iland’s Director Solutions Architect EMEA and APAC, Sam Woodcock, looks at how the cloud could have helped to avoid incidents such as mitigating the risk of sensitive data falling into the wrong hands
August marks a decade since the birth of DevOps, the movement that strives to unify development and operations through increased collaboration and automation in order to build, test and release software faster
Traditional platforms simply aren’t used anymore. Instead, it's all about the digital economy! This is why Lloyd's and TSB have been left behind, according to Cloud Security Architect, Hassan Altaf
If you look around the testing landscape you will see that manual testing roles are disappearing, but not manual testing itself. So, do we still need the skill sets of a manual tester? Or is it all about automation testing?
DevOps Lead at Barclays, Barry Chandler, exclusively explains to Software Testing News Journalist, Leah Alger, the importance of focusing on enterprise agility and entrepreneurial thinking rather than DevOps in isolation
An invasion of privacy, an insecure channel for exploiting the individual, an unnecessary form of automation, a super gateway for powering botnets; all of these accusations have been levelled at the Internet of Things (IoT), and with some justification, argues Ken Munro, Partner, Pen Test Partners