From the multifactor authorization you build into your applications and employee awareness training to a solid disaster recovery plan, build a multilayered defense against cyberthreats.
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The payments space is active with M&A activity. Here are some things to think about if your partner is suddenly part of a new company or acquires a competitive ISV.
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Greater mobility, more effective ways to engage consumers and better workflows are in demand in the retail vertical.
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.
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Growth in the self-storage industry is creating opportunities for ISVs to develop self-storage management software solutions – if you deliver features that are in demand.
There’s a lot of hype around deep learning, but don’t let it prevent you from seeing the value this technology can provide your clients and your business.
Blockchain and distributed ledger technology have the promise of providing data integrity, but there are issues to address to make blockchain a practical and effective approach.
Cybersecurity threats constantly change and evolve. Here’s a summary of some of the newest trends putting your clients at risk.