Do you use a job management software for invoiving, payments, accounting, etc? Has it changed the way you work or improved your processes?
Or another? Which one works for you?
I agree that Skype isn't what it used to be.
At my company, we always had an affinity for Skype but once Microsoft bought it, it's been kind of a hassle to use. It still has nice chat features and it works well as an alternative medium to Slack and Zoom for internal messaging and video conferencing. But because it's not super simple to set up anymore, we prefer Zoom for client-facing meetings. It's just more intuitive.
But of course Zoom has its issues, especailly when it comes to security. Zoom isn't necessairly end-to-end encrypted, so if you have sensitive data, it's not the best platform: https://theintercept.com/2020/03/31/zoom-meeting-encryption/. Although most of the time, this isn't a problem, it is something to be aware of.
I've used Slack for meetings in the past, and if you have one or two people in a call, it works fine. I've never personally tried it with more. Now that Salesforce bought Slack, we'll have to wait and see if there's any major changes to the platform.
These are also just the "big boys" of VoIP and chat, and there's so many smaller companies out there with features that might be better suited for your work (and budget!).
We're looking at moving away from barcodes to RFID and would love to get some advice on it. Does anyone happen to know an RFID expert that I could be pointed to?
Why Node.js development? what are its benifits?
Hi Hatty. Sorry - I could answer this basically but I am not a node.js expert, so rather get an answer from someone who works with it. It's quite deep technically so most descriptions will sound like gobbledegook to most people.
Can any one provide the name of the company that offers quality services
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There are so many... Which one do you use?
Is there a difference between IT companies, tech, and software companies? What are the services they provide?
Every software company is an IT company but every IT company may not be a software company. For example, a hardware company is an IT company but not a software company.
IT (Information Technology) is a catch-all for the industry at present, any job that is primarily to do with the operation of computers or developing for them is within the "IT industry/sector".
However, within the UK at least, job descriptions and adverts tend to reserve "IT" within a job title, as administration, procurement and technical support for company computing resources. Everything from sysadmin work, to front-line technical support, or hardware repair and procurement/policy for internal IT.
Software Engineering specifically means developing software, analysis, design, programming - creating new software, or maintaining/altering existing software.
It is very different to a technical role. The skill set is quite different, technical support guys are not necessarily programmers and (contrary to a lot of non-IT peoples' belief structures) software engineers are not necessarily any good at technical support. Though Software Engineers are within the "IT sector", which confuses the matter slightly in the job market.