This year, we celebrated a journey of 20 years. An intense, turbulent journey, full of ups and downs, good and bad, just like any other ambitious journey. At the heart of such an endeavour has been our community. I have often said that we are a community before we are a company. And what defines a community are the universal values that establish a certain way of living and feeling in everyday life, and strong bonds of unity among its members. I shall emphasise again: it is the community that makes our company and we shall not let the opposite happen.
We are living in an age of instant communication.
This is not only down to social networking becoming an everyday reality, but also because with the advent of on-the-go technology, new generations have learned to expect quicker gratification of most demands that they have.
Topics: AI & Machine Learning
Since late 2013, we’ve been involved in the Smart Meter Implementation Programme (SMIP) in the UK.
This unprecedented national project will see 53 million gas and electric meters installed across the country and spells a fundamental change for the way we use energy. It’s the biggest infrastructure change Britain has seen since the Second World War!
Topics: Smart Metering
How and when the performance of software should be reviewed can prove a heated discussion point. From what is often said, it may be assumed that any time spent thinking about the performance of software code at a lower level – for instance, the time specific functions take to execute or the amount of memory an operation uses – should be considered a waste.
With one immortal line Shakespeare captured the essence of the dilemma that Hamlet faced when considering avenging his father’s death. Should he become a murderer, or shouldn’t he?
Only 52% of people believe technology in the public sphere has been properly tested. This stat was revealed during CRITICAL Software’s recent ‘Test Your Tech’ campaign where a public opinion survey was conducted. It’s pretty astounding that half of us believe the tech we’re using has not been tested properly!
In this blog post, Paulo Faria, our Business Development Director for Managed Services, shares some valuable insights on outsourcing. Read on to learn the advantages of near versus offshoring, how companies can more easily decide what’s best for their needs and what factors are influencing the future of outsourcing.
Topics: Managed Services
Consistent innovation is the bread and butter of a business. Especially those businesses that exist to push society forward, to lead evolution and to invent tomorrow.
In an ideal world, the perfect job would be waiting for graduates as soon as their cap and gown come off. Real life is a little less ‘fairy tale’ and a lot more complicated: what’s next? What career is the right one? Which industry offers the best opportunities?
I have been fascinated by the field of AI since my early days at university, where I remember looking through the list of courses on my Computer Science degree and reading: “Artificial Intelligence: 4th Year Course - 2 Semesters”.