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Umbraco 7.2: Top 5 Features

Umbraco, the open source ASP.NET CMS released a big update late last year that resulted in the introduction of “Grid Layout” and “Responsive Preview”, both new to the system. Umbraco 7.2 aims to be the best authoring tool for editors in a responsive era, and this is how its team proposes to do so:   1. Grid Layout For years Rich Text Editors (RTE) have been an essential part in editing content, but modern sites that target multiple...

The New Business Development

Introducing the new business development… Business development has been in redesign for a few years already. In technology, it has taken a turn to building communities and understanding their needs before releasing a product or service. In fact, business development is done successfully now because of this change. It used to be that salespeople earned commissions in order to get excited about selling, to “increase the value of the...

Remote Teams: Effective Collaboration and how to Streamline Communications

International teams, remote teams and virtual teams are the same now: a group of individuals developing projects and building new organizations, working and residing in different places of the world. What remote teams are focusing on now are creative collaboration and communication between its members. Effectiveness comes right after, often by itself. There are different ways remote teams can work together to be productive and happy....

Your Client’s Cloud Computing Security

Rhipe Cloud Computing-Directors Edit from The Magnificent Itch on Vimeo. Cloud computing arrived with many advantages and options to implement in small businesses, but just like any IT infrastructure, it has aspects to consider when deciding to adopt its services. Cloud computing security, and more specifically, data security, is the main concern for technologists when it comes to cloud computing. However, as a non-technologist, having little...

Introduction to Software Projects Part III: Complex Projects

Welcome back! This is the third and final post where I discuss how we handle software projects at CSW Solutions. It’s time to talk about complex projects. Part 2 of this series mentions that complex projects are those where the technology and/or the requirements for the project are unknown. Our past articles also covered that these projects needed to be broken down into smaller pieces so they can be developed and implemented. Now, we need a...

Node.js: How Web Can Benefit from Non-Blocking I/O

A programming language which has been around web development for a long time is now revolutionizing the status quo with a new face: JavaScript. After years of only being considered for having a place at the browser level and only being good for client-side programming, it’s now on the server side scene, by the hand of Node.js, providing us with a steady new alternative for approaching web application development as a full stack language...
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Umbraco 7.2: Top 5 Features

August 12th, 2015

Umbraco, the open source ASP.NET CMS released a big update late last... ...

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The New Business Development

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Remote Teams: Effective Collaboration and how to Streamline Communications

May 5th, 2015

International teams, remote teams and virtual teams are the same... ...

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