When you lead a company, finding the right balance between immediate needs and long-term growth is vital. When assessing your software needs, making the right choice between off-the-shelf and custom-made is crucial. So, how do you know if it’s time for your company to go custom? Ask yourself the ten questions below:
This question comes back regularly, but now we may have the beginning of an answer!
It went unnoticed, yet it was probably the IT world’s biggest news of the year: Windows 10 is going to be compatible with ARM processors.Microsoft has had some experience with ARM processors (ARMv7), with a more tablet-specific operating system misleadingly called Windows RT, which came out in 2012 when Microsoft launched its first Surface tablet.
Since the Windows 10 Anniversary update, and thanks to an agreement between Microsoft and Canonical, it is now possible to install Ubuntu directly, free of virtual machines and containers.It’s actually very easy. Just follow these simple steps to configure:Go to Windows Settings (Windows+i), then choose Update & security.