Protecting Sensitive Education Data in the Cloud

Protecting cloud-stored data can be greatly enhanced if educational organizations take the following 5 steps to protect sensitive student and employee data.
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Were EdTech Software Providers Ready for the Pandemic?

Collaborating with educators will be key in developing EdTech solutions that provide greater value in the future.
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EdTech Solution Gaps Revealed by the Pandemic

Schools weren't prepared for prolonged shutdowns due to a global crisis; however, software developers can ensure they have greater agility to keep students engaged regardless of what the future holds.
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Educational Technology Gaps Revealed by the Pandemic

Some educational institutions are reducing the spread of COVID by tracking the location of students, teachers and other employees using RFID.

Education Institutions Need a Payments Solution Now More than Ever

Schools need solutions that save administrators time and resources and give parents and students easier, more secure ways to pay than accepting cash or checks.
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5 Education Software Features K-12 Educators Wish ISVs Would Deliver

In-demand education software features include greater access to data, support for collaborative learning, and use of emerging tech, when it makes the most sense.

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.

Higher Education Marketing Challenges: Do You Have the Solution for Gen Z?

Higher education marketing is focused on competing for students and finding ways to connect with Gen Z, which could create opportunities for ISVs.

A Letter to ISVs: To Sell or Not To Sell Hardware

Faced with the decision of whether or not to sell hardware? Christophe Naasz of Star Micronics outlines the pros and cons to help you make the right decision for your business.

Opportunities for ISVs Created by Windows Embedded/Windows CE End of Support

Support for Windows Embedded CE 6.0 just ended on June 10, 2018, and Window Embedded Handheld 8.1 will end on June 9, 2019, followed by Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 on January 14, 2020. DevPro Journal asked James Pemberton, director of global ISV and developer strategy for Zebra Technologies, to...

The Anatomy of the Perfect Blockchain Developer: Skills You Need for Success

If you’ve been reading DevPro Journal’s series on blockchain, you may be wondering if you’re an ISV who has what it takes to be a successful blockchain developer. In our articles from Blockchain 101 to Blockchain as a Service, DevPro has been encouraging ISVs to investigate the opportunities blockchain...

One Way or Another, Blockchain as a Service Will Impact Your Development Business

Blockchain has joined the long list of technologies that are available “as a Service.” In DevPro Journal’s series on blockchain, including Blockchain 101: An ISV’s Guide and 4 Steps to Becoming a Blockchain Developer, you can find links to companies that have established Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) offerings...

How Software Developers Can Capitalize on Rising AI Trends

Technology is getting smarter. Using increasingly sophisticated algorithms to analyze data and predict outcomes, artificial intelligence (AI) enables computers and devices to perform tasks that only humans could do before. With AI, they can virtually see, hear, speak, and make decisions. You may be wondering if there is a...

5 Practical Steps to Successful Partnerships with Offshore Software Development Teams

In this industry, talent can be hard to find. Forrester released the results of a study that found you may have to pay 20% above market salary rates this year when you’re looking for particular skills.  When your ISV company needs to expand its resources, partnering with an offshore...

3 Things ISVs Need to Know about the New Tax Laws

One topic that’s been on the minds of many business owners over the last several months is the $1.5 trillion tax cut that went into effect at the end of 2017. As is the case with any tax cut, there are winners and losers. The good news for many...

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