The Continuous Testing Manifesto

Rainforest QA

The demand for development teams to ship high-quality software fast has never been greater. But QA continues to be among the most manual, slow, and painful steps in the development process, especially for agile and continuous delivery teams. Join this web seminar to learn how to build a QA approach that keeps pace with even the fastest deployment cadence. You’ll discover how to generate faster and more accurate QA results, get fewer false positives, and knock out your QA bottlenecks.
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At Hewlett Packard Enterprise, we call this evolution to the third platform the “Idea Economy” because it gives IT the ability to drive new business opportunities by quickly delivering revenue-generating products, services, and experiences. Instead of just providing technology to automate internal business processes, IT can now directly impact business strategy and revenues by creating software-based services that:


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How to Say Goodbye to Windows Server 2003

Flexera Software

In July 2015, Microsoft’s venerable Windows Server 2003 operating system will reach end-of-life, meaning the company will not provide regular support or updates for the operating system outside of an expensive custom support contract. Windows Server 2003 remains in widespread use in organizations of all sizes. However, in the decade since its invention, an incredible array of changes have occurred in the IT industry. New forms of attacks, new perspectives on security, new approaches to management and automation, and more are all here. Windows Server 2003 will never be able to take advantage of these advances, or adequately protect itself against these risks.

Bridge IT and the Business with Business Architecture

Info-Tech Research Group

It is virtually impossible to undertake a large-scale business transformation without a holistic view of how different parts of the business interact. However, establishing this view is a very complex undertaking. IT strategy must line up with business strategy, otherwise IT will be considered a cost center rather than a strategic partner.

Next Generation IoT Connectivity: Combining Cellular and Wi-Fi

451 Research

Traditional IoT deployments have been forced to pick between cellular or Wi-Fi networks for wireless connectivity. And while each has its benefits, each also has its limitations. Meanwhile, our smartphones can seamlessly connect and transition between the two. Why can’t your IoT devices do the same? Now they can. In this webinar, we’ll cover how it’s now possible to combine both coverage and cost benefits with cellular and Wi-Fi hybrid connectivity.

Health IT Public Policy: A Participatory Sport

Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

Fredrick Douglass once said “If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom and yet depreciate agitation, are people who want crops without ploughing the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning; they want the ocean without the roar of its many waters. The struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, or it may be both. But it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.” Leslie also shares about her experiences mentoring future Health IT leaders as part of our Women in HIT series.

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At Hewlett Packard Enterprise, we call this evolution to the third platform the “Idea Economy” because it gives IT the ability to drive new business opportunities by quickly delivering revenue-generating products, services, and experiences. Instead of just providing technology to automate internal business processes, IT can now directly impact business strategy and revenues by creating software-based services that:

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