Month: November 2019

Five Strategies for HR Leaders to prepare for the Future

Gartner reported that the Technology is transfiguring the way of people work and HR Leaders will serve a key role in making these changes. According to Gartner press release, only 9% of chief human resources conveyed their organization is prepared for the future of work. As per Sage’s Changing the […]Read More

Microsoft ends support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008

Microsoft Company plans to end its support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 after January 14th, 2020. This denotes no more support and no security patching from Microsoft. Windows 7 will move the way of Windows XP. As Microsoft planned to make Windows 7 obsolete, it will result the […]Read More

4 Red Flags to check in Project Planning

Red Flags in Project Management usually refer to risks in the project. Red Flags are easier to view in project planning than other project phases. Red Flags usually exist in the project irrespective of the project type, complexity, industry, or size and even occur often in the project. These red […]Read More

Microsoft enters into RPA with ‘Power Automate’

Microsoft recently launched its own robotic process automation (RPA) solution with its new rebranded product Power Automate in the event Ignite 2019 at Orlando. This product is formerly known as ‘Flow’ that has intended functionality of automating the workflows. Team, who works for the no-coding Power Platform has rebranded Microsoft […]Read More