Much like tech itself, IT projects are a whirlwind. There are so many projects, all happening at the same time. As a result, mistakes do happen. So, it’s important to make sure you don’t repeat them. Here are some common IT project mistakes and how to avoid them.
There’s a lot of project management software on the market. But that doesn’t mean choosing one is something you can take lightly — or do in a jiffy. Here’s a primer to help you pick the PM software that best fits you and your team’s needs.
Salesforce Trailhead is awesome. We can all agree with that. It’s robust. You get points for answering questions. It’s free. Though, most companies use multiple methods of training users. Here’s why you need more than Trailhead to build an effective Salesforce training program.
The beginning of the end of Salesforce Classic is near. We’ve been saying that for a while, but now it’s getting real. If you purchased certain Salesforce licenses after July 2018, you never knew Classic.
You’ve probably already seen the tools show up. You might already be using them. Either way, here are ways admins can encourage their users to adopt Lighting.
In recent years, Python’s popularity has exploded — and not only among programmers. You might be surprised to know that Python is a data scientist’s dream. We took a look at why the data science industry has embraced Python.
To code or leave it to a framework? That’s a question debated by programmers. To be fair, it’s not an easy one to answer. Some key considerations can guide you in making the right choice for you and your organization.
Considering learning a programming language? If you’ve started researching, we don’t blame you if your head is spinning; there are so many choices. Let’s make it easier for you. Here’s why Python is the first programming language you should learn.
On-premises data centers are either dying or scaling back. With the uncertainty swirling, it’s better to spread your skills out. As software takes over hardware in the data center, it’s a good idea to pair your data center skills with these certifications.
In 2017, Cisco introduced the DNA product line, touting it as an IBNS (Identity Based Networking Services) product. We’re taking a look at whether Cisco realized its vision — and whether it’s worth an upgrade.