10 project management myths to avoid

10 project management myths to avoid

Every industry, profession and company develops and operates with rules and guidelines. Alongside these, myths emerge, and the project management profession is no different. Here are the 10 most commonly held project management myths. Recognizing these project management myths and working to overcome the challenges they can create is vital in ensuring that projects are planned, executed, and completed based on best practices instead of misconceptions.

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Exclusive: Farrer & Co to move to Azure – here’s the roadmap

Exclusive: Farrer & Co to move to Azure – here’s the roadmap

Farrer & Co LLP has selected digital transformation consultancy SystemsUp to help it move to a secure Microsoft Azure hybrid cloud platform and a desktop environment based on Office 365 and Windows 10, we can reveal. IT director Neil Davison and SystemsUp managing director Nick Martin talked to us about the process that they have engaged in so far and the two-year road map ahead.

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what's up: Effective Outsourcing

Tips to Effectively Outsource Programming and Other Services

This article briefly discusses basic tips on how to outsource IT services effectively. It also includes the key to successful hires, particularly in programming. Startup businesses usually tend to be ambitious with their operations that they take on every possible task out there. The desire to be competitive pushes them to get all willing clients, but oftentimes, they lack the expertise and time to get to work on it. They lose the ability to follow through as a result. So they consider

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what's up: Importance of Back-End

Importance of Back-End Web Development

While creating a new website, developers have to focus on both frontend and backend development. The frontend of an application refers to the code that is visible to the website visitors. Normally, frontend code creates interfaces through which the application interacts with the users. On the other hand, the backend code interacts with the server, and delivers content or data to be displayed to the users. So the backend code deals with the application as well as the web server and ...

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