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Make sure that your cloud computing environment is equipped to detect and respond to attacks with the appropriate intrusion detection systems.
Migrating to the cloud is often touted as a no-brainer. But not all workloads benefit from the move, so hammer out a solid cloud migration strategy.
More companies are turning to DevOps to help develop, provision and mange mobile applications, but a solid DevOps strategy can be challenging.
The iPad is a 9.7 inch touch screen tablet PC made by Apple. The iPad is basically a netbook without a keyboard, which allows it to be smaller and lighter without sacrificing much functionality.
In developing products and services, quality assurance is any systematic process of checking to see whether a product or service being developed is meeting specified requirements. (Continued...)
It might not seem like it, but you can make security and usability play nice when it comes to mobile applications. Get security staff involved in app dev early on.
If your customers are clamoring for cloud-based applications, you need to get a grip on various kinds of applications and the programming languages used to create these apps.
What is a respectful way to insist that QA and other stakeholders be included in Agile story mapping for new projects?