When the Coronavirus pandemic began to more seriously impact the United States in mid-March 2020, many businesses mandated that their employees work from home until further notice. Though businesses are now beginning to reopen and many Americans are slowly heading back into the office, a large chunk of the U.S. workforce is still working remotely…

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Ask any software developer or quality assurance specialist and they’ll confirm: Bugs can cost businesses big money. According to Tricentis, companies across the world lost $1.1 trillion in 2016 due to software failures. That may sound like an exaggeration, but think about how many critical processes rely on software and how everyday business operations might be…

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For this quarter’s Women in Technology meeting, several team members from Issuetrak attended and were able to hear a talk by Renee Wynn, Chief Information Officer of NASA. While most of us understand what NASA is and have a general idea of what the team at NASA does, Wynn provided extraordinary behind the scenes insight.…

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From the emergence of the Internet of Things to the encroaching threat of automation, the transportation and logistics industry is in for a lot of new developments in the next several years. One thing that won’t change, however, is the need for steadfast compliance with every regulation facing this sector. Trucking, freight and shipping fleets…

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