When you’ve invested time and money into creating great software that adds value to your business, you don’t need to keep it to yourself. Licensing your software can be a valuable new, ongoing and PASSIVE revenue stream for your business.
Funding for technology and innovation is always changing, so we thought we’d keep you up-to-date with new schemes you may be eligible for.
Earlier this month Rob & Simon had a tour of the Science & Technology Facilities Council labs at Daresbury and it got them thinking. If you’re considering investing in your company’s IT infrastructure, let us find out if you’re eligible for grant funding.
Knowing what data to gather is one challenge, managing that data so that becomes business intelligence and useful in everyday business operations, is quite another. That’s why it’s important to think ahead when you’re planning your data management strategy.
Developing software in an ever-changing digital world is tough. Here we look at the pros and cons of using a full stack developer.
All software projects must be thoroughly tested before they go live. No matter how thorough the planning and delivery process, there are always bugs and issues which need to be ironed out before launch
Lat week we were delighted to exhibit at a Technology Showcase hosted by Liverpool John Moores University
How can bespoke software help you and your teams work remotely for the long-term?
Just like the women’s European Championship, a web-based mapping service we developed a number of years ago is coming home to RGS!
We’re always interested in emerging technologies, even if they don’t have immediate application to our clients. Quantum computing is very much the talk of the tech industry so we thought we’d take this opportunity to explain what they are and how they work.