I am not a technical person. So the first thing I had to do when I came to work at Aptera two and half years ago was get up-to-speed on some of the technologies we work with. But I kept coming up dry whenever I searched for simple answers. Sensing an opportunity, I began working with some of Aptera’s tech geniuses to create posts that I thought might fill the gap. These posts ended up being really popular, so I kept on writing them. Lately, several people have been asking for links to the whole series, and I’m happy to oblige.
Here are all the “Simple, Straightforward, and Jargon-Free Answers” we’ve posted to date, in no particular order:
How much time do you or your employees spend filling out forms, or transferring information from one location to another? How much time do you spend dealing with obstacles to communication in your supply chain, or between your business’s different locations? BizTalk can work in so many business contexts that we can’t even begin to touch on all of them in a brief post.
Whenever we discuss SharePoint, it’s never long before the cost question comes up. The problem is that asking how much SharePoint costs is a bit like asking what a new house costs. So how do you figure how much SharePoint will actually cost your business?
The first thing David Jones, Aptera’s Software Development Practice Leader, had to explain to me when we sat down to discuss ASP.NET was that this type of framework is not the same thing as a coding language.
Do you have any questions you would like a simple, straightforward, and jargon-free answer to? We would love to hear them. Just go to the comment section and let us know what tech questions we should tackle next.
I'm Aptera's Content Strategist. I've been writing about tech and marketing for 5 years and have certifications from HubSpot and The Content Marketing Institute. A big science and literature geek, I taught college rhetoric and composition while I was still busy going to school for way too long, earning bachelor's degrees in anthropology and psychology, along with a master's in British and American literature. Look me up on LinkedIn.