Tag: low-code platforms

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Digital Workplace

What Can You Do With No-Code and Low-Code Software?

This growing software category gives businesses of all sizes the ability to build custom-made apps tailored to their workflows with little coding required.

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Employee Experience

Oracle Steps Up Its Low-Code Development Approach

With the Journeys platform, Oracle joins a growing group of tech vendors putting low-code tools into hands of HR to boost employee experience.

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Digital Workplace

Are No-Code and Low-Code Developer Tools a Security Risk?

Low-code development tools put digital transformation potential in everyone's hands but they come with risks. Here's how to minimize the risk to your company.

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Digital Workplace

Citizen Developers: Some Assembly Required

With many organizations slowly recovering from COVID-19, attention is returning to how digital transformation can get operations fully back on track.

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Digital Workplace

Low Code Finds Its Place in the Digital Workplace

COVID-19 introduced many changes in the digital workplace. One of those changes is the growing use of low-code and no-code platforms. Here's why.

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Digital Workplace

HR Technology Is About the Work, Not HR. That and More HR Tech News

The line between the workforce and work is getting increasingly blurry, ServiceNow upgrades its low-code tools and more HR vendors take on asynch communication.

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Digital Workplace

Balance the Need for Speed and Security With Low-Code Solution Guardrails

As low-code solutions become easier to adopt, is it realistic for IT teams to protect the company from the downsides of hasty or covert tech decisions?

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Digital Workplace

The Digital Workplace in 2021: What Can We Expect?

Expect two main areas — the impact of AI on our back-end data processing capabilities and the impact of no-code development on UX — to move to the fore.

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Digital Workplace

Refining Your Attention Amid a World of Distractions

Attention, like oil, is a finite commodity. This means we must be purposeful about how we direct it.

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Digital Workplace

What Games Like Minecraft Can Teach HR About No-Code Automation

No-code and low-code solutions are becoming more useful to HR and the skills to build them are coming from an unexpected place: games.

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Information Management

How Automation Is Removing Workplace Roadblocks

Automation solutions can unlock immediate benefits for understaffed IT teams, time-pressed on-the-ground workers and enterprises struggling to innovate.

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Collaboration & Productivity

The Risks and Rewards of the Citizen Developer Approach

While there are risks to the low-code/no-code developer route, they're easy to deal with if we acknowledge and manage them in a suitably easy and agile fashion.

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Digital Workplace

Workday Debuts Talent Marketplace, PeopleGoal Puts Low-Code in HR's Hands and More HR Tech News

Workday opened up its talent mobility product, PeopleGoal puts development tools into HR's hands and more HR technology news.

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Information Management

Chief Digital Officer vs. Chief Data Officer: Defining the Scope for Digital

What's the difference between what a chief digital officer does and what a chief data officer does?

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Learning & Development

Want to Be a Leader in the Digital-First Era? Upskill Your Workforce

The lack of digital skills is creating major obstacles to implementing and managing the technologies necessary for a successful digital transformation.

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Information Management

Why Low Code/No Code Solutions Should Thrive in the COVID-19 World

During a period when time and resources are limited, having Microsoft's Power Platform at your disposal can help relieve some of the pressures on IT staff.

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Collaboration & Productivity

Bots, Automation and Workflow Are Primed to Advance Workplace Collaboration

Despite the promise that technology helps improve productivity in the workplace, in practice it generally doesn't work that way.