Wow – what a jam-packed 2018 this has been! As busy as things are, last week Boyle Software’s New York City team was able to squeeze in a joyful evening with some friends and clients to cook up and devour a fantastic Italian meal at Rustico Cooking in midtown Manhattan. It was a great night to catch up with colleagues and friends and reflect on what an excellent year it’s been. And just check out the amazing menu that we prepared:
We are happy to report that Boyle Software has just received its SOC 2 Type 1 certification from Assure Professional. Assure describes Service Organization Controls (SOC) 2 certification as verification that an organization adheres to best practices with regards to the following principles:
- Security – The system is protected against unauthorized access (both physical and logical).
- Availability –The system is available for operation and use as committed or agreed upon.
- Processing Integrity – System processing is complete, accurate, timely, and authorized.
- Confidentiality –Information designated as confidential is protected as committed or agreed upon.
- Privacy –Personal information is collected, used, retained, disclosed, and/or destroyed in accordance with established standards. [Source]
SWEENEY TODD, THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET plays October 5-20 at the Selma Arts Center – Rated R, Directed by Joseph Ham
You still have a few more days to catch the show. Tickets are available online at selmaartscenter.com and by calling the box office at 559-891-2238. #SACSweeneyTodd.
Before founding their own company in 2014, Chris Tanck and Elvis Pereymer spent a combined 20+ years building and running the Data Products Department at the NFL’s league office here in New York City. So it’s no wonder that RockDaisy, their data analytics platform, found an eager and early audience in team front offices across the NFL.
Accessibility expert and former BS employee Svetlana Kouznetsova gave a TEDx presentation on video captions and why they are important not only for deaf people but for the medium in general. Continue reading
We have been thrilled to play host to the Open Source NYC Meetup a couple of times in recent months at our HQ at 42 West 24th. Last week’s Meetup featured a compelling discussion of intellectual property law as it relates to open source development. Topics ranged from the problem of proprietary platforms constructed upon open source foundations to more nuts-and-bolts issues like licensing. Back in July the discussion was all about GitHub in the wake of its acquisition by Microsoft, with people from GitHub as well as GitLab there to answer questions and share their insights.
Congratulations to our client Vroom.com for successfully securing a new round of funding worth $30M – a great start on the road to the larger goal of raising $70M over the next few months. Vroom, for whom Boyle Software has done work since 2016, has restructured this year in a push for profitability.
We wish our partners at Vroom continued success in their pursuit of being the best online marketplace for used automobiles. We are proud to be a part of the team!
For the last few years, I’ve been working closely with Dstillery to develop a variety of consumer tools within the digital advertising space. As we collaborated with data scientists and engineers to create tools for their clients to manage and understand their audiences, it felt like a revamp of the corporate website would be in order. With every new product, we were enabling their customers the ability to effectively understand their data. We wanted to convey to potential customers that same feeling—data isn’t scary. Continue reading
Over the past several months, we’ve had a number of developers join our team in New York and Ukraine, but we’re constantly growing and we are still looking for more! Continue reading