Continuous improvement is a term every responsible company leader should familiarize themselves with, and it’s an important component for success in modern industry. There are many ways to implement ideas from this field into your own line of work, and you should explore those opportunities if you want to make sure that your company is always performing at the peak of its potential. One of the tools that you should pay special attention to is FileMaker, as it can significantly simplify the process of creating database applications, especially ones that require a lot of user input or other forms of complex interaction that might be difficult to prototype in something like an Excel sheet.
Rapid evolution of ideas
A great aspect of FileMaker is that it can allow you to very easily put your ideas to the test and ensure that they’re sensible in the first place, and even if you don’t end up using it for your complete solutions, it can still be a great stepping stone for ensuring that the initial requirements are met, and that the idea makes sense. Some development teams can benefit strongly from doing something like a dual development mode, where on one hand they’re prototyping ideas in FileMaker, and on the other, they’re implementing them in other programming environments that are better suited for the needs of the current project. Continue reading “FileMaker and Continuous Improvement”
For today’s businesses of all sizes, data loss prevention should be standard. There shouldn’t be debate anymore about how data loss is a real, common problem for small businesses and startups. Instead, businesses should implement appropriate prevention strategies.
This is especially important for startups. According to research from Small Business Trends, 58 percent of small businesses are not prepared for data loss. If they lose data, 60 percent of small businesses will shut down within six months of the incident.
Many startups and small businesses are taking a proactive approach to data loss prevention within their organizations. “When it comes to your company’s data, it’s always better to be safe than sorry,” the Small Business Trends article says. “Otherwise you run the risk of suffering huge losses. Continue reading “4 Prevention Strategies to Reduce Data Loss in Your Startup”
The digital age is here and there’s no stopping children from embracing technology particularly mobile technology of all sizes. It cannot be denied that even toddlers these days know how to operate a tablet or smartphone. But while this advancement in technology provides many benefits to people, experts caution against letting kids use their gadgets for long hours as it can be addictive and could lead to serious problems.
Indeed this frequent use of gadgets has already caused numerous parents to be concerned for their kids. Many are complaining over the fact that they could not easily stop their child from using their device and are having difficulty finding ways to keep them away from their favorite gadget. Continue reading “How to Be a Better Parent in This Digital Age”
The number one rule in website development is usability. No matter how wonderful your site looks, and no matter how much you paid top copywriters to crank out your sales copy, usability is king.
When you think of usability, you probably picture a solid horizontal menu with clear labels that take the user directly to the appropriate content. Usability in this simplified context is an intentionally constructed system for the user to engage. Continue reading “Why Using Large Headers Decreases Website Usability”
If you’ve ever been in a situation where your rights were violated, you know what it’s like to wish you had someone on your side to fight for you. Rights are violated every day, and often without resolution. Employees are often denied breaks, people’s voices are silenced, and kids are treated unfairly at school.
When it gets to be too much, there are people who will fight for your rights when you aren’t able to do it for yourself. Here are the top three groups of people that help bring justice to the world: Continue reading “3 People Who Want To Fight For Your Rights – For A Living”