I've been milling over some things lately about the way we do business. It amazes me how even technology focused individuals like myself often utilize "the old fashioned way" of doing things. I still put the most important "to-dos" on paper, I still order pizza (when I eat it) over the phone, and I still buy birthday presents in store instead of online. While there is nothing wrong with doing things the old fashioned way, often it can cost valuable time. In business, that's not something we can always afford. Here are 3 tasks you need to make sure you have an app for.
In Silicon Valley today, there was a conference going on that most of us have never heard of. It's called ChefConf, and it revolves around a tool called Chef. Now, I'm not fully certain what Chef does, although it seems to be a tool used for creating a development workflow for just about anything that runs from code on computers. What you need to know is that it's an open source software that generally runs on Linux. Out of the thousands of developers that attended this conference, only run ran Chef on a Windows machine.
Welcome to our first Recommendation of the Week article! We're pretty excited as we hope this will provide an amazing benefit to you and your business. Today, we're going to start with a no-cost recommendation. If you're looking for a good antivirus software, but don't have the spare cash to pay for licensing, or you'd like a reliable second-opinion antivirus, it's time to look to Microsoft.
Since we brought up Linux yesterday, I thought it would be a good idea to do a little intro to the operating system. Here's our plan to test and review 5 Linux distributions over the next 5 weeks, with a final recap and comparison on week 6.