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Michael "Monty" Widenius was a man of vision who started writing MySQL in 1995 with David Axmark, and they released the first windows version in 1996.  MySQL is an open source relational database management system, and a leader in the industry.   In 2003 Michael won the Software Entrepreneur of the year award in Finland.   Interesting fact.  Michael named MySQL after his first daughter My.   MariaDB was...

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When thinking about Technological breakthroughs, what better place to start than with Social Media.   It’s interesting to read various articles on the history of Social Media.   Some would harken back to the early days of Mail.   Not US Mail mind you…but centuries before that.  You could then travel forward to the age of telegraphs, and telephones.  Hey, my granny used to be on a “Party Line.”  ...

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Can you imagine interviewing a candidate who is being considered for the role of CEO in a Fortune 500 firm.  All involved in the selection give the candidate a thumbs up and HR makes the offer pending successful completion of a background check. You wonder how HR will apply the policy when the background check shows the individual to be only six years old?  How...

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Optimize as defined by Dictionary.com: To make as effective, perfect, or useful as possible.  2. Computers. to write or rewrite (the instructions in a program) so as to maximize efficiency and speed in retrieval, storage, or execution.   It follows then    If to be effective is to do the right things    And to be efficient is to do things right    Then to optimize is to do the right things right.     Why would a company not optimize daily work...

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Automate Processes In Your Field Service Company When you automate business processes in any field service business, you are undertaking a very complex task. The rewards however are worth the effort. Here’s a couple tips that may help you navigate the challenge.   Don’t automate rigid and narrow processes   You might argue that those are exactly the things that are easiest to get under control. You want to “cut...

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Machine Learning   Over the last few weeks I have discussed the difference between Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, while also exploring the world of Artificial Intelligence.  At Husky Intelligence we are continually striving to produce a better software with technological features not seen in other Field Service Management software.  Our use of automated features enables us to set the standard.  But, what if a machine could...

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Possibilities of Augmented Reality Here at Husky Intelligence we are continually striving to better our product as well as make significant technological advances to our system to make your job easier. Automation is capturing the attention and interest of many companies today.   So, what kind of improvement or advancements are these companies making? We have all heard of virtual reality (VR) in today’s technological driven society. But...

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Applications of Artificial Intelligence in General   In an ever-growing technological society, the need for companies to utilize programs with Artificial Intelligence has never been greater.  This can be seen more so for Field Service Management companies who are responsible for the creation of quotes, work orders, dispatching, and other office tasks.  The need for automation to simplify our everyday jobs is high.  So, what exactly is...

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Mobile integration or mobility in an FSM software is one of its key selling point—it’s an advantage, none the less. In the field service industry where HVAC, landscaping, and even pest control contractors are popping up left and right, field service management software is becoming a necessity as well. The key features of dispatching, scheduling, routing and other advance features makes it easier for managers and...

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