Tag: low code development
Can Low-Code/No-Code Be the Answer to Shadow IT?
At a time when shadow IT is on the rise, can providing workplace-sanctioned low-code and no-code platforms offer a solution?
Microsoft Growth Slows, Google Brings Meet to YouTube, More News
Microsoft's earnings found the company's meteoric growth of the last two years finally slowing down, your next team meeting may be on YouTube and more news.
Low Code Unleashed: 3 Winning Strategies to Make It Work For You
It's hard to separate the low-code hype from the reality. Here are three areas where you can make a low-code program work for your business needs.
Curb Employee Stress to Spur On the Great Retention
It’s time organizations took a deeper look at the way not just company culture, but technology and procedures are impacting employees’ health.
Microsoft Teams Marks 5 Years With Collaboration Upgrades, Google Improves Smart Canvas, More News
Microsoft Teams celebrates its 5th birthday, Google adds functionality to Smart Canvas and news from Zoho, FutureAI and Laserfiche rounds out this week's news.
The State of Digital Workplace 2022: Execute With Purpose
We need to get smarter at how we source and administratively support talent, in order to deliver the next batch of digital workplace projects this year.
How Low Code and the Creator Economy Drive Efficiency
Low code is increasingly being used to support the development of citizen engineers to, ultimately, improve processes with limited investment.
Skael Raises $38M to Hyperautomate the Digital Workplace
The company will use the Series A funding to expand its approach to what it calls 'digital employees' that support the human workforce.
Workplace From Meta Releases New Events Features, Google Improves Smart Canvas Experience & More News
Workplace and Google upgrade their products, ShareGate makes migrations easier, Microsoft brings people back to the office and more digital workplace news.
2 Misconceptions Getting in the Way of Your Citizen Developer Efforts
Some companies successfully engage and empower their workforces in order to multiply the impact of their digital transformations, yet others come up short.
What It Takes to Build a Citizen Developer Program
Low code technology has sparked innovative ideas from all corners of the business. But before you unleash your citizen developers, put guardrails in place.
4 Ways Low Code and No Code Drives Experimentation
The low-code and no-code revolution is driving innovation, growth and experimentation in the enterprise. Here's a look at ways to get it right.
An Enterprise-Wide Approach to No-Code Development
A multidisciplinary approach to low-code and no-code development is the key for businesses to capture the value of citizen developers.
Top 10 Information Management Articles of 2021
From AI and NLP to low-code development and data privacy, here's a look at the topics Reworked readers were interested in learning about in 2021.
Will Citizen Engineers Build Most Technology Products and Services by 2024?
Recent research indicated non-IT professionals will build most technology products and services in the next two years. Not everyone agrees.
What's Behind the Explosion of Low-Code and No-Code Applications
Companies are turning to low-code/no-code platforms as they struggle to find skilled developers. But there are other reasons for the growth.
Workato Gets $200M to Accelerate Enterprise Automation
The latest funding follows a $110 million investment earlier this year and values the enterprise automation platform at $5.7 billion.
Can Citizen Developers Fix Information Management?
Information management is in a bad state. Can low-code/no-code development fix the problem?
How Low-Code Development Is Transforming Organizations' Approach to Tech
The low-code development approach is gaining traction in ways that should attract the interest of functional leaders, including non-tech roles like HR.
Microsoft 365’s New Price Tier, RingCentral Dials In to the Hybrid Workplace & More News
Microsoft ups the price of MS 365 for the first time in 10 years, RingCentral improves its digital workplace offering and Toshiba puts its head in the cloud.