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Bart’s Blog is a culmination of articles contributed by a variety of RFX Team members. We hope that what you read will be informative, funny, thought provoking and more. Enjoy!

APR

26

Tech the Tool

Posted by: Mia Wilson and James Bushong on April 26, 2019 in business, technology

Tech the Tool

It can be all too easy to forget that technology is meant to be utilized as a tool to help us—on some days, dealing with it feels more like taming a beast than swinging a hammer. We live in an age during which the ability (or lack thereof) to use technology effectively can make or break a business but developing this aspect of a company is a daunting task. The turnover rate is so high that sometimes once you finally get to using what was once the latest, greatest tech to the fullest it has already become antiquated and inefficient compared to new methods. That’s why it is so helpful to have a team like the one at RFX behind you—one whose sole focus is technology and making it work for businesses of all sizes. Sharing that vast knowledge base is exactly what Tech the Tool is all about...

MAR

29

Going Remote: Is It a Good Fit for Your Business?

Posted by: Mia Wilson on March 29, 2019 in business

Going Remote: Is It a Good Fit for Your Business?

In modern businesses, remote working is becoming more and more common. At RFX, we have several of our own remote workers and we’re certainly not the only ones! According to a 2017 report on the state of remote work, 52% of employees across the globe work remotely at least once per week—not only that, but of those who currently don’t work remotely, 65% would like to do so at least once a month. As such, it may be wise to consider whether your company could benefit from adopting this practice...

DEC

23

4 Questions to Prepare for a Software Development Project

Posted by: RFX STAFF on December 23, 2014 in business

4 Questions to Prepare for a Software Development Project

If you’re in charge of cooking Christmas dinner for a family, you know that the best meals require preparation. Personally, I spend the week before Christmas figuring out what the menu will be and assembling a grocery list. Then I make a plan for my preparations the day before and even for what needs to be done and when the day of the event...