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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.

Red Robot’s Jargon article Series: Number 5 – Multitenancy

Red Robot’s Jargon article Series: Number 5 – Multitenancy

The 5th article in our Jargon Series covers Multitenancy (aka multi tenanted software). This is a type of software architecture – how software
Red Robot’s Jargon article Series: Number 4 – Software deployment methods

Red Robot’s Jargon article Series: Number 4 – Software deployment methods

The 4th article in our jargon series covers software deployment and the methods available to you for this, The 5 methods themselves could be
Red Robot’s Jargon article series: Number 3 – Big Data

Red Robot’s Jargon article series: Number 3 – Big Data

The third instalment of our jargon article series covers Big Data.   Big Data is a term for a collection of data from traditional & digital
Is Fake Facebook News getting out of hand?

Is Fake Facebook News getting out of hand?

I’m sure you’ll be aware of Facebook and probably even aware of its news features. Like all systems it isn’t perfect, however its flaws are very
Red Robot’s Jargon article series: Number 2 – The Internet of things

Red Robot’s Jargon article series: Number 2 – The Internet of things

The second instalment of our jargon article series covers The Internet of Things (or IoT as its known). IoT is the concept of connecting devices and
Red Robot’s Jargon article series: Number 1 – Freemium

Red Robot’s Jargon article series: Number 1 – Freemium

Number 1 – Freemium Welcome to the first instalment of our jargon article series – here we are going to take popular terms around software and
Welsh Scientist have used the AI that Facebook and eBay uses to identify serial killers.

Welsh Scientist have used the AI that Facebook and eBay uses to identify serial killers.

By Christopher D. Baker – 25/11/16 Welsh Scientists use Computer Vision AI to Hunt Serial Killers, sources state. University researchers have
The 7 Benefits of Bespoke Software

The 7 Benefits of Bespoke Software

Whether to use of the shelf software or whether to build custom software is a question a lot of businesses ask themselves when wanting to use
Great Britain to fight back

Great Britain to fight back

By Christopher D. Baker – 11/11/2016 Contents1 Cyber-attack at an all-time high2 Attack of the Triple D’s2.1 Defence2.2 Deter2.3 Develop3
Why do software projects fail? A brief look into effective project management

Why do software projects fail? A brief look into effective project management

Why do software projects fail? A brief look into project management We are in a boom for software projects, mobile applications, SaaS and the