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There have been so many technologies in the last couple of decades that have made their way from “needed” to completely and totally defunct.  Do you remember the Sony Walkman, perhaps?  Or even CDs and CD Players have become obsolete in this day and age.  Movie DVDs and Blu-Ray discs are becoming more...

Ward Cunningham had first used the term ‘Technical Debt’ in 1992 to address this problem with non-technical stakeholders. Low-quality Code and lack...

As a human being what is most required to increase productivity and performance at working? What is essential to increase productivity? Today latest technology...

The food service and hospitality industries generate a lot of waste that contains food, paper, plastics and cardboard. Managing these waste products are...

Within the average IT environment, downtime is viewed as the plague of all plagues. This is especially the case when the infrastructure supports a large...

It might be a new year, but the market is still just as relentless as it has always been. Some trends will grow, and some will wither away. It is up to...

While oil and gas prices may fluctuate, safety must remain a priority for offshore companies. Oil and Gas UK has released their Health and Safety Report...

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Computer science is one of the fastest growing sectors in the healthcare industry. This is mainly due to the fact that more and more healthcare facilities...

Working as a volunteer director on a not-for-profit organization’s board is a rewarding experience for many who want to give their time and skills to...