August 2018 Issue
3 Reasons to Develop Government IoT Applications
There are many potential government IoT applications — and good reasons for your software company to expand your business into this market.
4 Cloud Software Design Best Practices
ISVs need to consider use cases and user experience to develop software with real value.
6 Physical Security Trends Creating Opportunities for ISVs
Physical security trends are driven by the demand for more effective ways to secure facilities and control access.
Advice for ISVs on the Direct Store Delivery Trend
ISVs can find opportunity providing solutions for direct store delivery, but first you need to understand four important application requirements.
Best Practices for Recruiting/Hiring Sales Reps
The tech industry’s unemployment rate hit 1.9% in April 2018, down from 3% a year ago. That’s great news for tech professionals, but it’s a challenge for growing ISVs who have to step up their recruiting efforts to find qualified candidates.
Can Low-Code or No-Code Development Platforms and Software Developers Peacefully Coexist?
Low-code development platforms are designed to help businesses innovate more quickly, but will this come at a cost to software developers?
EMV Integrations Have Evolved Since The 2015 Liability Shift, Has Yours?
ISVs now have opportunities to integrate with next-gen EMV solutions that address customers’ needs, as well as form the basis for valuable business partnerships.
FAQ (and Answers) about the Burgeoning Cannabis Market
Here are all the answers ISVs need about the cannabis market and advice for developing applications for this growing industry.
Multitasking: How to Handle Multiple Projects Like a Pro
True multitasking isn’t possible for humans, but ISVs can manage multiple projects more productively by following these tips.
POS Industry Trends You Need to Know Before Choosing Integration Partners
Form smart alliances that give you the capabilities and flexibility you will need to stay relevant in the changing POS industry.
Technology for Education: Develop Applications for the Business Side of Schools
Technology for education applications doesn’t have to address curriculum. ISVs can develop valuable applications that help schools operate more efficiently, cost-effectively, and securely.
The Swiss Cheese Model: Human Error Puts Holes in IT Security
Reduce vulnerabilities to security breaches and data loss by shoring up a common weakness: human error.