Businesses and consumers alike are finding new ways to use drone every day. From real estate to event photography to sports, drones are being used for a number of purposes. On top of that, people are finding drones to be a great past time activity too. This is the reason why there has been a spike in the demand of the drones and people all over the world are looking to buy one. However, buying a drone isn’t a piece of cake. There are a number of aspects that you need to keep in mind before you go into the market to buy one. The following are some tips that are going to help you in buying a drone that is fit for your needs. The following areas should be examined prior to purchasing a drone.
Purpose of Use
The first tip for buying a drone is to identify the purpose for which you want this vehicle. For instance, if you are looking to get this device for purely recreational purposes then even a small
Cloud computing has revolutionized the way technology is used to share information and resources to achieve coherence, relevance and economy of scale. These three factors are hugely important today when individuals and businesses require being in the forefront of their activities and achieving profits and revenues while reigning in expenditure.
This kind of computing is the method or model of internet-based computing that provides on demand, processing capabilities as well as data to computers and other devices on a network through a shared pool of resources such as applications and services, networks, servers and storage devices, which can be requested and used with minimal effort. Cloud computing enables businesses and users with capabilities to store and process vital data in third-party data centers.
In simple terms, cloud computing means the storing and accessing of information and applications over the internet instead of leaving them on local hard drives or in-house servers. The information accessed is not ‘physically close’ and the metaphor ‘cloud’ relates back to the days of flowcharts, graphs and presentations where the server
What if a professional athlete set a standard where winning was not enough? Instead, they had to achieve a personal best or break a previous record year after year.
What if a new theme park opened on schedule, with no delays, and offered tickets to the first one million visitors to return at any time and bring up to 100 guests at no additional charge?
Welcome to my world. As an IT provider, I face the similar challenge: that is, delivering a project experience to customers that will not only achieve all project goals, but also blow them away.
I have delivered on hundreds of projects for customers in my career and I have seen projects go smoothly and poorly. I have seen projects end with both the customer and the provider feeling a sense of accomplishment, and I have seen projects drag on for months, even years and then dwindle out almost as if customer and provider conceded defeat for any of the following reasons:
- lofty project goals
- misjudged budgets
- technology that couldn’t be wrangled in
Sound familiar to anyone? These are some of the reasons why PMI (pmi.org) reports that 89 percent of
We’re living in a technological boom where every day we’re learning about a new development. Sometimes you encounter a new technology which is more sophisticated and helps you get your work done faster and/or more efficiently. Technology is becoming more so as it is shown in the tech savvy fiction films where the machines have their own brains. Drones are a modern marvel that have impressed not only the military, but have also captured the imagination of the common people too.
There are many people who would like to buy a drone for themselves but these aerial vehicles come at a premium price. This is why you have to weigh various pros and cons before you get to the stage of buying a drone. You may like to have a reception party and capture those precious moments at angles and heights that look amazing. If you have money to spend then you could buy a drone for your personal usage. However, like most people, if your spending budget is low then it is better to rent a drone instead.
There are various companies in the market that offer drone rentals. When it comes to deciding upon
Tips on Making Distributed Agile Successful
Purists and Scrum hipsters will argue that dispersed teams are a taboo in Agile communities of practice. However, in reality there are many instances where an organization has to outsource due to lack of local skill set or other reasons. Being prepared for what to expect and how to approach and prepare for the facilitation of distributed teams can go a long way in ensuring the success of the Agile initiative.
1. Decide on how to distribute
- Teams work differently in their remote locations, but the whole team officially syncs up at least once a day, but also ad-hoc as situations call for it;
- ach team in each location has all the necessary skills to execute on the committed sprint backlog;
- Individuals in different cities must be encouraged to work as one team as opposed to one team in country A and another in country B;
2. Create stickiness or coherence
- We want teams that will stick together which requires a clear vision;
- We therefore acknowledge that cultures in our team differ – we should encourage collaboration and relationship nurturing early on in the project for sub-cultures to form;
- Work actively
While fiber optic cables have been around for a long time, most people don’t fully understand them. Due to this, there are plenty of myths surrounding them. Some of the most common myths include:
The optic fibers are expensive
Years ago, the fibers used to be expensive. They were more expensive than copper. This is no longer the case. Nowadays, due to the drop in the manufacturing costs and ease of terminations, fiber optics are now less expensive than most of the copper installations. In addition to the cables being cheap, they are also easy to maintain.
The cables are difficult to terminate
Just as the fiber cables were expensive a few years ago, they were also difficult to terminate. The cables were fragile, they required you to limit the amount of exposed glass, and the glass shards were dangerous thus you had to take great care of yourself. With advances in technology, this is no longer the case. Nowadays terminating the fibers with SSF is very easy. In fact, you can do it with just a little training.
The fiber optic is impossible to hack
Fiber optic cables are often used