time on any social media website certainly wasn't being productive.
Small data is the stuff you keep in Excel or Access, or heaven forbid… a Word table. It’s on your desktop or a shared file that a few people use. It’s less than a million records. (A million sounds like a lot huh? It’s not really. There are 1.5 million items for sale on eBay right now….