Low-code technology has the potential to improve the employee experience, as it enables non-progammers to construct applications themselves.
In this Enterprise AI Minute, Aaron covers the new H2O.ai solution that’s unlocking new potential through enabling AI accessibility and democratization.
Explore how low-code/no-code tools have been transformative for the healthcare industry during the pandemic.
Top insights on what is working well with low-code software development, and what to watch out for when adopting it in practice.
Take a look at citizen data scientists from the CIO point-of-view. How can they be supported and managed by CIOs?
Citizen automation is akin to citizen development, with a greater emphasis on automating API integration between common cloud apps.
Is Shadow IT a problem to be stopped or a way for the SMB CIO to get more done with less? Regardless, the rise of the citizen developer opens opportunities to solve a variety of business challenges.
A pure-play citizen development approach won’t last. It suffers from adaptability and scalability issues, notes Robson Grieve, Outsystems.
Heavy coding is no longer necessary. It’s essential for companies to understand low-code/no-code and what that means for their businesses.
In this “Back @ IT” podcast, Aaron Back, Sr. Analyst, chats with Antti Karjalainen, co-founder & CEO, and Peter Steube, Content Marketing & Partner Ecosystem, from Robocorp on how they liberate experimenters, thinkers, & doers.
Many see low-code development tools as primed for explosive growth over the next 3 years. Do low-code/no-code apps have unlimited potential? And could they put professional developers out of work? In this piece, we dive into these questions and more.
As the tech landscape continuously shifts, the CIOs challenges are shifting as well. And, they aren’t the only ones holding the tech reins.