The idea that every company is a tech company has never been truer. In the age of COVID-19, the embrace of and investment in technology and its deployment has increased dramatically. Teams must understand how, why, and where technology will function in the real world.
While the coronavirus’ impact on industries like healthcare and education has been obvious and much discussed, it is also accelerating the digital transformation of a less obvious industry: beauty.
Join our discussion with industry leaders in government, healthcare, property management, and sports, that adding tech to deliver your product or service involves planning, disruption, and innovation. It is time, especially during COVID-19, that we realize that every company is now a technology company.
When your top talent gets a call from your competitor down the street offering a 10% bump in salary, will they stay or jump? Is money everything? What can else can you offer them so that they will stay with you? There are no absolutes, but there are companies with low turn-over and the things they pay attention to tend to be quite different from what the companies that have retention issues pay attention to.
New AWS feature – Resource permissions for EC2 RDS http://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2013/07/08/announcing-resource-permissions-for-amazon-ec2-and-amazon-rds/?ref_=pe_395470_31013550_7 History of tech – Vannivar Bush and Douglas Engelbart intersected – he read Vannivar’s future of tehchnology paper – http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/07/the-hut-where-the-internet-began/277551/ http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1945/07/as-we-may-think/303881/ Another browser-based IDE, but this one has lots of integration – https://codenvy.com/ Developers begin to focus new efforts on tablets, phones hold steady http://gigaom.com/2013/07/12/survey-far-fewer-developers-are-prioritizing-smartphone-apps-over-tablet-apps/ … Read More