Continuous Integration (CI) is the software development practice, where code committed by individual developers is integrated and built on a centralized server continuously throughout the development lifecycle. The main motto of continuous integration is "Fail Fast" - if something is wrong, let it fail fast and come out early - don't wait until things pile up to figure out that something went wrong. The most obvious benefit of this is that anything that breaks a stable build will be flagged immediately.
With the advent of artificial intelligence streamlining businesses, restaurants stand to make great gains in service to their customers by leveraging technology. Expanding the application of existing technologies, like chatbots, will help restaurants meet the demands of their millennial clients, and help provide immediate access to service while improving margins. Here are some highlights of how AI is changing the restaurant industry.
The value of your modernizing its ITSM platform and processes is vital. How do you get to that point, though? In order to make ITSM modernization a success that fits within your company’s budget, there are several key best practices you should take. Our blog consults experts in ServiceNow to help you recognize these best practices and deliver success.
A design mistake can ruin an otherwise perfectly good API. It's important for API designers and developers to learn what the most common API design mistakes are, and how to fix them, in order to create APIs that developers will want to use. Luckily, in this blog we identify a few of the most common API design mistakes, and go over how the issues can be solved.
It may come as a surprise when your employees feel dissatisfied with the quality of Human Resources processes. Manually filling in repetitive information on various documents, wrongfully documenting Paid Time Off or benefits requests, and not being able to promptly communicate with others in the HR department makes employee satisfaction difficult to reach. Human Resources should be viewed as a long-term investment- they evaluate workforce needs, productivity, and prepare plans for future growth.
Choosing the right API for your project first means understanding the different types of APIs out there. The most popular type is known as a Web Service, or Web API. A Web API provides an interface for web applications, or applications that need to connect to each other online to communicate. Web APIs exploded exponentially in 2017, and are predicted to only keep growing in 2018. In this blog, we'll explore the most popular sub-types of Web APIs: REST, JSON-RPC, XML-RPC, and SOAP.
While service relationships are precise and automated within the IT institution, service relationships in HR are often disorganized. Using manual processes for onboarding like alternating multiple emails for communication, make it difficult to keep track of statuses and progress. These 5 step onboarding solution can transform HR service administration and management capabilities by spreading IT service models into HR.
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Small and large company alike, keeping track of Paid Time Off for all employees can be an unnecessary hassle. Jumping in and out of individual calendars, emails and spreadsheets to keep track of who is in attendance on which days is not only time consuming, but can lead to mistakes being made. Having a solid tool in place to track time off requests will eliminate HR and employee frustration.
2018 is set to be a huge year for tech. While 2017 saw tons of improvements to things like AI, the cloud, and blockchain, 2018 is shaping up to be even bigger when it comes to the future of the tech world. In this blog, we're going to predict some of the top technology trends for the upcoming year to help your company prepare for the new year.