This week’s blog entry on Simply CSOFT argues the case for a pan-industry move towards the future, beginning with the elimination of piles upon piles of paper in our offices. We take a look at the benefits of a paperless office, and use the United Kingdom National Health Service’s recent announcement to “go paperless” as a lens through which to explore the argument further.
Check out Simply CSOFT to learn about TermWiki’s latest release, the TermWiki Widget. Uwe Muegge, CSOFT Senior Tools Strategist, details the benefits of the widget from ease of use to customizability. If you’re ready to revolutionize your online terminology management, then head on over to Simply CSOFT to learn more about the TermWiki Widget.
Hi everyone, take a look at the latest blog entry on Simply CSOFT for an informative overview of the localization industry, past to present and beyond. Michael Anobile discusses his experiences and views regarding the development of localization and where it might be headed. Read about it on Simply CSOFT!
Hi everyone! We’re here with today’s Wacky Word Wednesday, a word full of magic, exploration, and a stench you can smell for miles! Read all about the discovery of the world’s first tobacco leaves, Columbus’ exploration and how this led to a sailor’s smoking addiction, and a malodorous wizard in the world of Harry Potter. Stop by today!
Hey y’all, stop on by today to check out this week’s Wacky Word Wednesday. Ever wonder where crossword puzzles began? And what the difference was between a North American puzzle and an Australian one? More here, as well as an introduction to TermWiki’s latest feature, TermBea!
For those of you who didn’t have the opportunity to attend, the DITA Europe 2010 Conference in Vienna was a rousing success. In this guest entry, Carl Yao, the Vice President of Global Strategy at CSOFT, relates two DITA success stories from companies that saved a ton of money on translation and localization as a direct result of applying XML-based DITA standards to their content development processes. Carl also gives a quick rundown of his own presentation at the conference, “How to Become an Expert Terminologist in 30 Minutes.” Come check it out!