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December 18, 2019

Old Habits Die Hard

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As part of our Digital + Personal Transformation (DxPx) series, we’re showcasing parallels between transformation in our digital and personal lives. We’re analyzing patterns in both software development and personal growth to learn and share how we can become better professionals and people In our previous post, we explored the difference between monolithic and iterative rollouts, […]

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December 17, 2019

How to Tell When Your Old System Needs to Be Updated

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After a certain point, patching and upgrading your legacy system is no longer an appealing option. No matter what you do, the system still lags behind and can’t quite seem to keep up with newer apps that push technological boundaries. At this point, upgrading your legacy system becomes imperative. As the tech world around us […]

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December 10, 2019

The Challenges of Developing an App That Works Without the Internet

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Though it may seem commonplace in the U.S., about 1.6 billion people across the world still live in places where mobile broadband networks are not even accessible. Network use in those places is typically limited to hotspot availability. This creates a big challenge for app developers. How do you cater to those people by creating […]

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October 30, 2019

Three Tips for Using the “Train the Trainer” Method to Implement New Company Software

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Rolling out new software can be a complex process that consumes inordinate amounts of time, financial resources, and labor. Using the “Train the Trainer” method, you can streamline the process, minimize loss, and roll out a new system more smoothly. Here are a few tips for applying Train the Trainer to your implementation program. Aim […]

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October 30, 2019

The Future of Policing: How Susco’s Mobile App Helped Improve French Quarter Security

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World-renowned for its culture, food, and nightlife, the French Quarter is central to New Orleans’ $7 billion tourism industry. However, rising crime rates in the area and an understaffed police force that was stretched to its limits caused long emergency response times. This led to a decreased sense of security throughout the neighborhood. Thanks to […]

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