For the past 18 years ISE has been an integral part of the transportation industry. Almost three years ago, ISE was acquired by Trimble to expand their fleet safety and compliance solutions. Finalizing our merger allows a higher integration with Trimble, combining research and development efforts to provide customers with a robust and compliant ELD solution.
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Raise your hand if you attend fewer meetings than you want to.
Hmm. For some reason, I don’t seem to be seeing many hands.
Now raise your hand if you feel you are mostly invited to the correct meetings.
I haven’t met many folks who don’t find themselves at least semi-regularly double- or even triple-booked at any given time on their work calendar. In my own case, I know I’ve had to take to accepting and requesting meetings that are outside of “core work hours” just to get all of the right people in the same place (virtual or physical) at the same time
In the first two blog posts of this series we took a look at four different application types: native and cross platform, and hybrid and progressive web applications. We will now spend some time working through a comparison of all of these application types and how you might be able to make an informed decision on your next development effort.
If you’re paying attention, you can see it everywhere.
“Coronavirus & Remote Work: Tools and Tactics for Business Continuity”
“Learn How to Be an Effective Scrum Master for a Distributed Team”
“Crisis Management: Being a Team Facilitator in an Uncertain World”
These are just a few of the subject lines in my Inbox (OK, mostly in my spam box). You can see similar headlines with increasing frequency on LinkedIn, and all manner of Agile and Scrum websites. It’s as pervasive as the crisis we are enduring around the globe.
For many of us - perhaps most of us - it will never be the same again.