Software is changing all the time. Every second, every hour, every day, there are new developments in software creation, new software is put on the market, and there are changes to other technologies that significantly alter the way we interact with software. The future of software promises to be just as volatile as it always has been. Will we soon be faced with software that will help us enter a virtual reality or interface with nanotechnology? How about other technology which has not yet come to fruition, but remains a dream for the future such as self-teaching software?
When you’re in the market for new technology whether its software that's entirely new to you, software you’ve heard lots of good things about or an upgrade of software you already know and love the transition can be tricky. Scratch that; it can be costly, painful, heartbreaking, or even damaging.
And on the other hand, a simple software upgrade can improve your business or personal life immeasurably.
So it is best to take a guide (an ally, in the words of software mystics), something to provide you with assurance that you might not be making the wrong choice. Or that you might make the best one.