“Idiot” – Merriam Webster defines it as a foolish or stupid person, but if you do a Google image search for the word these days, you may (or may not) be surprised to see a page of Donald Trump photos staring back at you. Continue reading
Robotic process automation (RPA) is the application
of technology that allows employees in a company to configure computer software or a “robot” to capture and interpret existing applications for processing a transaction, manipulating data, triggering responses and communicating with other digital systems.
A little over a month ago, Microsoft acquired GitHub – the go-to versioning platform for many in the open source community. We shared a few of our thoughts about this news when it happened, but we’re really interested to hear if other folks think this may change their approach to using GitHub.
However, during Microsoft’s E3 Conference I heard a couple of things that really peeked my interest that hints at how Xbox is approaching the future of gaming. Continue reading
Happy Independence Day from all of us at Boyle Software. Stay cool and enjoy your fireworks, barbecues, picnics, or whatever celebrations you may have planned!
We are pleased to announce that Galvanized Media has brought two of their most popular websites onto our HeartyHosting platform. As of July 1st, both Eat This, Not That! and Best Life are now on Boyle Software’s powerful cloud-hosting service, optimized for the kind of high-traffic these media sites receive on a regular basis. We have been handling overall development of Galvanized’s WordPress sites for several months now, but we are really happy that they have selected HeartyHosting for this pair of flagship properties.
At the New York office, we decided to make it a bit more exciting by starting up the ole office pool. 8 people each got four random teams. The team owner of the World Cup winner wins the pot of “Friendship Points.” I drew Costa Rica, Panama, Senegal, and Germany. Continue reading
Here’s a quick summary of the case and ruling… Continue reading
Aside from the obvious convenience and choice that e-commerce has always offered, an often overlooked factor in its success in the US over the years has been the fact that sales tax did not have to be collected by a business if they didn’t have a physical presence in the state that they are selling within.
In effect this has led to the majority of online sales being tax-free – great for consumers and great for companies as they did not have to navigate state and local tax codes. Continue reading