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Outdated Technology

Outdated Technology: Cheap Comes At A Price

Outdated Technology – Better to Keep It Than to Change It? In the business world, its leaders or managers always execute a delicate balance. Whether it’s to take on labor or capital goods. Between expands the workspace or increases the advertising budget. These and many more. All aimed at conserve resources and keep costs down.…
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IT Contracts

IT Contracts: What You Need To Know

IT Contracts: What Do We Talk About? In the business world, we move through contracts. Of all sorts. From the unwritten to the formal. Employment, purchase, and rental contracts are just some of them. But there is one that in these times of Covid-19 is particularly relevant. It’s the Information Technology contract (IT contracts). What…
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SMBs

SMBs : Three Steps You Can Take Immediately

SMBs and Coronavirus: How to Cope With The Crisis? We are not adding anything new by saying we are in a global crisis. And as a kind of threat, we can react to it in two directions. Fight or flight. In this case, it doesn’t look like we can escape it. So, in what way…
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Home working

Home Working: It Is Finally Time?

Home Working: What Is? In our last post we commented on the consequences of the Coronavirus in our daily lives. And those changes are here to stay, at least in the short term. That’s why we have to adapt, both personally and professionally. On the latter, many employers already encourage or require their staff to…
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Digital Evolution

Digital Evolution : The Cart Don’t Pull the Horse

Digital Evolution, a Must? We believe that there is no doubt that today’s digital evolution is an imperative for modern business. In an ever changing and competitive environment, being at the avant garde allows you not only to stay in time but to thrive. But… Yes, but. The term was devalued. It went from a…
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Legal Tech

Legal Tech: The Practice of Law to Come

Legal Tech: What Is and What Is It For? Those of us who pass through the legal profession know that it is inherently conservative. We find several reasons for this, but we believe that it is basically due to risk aversion. Liability to the client makes the lawyer think more of the negative consequences than…
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SaaS On-Premise

SaaS or On-Premise: What’s the Best Deployment Model?

SaaS & On-Premise Since the emergence and expansion of cloud services, a question has arisen in organizations: Which is the best model of software installation, SaaS or On-Premise? Although it is not easy to give a categorical answer, we will try from these lines to put clarity on an issue in which increasingly more organizations…
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Huawei ban

Huawei ban: What are the consecuences?

US banned Huawei. Something to worry about? Last Thursday, a new battlefront erupted in the trade war between the US and China. President Donald Trump included telecom giant Huawei on a so-called commercial “blacklist”. What does this mean? That American companies will not receive licenses to do business with Huawei, with some exceptions. Yesterday, Google…
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knowledge industry

Argentina : government proposed a ‘knowledge industry’ law

What is the knowledge industry bill? In an action that seeks to promote the so-called “knowledge industry”, the Argentine government will send a bill to Congress for its parliamentary treatment. The sectors involved are software, geology, nanotechnology, industry 4.0, audiovisual production, biotechnology, and R&D in areas such as engineering and agriculture. The project’s goal is…
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software overspend

Software overspend: Some clues to stop it

The importance to know: How to detect software overspend Information is power. Not only the external to the organization. To know what the company is, where will go and what’s have is paramount. For what? To better assign their resources. Consequently, it’s important to have policies and processes in place to achieve it. One of…
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