Google announced that within the next two years the Chrome browser would no longer allow 3rd-party cookies. Reactions are mixed.Continue reading
Boyle Software has received its SOC 2 Type 2 certification for 2019. After our initial SOC 2 Type 1 certification in 2018, we are happy to have completed a full year with our Service Organization Controls successfully in place.
Our appreciation to the good folks at Assure Professional for working with us to complete this rigorous battery of tests of our practices and procedures.Continue reading
For some of us the last quarter of 2019 meant going back to school. Boyle Software received additional certifications both on foundational and technical levels.Continue reading
This past Thursday night Boyle Software employees, old colleagues and customers got together to celebrate a wonderful 2019! We came together at the newly renovated Antelope coworking space at 42 W 24. We had a great turn out, with plenty of food, festive decor, drinks and chestnuts roasting over our projected fire!Continue reading
This year’s Boyle Software holiday party will be held at the newly renovated 42W24 office. What a perfect way to celebrate a great year and our new space!
Celebrations will start at 6:00pm and there will be plenty of food, drink & good company to go around! All are welcome, we would love to see you!Continue reading
We are finally back in our Chelsea HQ office. Yey! So exciting!!!
We’re breaking in new desks, tables, bathrooms, lighting, CAT6 network, gig-switched Inet …. AND phone booths. The construction “punch list” still exists, but is finally manageable.Continue reading
I woke up on November 7th to a number of confusing messages and missed calls from two people in my contacts list. Among the texts were “What?!”, “I’m so confused” and a “Did you mean to text me?”. I had no idea what they were talking about – I had not reached out to either in the past week at least. Both explained that I had sent them messages (and even sent screenshots to prove it) but for some reason my phone was not showing I sent them anything at all.Continue reading
If you use Google Chrome as your browser on Windows, Mac, or Linux, you need to update your browser immediately to avoid falling victim to the “zero-day bug.”
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) in the United States. Started by National Cyber Security Alliance and the Department of Homeland Security in 2003 it was conceived to raise awareness of the importance of cybersecurity.Continue reading