For me, I firmly believe that IT outsourcing is actually a resource that is totally under-utilized by a lot of businesses. I have a lot of friends that run businesses, and a lot of friends that are IT Specialists, and I’m very surprised to learn that many of these businesses are not engaging with the specialized labor market. Specialized labor is more readily and affordably available than ever before, basically in the history of our entire planet. Now, if you need a job done, rather than making a full-time hire that you’ll end up regretting, you can actually take bids on the job from people not only in your community, State, and Country, but in international markets where your dollar will go much much further. I am a firm proponent of offshore Outsourcing. I know that this is not necessarily a popular opinion ethically, but I can tell you that in the world of business people are doing offshore Outsourcing all the time, and it is increasingly popular as you can afford amazing quality for mediocre rates… Mediocre as compared to what local programmers are used to making, not in the context of what you’re paying, which is actually an incredible amount. I am a major proponent of specialized labor, and I think that when there are programming and software needs that arise unexpectedly within a business comment that it is very wise to reach outside of the best of this weather that’s to the local economy or to the international economy, because I think that it is better to delegate these responsibilities outside of the business rather than Focus your employees on them and have them neglect their usual tasks. Unless of course it’s a very small project, in which case you can have one of your programmers tackle the problem. This is just my opinion, and I’m no expert, but I do run a pretty successful business. It’s small, but it’s meaningful and we do a lot of great things, a lot of the reason that were able to do great things is from local and offshore Outsourcing comma specifically with our IT needs.
So, I was looking at the range of electric motor scooters that are currently available on the market. There are some good ones, but I think I found a clear winner, even though I haven’t actually been to Germany to test drive it. Yes, that’s right, Germany. The home of efficient Innovation. The home of practical creativity. The home of UNU, who has made an electric motor scooter that is absolutely perfect in many ways. Now, I will Begin by saying that the speed limit of 45 km/h is slightly less than the ideal, however once you see the amount of positive aspects of this little scooter, you will see that an average speed is not enough to detract seriously. First of all, the scooters are a perfect way to get around the city. They are specifically designed for urban markets, and that is how they are marked as well. What separates it from other scooters, is the fact that you don’t need a garage or a special parking Port to charge, it is actually very easy to bring your battery inside and plug it into a wall. Now, it only takes 5 hours for one of these batteries to charge from empty to full, and that amount of charge will have you driving for about three days, if you’re an average City person. If you travel more than the average city person, and are constantly on the go, then it will be important thing the other three days is not the limit, the limit for how long one of these batteries will last is about fifty kilometers of driving. And yes, it only takes 5 hours to charge for 50 kilometers. Many people buy a second battery which can also be starting the car, which effectively double that amount to 100 kilometers per charge. Anyway, it is hard to beat the convenience and quality that UNU brings to the table. I’ve never used one of these before, but I can’t wait to get over to Germany and give it a shot.
I wish I could elektroroller kaufen! (buy a scooter!)