The Open Source Software I Use Everyday

In a previous article, I wrote about why I tend to favour open source software. In this article, I will be covering specific programs that I, as a software developer, use every day to improve our flagship product. Linux Linux, or GNU/Linux, is an operating system. Operating systems are vastly complex programs and it's hard … Continue reading The Open Source Software I Use Everyday

Introducing Invotra Consulting – Discover, Simplify and Enhance your Organisational Knowledge

Why would a SaaS business launch a consultancy? The answer is simple, our customers.Our customers are enterprise/government organisations that have complex requirements and with that comes the need to constantly adapt and change.Our solution forms one part of an overall technology and organisational ecosystem. However, our customers need to ensure that all elements within their … Continue reading Introducing Invotra Consulting – Discover, Simplify and Enhance your Organisational Knowledge

Maintaining security when attackers can see the code in an open-source world

Information security has become increasingly high profile in the past few years. High profile hacks, leaked databases and csv files full of user passwords have all made rather bad headlines for all involved. Attackers may use any information available to find even the smallest weakness in a system to attack. Any detail or clue about … Continue reading Maintaining security when attackers can see the code in an open-source world

Using integrations to supercharge design workflow

It’s been a busy few weeks and I am in the process of defining the scope of an exciting new project with the Product team at Invotra. Part of the initial work is creating a schedule of work and an inventory of all of the intranet screens and screen-related components that will form the scope … Continue reading Using integrations to supercharge design workflow