Press

  • Fishy Business Makes More Sense With Sensors

    BBC.com

    Brian Geisel, boss of US IoT development firm Geisel Software, told the BBC: "I think there's a lot of things in the agricultural and fish markets they haven't even thought of yet because there was no way to do it. But now the tools are showing up. The reduction in cost of sensors means you can put one almost anywhere now."

  • Amazon's Decision to Reduce Table Security Comes at a Bad Time

    Bloomberg.com

    “While Amazon is trying to shrink their costs, adding extra encryption makes it impossible to use a cheaper, smaller processor,” said Brian Geisel, who runs his own software company in Boston. “Ultimately, that keeps them from reducing the price of their products.”

  • The Pros and Cons of Working for Equity

    Entrepreneur

    "If it's something you would have done for free, then stock can be a great motivator and could certainly pay off long term," says the developer who is also CEO of Geisel Software, a Shrewsbury, Mass.-based web and mobile-development company.

  • Bad Move, Bad Timing: Amazon Removes Encryption In Fire OS 5, But Will Bring It Back Soon

    Aaron Mamiit, Tech Times

    According to Brian Geisel, who has a Boston-based software company, encryption features prevent Amazon from reducing costs as smaller and cheaper processors will not be enough for such protection.

  • The Importance of Career Development to Developers

    Stack Overflow Careers

    Brian Geisel, a developer of 20+ years, stresses the importance of career development for technology-heavy roles, saying "Career development is important in all aspects of software, but especially when you're working in modern technologies such as web and mobile development.

  • Product Development Firm, Dragon Innovation, Prepares to Launch Its Own Funding Site for Connected Devices

    Boston.com

    Scott Miller, the former iRobot manufacturing executive who runs Dragon Innovation, tells me he is planning to unveil Dragon Launcher sometime next month, with a carefully-chosen set of five to ten hardware products.  Geisel Software of Shrewsbury is helping out on the Dragon Launcher site.