May 2019 Issue

How to Balance AI Innovation and Ethics

ISVs can help end users better understand artificial intelligence and help formulate best practices for the ethical use of sensitive data.

How to Design Field Service Applications Older Workers Will Use

Increase user adoption of field service applications by addressing usability, trust, and reliability.

Is Microservices Architecture in Everyone’s Future?

A modular approach offers faster innovation, greater availability, and easier scalability — but microservices architecture also has its own set of challenges.

No Cashier, No Checkout Counter

Discover how savvy retailers are capitalizing on the cashierless trend and how you can, too.

The Hard Truth About ISVs and Cybersecurity

You’re a cyberattack target, and you may not be doing all you can to protect your clients and your ISV business.

Top 5 Developer Best Practices for Financial Services

Agile planning, source code management, automated quality processes, and testing for proper configuration are all vital to financial services application developers’ success.

What Will Oracle’s Plans to Dominate the SaaS Market Mean for ISVs?

As Oracle builds its cloud business with an integrated suite of SaaS applications for business, is it signaling the end of standalone B2B software products?

What’s the Biggest Software Development Challenge?

Coding Sans annual State of Software Development report reveals the most significant challenges and how ISVs are overcoming them.

What’s the Next Move for Applications That Weren’t Born in the Cloud?

If your software application was designed to be used on-premises, can you justify moving — or not moving — to the cloud?

Who’s Using the Software Applications You Develop?

Users’ ages, gender, education, occupation, and other factors can influence how they interact with software applications.

Why Marketers Don’t Have to Wait Years to Get Value from AI Applications

AI is sending personalized offers to consumers creating a win-win: relevant deals for shoppers and increased business for retailers and restaurants.