We like to think we are pretty up to speed with what’s going on in our world and industry so we are always posting new stories and our thoughts on software, software development and systems which we thought we’d share with you here.

What sort of Software packages should a start-up look to have in their business?

One of our clients is a building company who focus on developing commercial space for businesses. I was speaking with their MD recently and asked him

Being a software company in North East England

Being a software development business in North East England is certainly a roller coaster ride with lots of pros and cons to it: – On one hand i

Software pricing: on premise vs cloud

The costs of software can vary depending on whether you choose cloud based software or on premise software. We have previously written about scenarios

Top software trends in 2017 and beyond

With New Year now a distant memory and the cold dark nights coming to an end we can start to look optimistically at what to expect from the Software/

Red Robot’s Jargon article series: The Cloud & Cloud computing

The 8th and last in our jargon series (for the time being at least) looks at the concept of cloud computing. The cloud is an emergent type of computin

Red Robot’s Jargon article Series: Number 7 – Mobile Applications (Apps)

The 7th article in our Jargon Series looks at mobile applications (commonly referred to as apps) and how they can be utilised to create bespoke softwa

Bio-Computing to solve car problems

In recent news it’s been announced that Hungry Penguins have inspired a solution to the organisation of code in smart cars. This particular problem

Red Robot’s Jargon article Series: Number 6 – Front End, Middleware and Back End

Front End, Middleware and Back End – what are they and how are they different? The 6th article in our Jargon Series we look at the software engineer

Top 5 Programming Languages in terms of popularity

A client asked the other day “How many programming languages actually are there and which is the best?” I’ll admit I didn’t know the answer to

How do you like them apples?

Chris D. Baker 20th Jan 2017 Fruitfly’s take a byte out of macOS, Apple rotten to its core.   A recent discovery of an ancient security fla