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August Security Update: The (PrintNightmare) Continues

Train employees on current threats, make sure your security solutions are up to the task – and, maybe, disable your printer spooler.
Blockchain

What to Consider with Blockchain Cloud Solutions

The adoption of blockchain cloud solutions will continue to grow, and developers need to strategize now about the best way to manage them.
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How to Help Channel Partners Succeed in an ERP Landscape

Here's how to succeed in a world of commonly missed deadlines, delayed go-live dates and underwhelming implementations.

Brother Unveils New Printing and Labeling Product Series to Meet Supply Chain Demand

The newly unveiled product series was engineered to help the small-to-midsize business or warehouse meet new standards of speed driven by omni-channel commerce.
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Untangling Enterprise AppSec with Developer Trust

Here are some tips to build an environment in which developers can do their best work while naturally following security goals and standards.
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Keys to Securing the Internet of Things

IoT security depends on an end user’s policies and practices as well as the security framework the manufacturer includes in the device’s design.
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Not the Monster Under the Bed: PCI Standards Should Help You Sleep at Night

View PCI compliance as best security practices that keep data safe and protect your business — not something to fear.
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Three Steps to Secure the Mobile Environment

Here are three ways to improve the security of mobile applications for the new remote and hybrid (in and out of office) workforce.
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How Payment Method Preferences Differ with the Generations and Why It Matters to Your Clients

Merchants need payment solutions that optimize experiences for all customers, regardless of their age.

What a Retail Total Solutions Provider Looks Like in 2019

ISVs and VARs must expand their focus, provide retailers with a variety of solutions beyond POS to create competitive customer experiences, and never stop learning.
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Moving Security to the Point of Data

For security teams to ensure their data is secure, they need to adopt practices that make their data one of their best lines of defense, as opposed to the last line of defense.

How ISVs can Overcome Human Error When it Comes to Network Security

Training and awareness need to work with tech solutions to build a comprehensive defense against cyberattack.

5 Common Mistakes ISVs Make When Choosing a Payments Provider

Tie themselves to a single payment processor The result for ISVs is that they: Can’t dictate processing platforms to merchants. Many ISVs have learned this lesson the hard way. Regardless of the individual merits of the payment processor to which they’ve integrated directly, the simple fact is that a single-processor...
SaaS Security

Timely Tips for Securing Your SaaS Product

To alleviate users’ distrust of the cloud, software developers need to take active measures to boost and maintain the security of their apps.
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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.

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