Simplistically, software maintenance is a service you buy once you have purchased a software licence to ensure the ongoing quality of that piece of software.
You’ll hear it called “support”, “maintenance”, “warranty”, “subscription” and these are all similar but subtly different concepts:
No doubt you will have heard of ‘2-factor authentication’. It’s often something your UK bank would say they’re introducing in order to beef up the security of online banking. What does 2-factor authentication mean? This article provides a brief introduction, but first of all we must start at the beginning with….
Over the years I’ve been involved in countless IT projects. Lots of them have been software development projects, but I’ve also done other types of IT-related work. I’ve been a team member (working for a project manager); I’ve been the project manager; and I’ve also managed a programme of multiple projects. Not all of them have gone smoothly by any stretch of the imagination, but here’s eight tips from my accumulated experience…
A little while ago we published an article which was a gallop through the web-based apps we found we essential to operate our start-up business as efficiently as possible.
A year on, we thought it was time to provide a quick update.
Everyone’s heard of IT – Information Technology. It’s very likely that someone at your work, or a whole team, are responsible for providing IT for your organisation. But have you ever heard of IT’s sibling, ‘OT’ - short for Operational Technology? If not, then read on…