U.S. Nuclear Program Still Running on Floppy Discs: What will it cost to upgrade to Custom Software Development?

By Brian Geary on Jun 24, 2016 10:00:00 AM

From 1967 through 1976, eight-inch floppy disks were the latest and greatest thing. That was before Apple computers was even founded, before Jimmy Carter became President, and before the world even had home video consoles or personal computers. Many of today's generation don't even realize that the reason they called the old, hard-cased 3.5 inch discs "floppy discs" is that the original 8-inch and 5.25-inch discs were, in fact, floppy, if you held them up and waved them around. That was a long time ago.

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7 Tips For Writing Software Requirements for Your SMB's App Development

By Brian Geary on Jun 13, 2016 9:30:00 AM

Are you a small to mid-sized business looking to build your perfect application or software? Where do you start?

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Evaluation: The First and Final Steps in Custom Software Development

By Brian Geary on May 31, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Not all software development projects meet their intended goals. In fact, the bigger they are, the harder they fall. Some go over budget, are not delivered at the specified time, or are not suitable for their intended purposes once delivered. How can your company assure that the project will be a success? The key to a successful development project is evaluation. Evaluation should be both the first and the final steps in any custom development project.

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Choosing a Software Developer for Your Small to Medium Sized Business

By Brian Geary on Apr 28, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Once you decide to build a custom software, you need to determine how you’re going to build it. Hiring a software development team is your best bet, especially if you’re a small to medium sized business.

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Handling Small Business Tech Problems

By Brian Geary on Mar 24, 2016 8:00:00 AM

As an IT executive, you may not have the resources or the manpower to immediately handle every small business problem related to technology that arises. Consequently, you might have plenty of small issues that need to be resolved before they develop into larger problems. Here are some common small business technology headaches and tips that will help you resolve them quickly and efficiently.

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Make Writing Software Requirements Easy

By Brian Geary on Mar 17, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Are you writing a technical requirements document for a software development project? You better brew another pot of coffee. Not only are requirements documents a time consuming and tedious task, they also require a good deal of technical knowledge from the author and honestly, aren't very fun to write.

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