Using Upper Hand’s video analysis tool, NHL.com breaks down the first round goaltending matchups of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Apple Pay is a newer contactless payment method built into Apple devices that has gained popularity the past year. It’s security and ease-of-use make it a highly attractive option for businesses looking for frictionless payment options for their clients. We explore three of the top reasons why you should look at implementing a processing service that has the ability to incorporate Apple Pay.
Technology continues to revolutionize every aspect of our daily lives and has bled its way into the sports industry — especially for coaches and trainers. Fortunately, the integration of technology provides a new lens on the advancement of coaching while greatly impacting the job from virtually every angle. This makes it imperative for coaches to learn how to leverage technology the right way to maximize efficiency, complete communication, improve athlete performance and optimize health standards for athletes nationwide.
The future is full of unknowns, but it’s certain that major changes are coming to businesses in 2019 thanks to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implemented in Europe in the spring of 2018. Here is everything you need to know about the new regulations and how you can keep your sports business secure from data breaches.
With cyber-attacks on the rise in the United States, it’s never been more important to protect consumers’ valuable information. Regardless of what your role is in the sports and fitness industry — from handling membership software for your fitness facility to payment processing for your online store — you know you need to stay PCI compliant and protect consumers’ data with each transaction.
If you want to build a sports website, you have many options. You can let a sports-specific company host your site. You can hire a developer to create a custom site from scratch, but this will be a large expense, with the continued costs of fixing bugs. If you want control of your site at a reasonable cost, using a content management system (CMS) such as WordPress is likely your best option. WordPress is a versatile platform for building blogs and websites. It’s free and open source, costing you nothing to use.
How Technology Can Transform Sports Businesses By Kevin MacCauley, Founder and CEO Featured 8/27/2018 by Inside Indiana Business Over the past decade, technology has become
This article was written by CIO Review and published in July 2018. 20 Most Promising Sports Technology Solution Providers Over the years, technology has modernized