[SixGill in Israel Hayom] IBM security to integrate threat identification app from Israel’s Sixgill

Computing giant IBM’s security information and event management technology will be integrating a threat detection application from Israeli company Sixgill, the company announced Thursday.

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How to integrate my OTA to Channel manager interface.

I have an OTA with few of partners running but now days most of my old partners and new joining partners are asking for channel manager interface. Actually my tec guy is stuck due to covid and cant help me out with this right now is there any way I can get help from and hier someone to do that. How do I do that… Please help.!

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Need Advice – One of the largest universities in country wants to sign MAU to integrate my software, don’t know what to prepare.

Hi,

So I'm currently in talks with one of the largest universities in the country to be the first customer of software I created. The key decision maker is extremely excited about the software and is going out their way to make sure this happens, they want to have a Memorandum of Understanding done by this next week. The problem is that I've never sold software to a university before. I have no idea what I should be charging, whether I should be pushing for exclusivity, or really anything about it.

I am thinking about providing the software for free, since the cost to me is minimal, and I can use the university as a reference for other universities. It's not only one of the largest, but also one of most prestigious, so if I land them, I would expect many others would follow. I've tried googling information on selling to universities but haven't found anything useful. I could really use advice or guidance on how to handle this process.

This next week in addition to a more formal proposal, they will review the technical side of the software for compliance and security concerns. I believe I should be good on this end, but it would be helpful to know what to expect or prepare for.

Thank you for taking the time to read this post.

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What does your documentation for agile sprints look like? I am using Gitbook, but I am unsure as to exactly how I should integrate my Github commits with my Gitbook and the general workflow of documentation. The documentation is only being used by me and my co-founder, both of us are coding.

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Visually integrate Jira, Trello and Asana tasks directly, as website notes.

Sifta is an intriguing start up that brings powerful new GUI functionality to the forefront of webpage design. Founded by Ben Munk in 2019, Sifta provides important new capabilities for creative teams working together across project management suites.

Interoperability has always been the achilles heel of modern project management software. While some shops use Asana, others use Trello or Jira. This tends to provide something of a useless firewall between teams that attempt to collaborate across organizational boundaries.

Furthermore, all three of these systems exist as their own ecosystems, in their own right, with their own graphical and data-category standards. Designed to make teamwork easier, the competing nature of these tools can actually make it much harder in multi-ecosystem development environments.

Swifta is designed specifically to pull equivalent information from all three of these popular platforms, and present it as direct overlays right on the website under development. Users familiar with any of the three industry-leading platforms are easily able to make, track, access and complete tasks anchored to any element of the site itself.

The upshot of this is, effectively, cross-platform Post-it® notes shared directly on the website itself, and visible only to the team using Swifta to coordinate site management. The result is a website that can be edited in real time, by all stakeholders, via a simple interface, and with complete task management recording.

All logged-in users will see exactly what has to be done as soon as they look at the web page, and will know who was assigned each task. As tasks are completed, Swifta immediately updates the overlay, informing all parts of the project team of the current completion state.

Swifta offers web development teams a way to work together without the barrage of emails that usually accompanies projects crossing the traditional barriers between different project management suites. It was designed with streamlining multi-ecosystem teams into one shared GUI that’s tied directly to the project under development. In this manner, it allows many different teams to stay on the same page while keeping their focus on the correct track.

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