White Papers

Drawing on our expertise in the digital product space, our white papers shed light on where the technology industry is going and how your business can always be several steps ahead.

  • Securing Streaming API Using Kong and Pushpin (2017)

    Microservices hosted in cloud environments can be secured by efficient API management and federated security management. For the iHealth services platform, the microservices are hosted on AWS's IaaS. These services use a secured API management layer with the help of Kong.

  • HIPAA Compliance on the Cloud (2017)

    Healthcare technology's advancements have been an accelerating force behind the continued adoption of cloud computing, creating exciting new horizons for research and patient care. However, new creative, innovative healthcare programs can be difficult to drive to technical completion within the framework of federal standards. Hence, HIPAA compliant solutions are becoming a reality thanks to cloud service providers.

  • JavaScript: From Mocha to MEAN (2015)

    An exploration of the evolution of the MEAN Stack. Hear JavaScript's Rags-to-Riches story, from its humble beginnings 20 years ago to becoming not only one of the most powerful languages in the web, but also the basis of the critically important MEAN Stack.

  • What is Gamification and How Can You Make IT Work for Your Business? (2013)

    Increasingly, businesses large and small are using gamification to influence customer behavior to solve business problems, and this is expected to grow tremendously over the next several years. Major independent research firms predict that in just over a year, almost half of F1000 organizations will be using gamification to transform business operations.

  • The Death of Custom Software (2013)

    Life used to be much simpler for IT folks when there were two distinct types of software—custom software you wrote for your own corporation’s use and product software that you bought from a software vendor. The custom software you wrote for your own firm only had to meet your company’s unique requirements. That is no longer so.

  • iPad Apps for the Enterprise: More Than Just a Clever UI (2012)

    Enterprise apps are different than consumer apps. In order to plan an effective strategy, there are things you need to know. Building iOS mobile applications that deliver on their business requirements can seem deceptively easy, but the unique challenges mentioned in this paper must be first understood and then addressed in order to achieve success for your business.