Anyone who has paid even the slightest bit of attention to the progression of global industry in recent years has noticed two inescapable facts: First, software has had an irreversible influence on virtually every business sector. Second, everyone from the traditional players within the cloud-based service industry to newcomers involved in the SaaS marketplace appears
Microsoft has introduced a preview of Azure Dedicated Host, which provides a physical server hosted on Azure and not shared with other customers. Alongside this new service, the company has made licensing changes that will make Microsoft software more expensive for some customers of AWS, Google and Alibaba. Although an Azure dedicated host is a
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Making good software isn’t hard. But in the race to generate more revenue, businesses sometimes lose sight of what’s important. In fact, sticking to a few basic rules can help you grow your bottom line. In this three-part series, I explain how the golden rules of software development will help you create software people love
An Apple store in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Two students in Oregon allegedly defrauded the company out of nearly $900,000, according to a criminal complaint. Mary Altaffer/AP Two men allegedly scammed Apple out of nearly $900,000 by essentially trading the company fake iPhones for legitimate devices. According to federal prosecutors it was an
Since childhood, many have carried a Swiss Army Knife in a pocket or purse—always. Before the days of Visa credit cards, a pocket knife was the one thing any prepared adult couldn’t leave home without—because no matter what problem happened to arise, it was the tool that would inevitably somehow provide or create a solution.