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November 22, 2023
What Is Performance Testing? The key facts.

Ever wanted to know what Performance Testing is, why do it, the types of testing, processes and how to measure it? Well read below to find out! What Is Performance Testing? Performance testing assesses the speed, stability, and responsiveness of computers, networks, software, or devices when subjected to varying workloads. It plays a pivotal role […]

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October 11, 2023
Revamping Your Testing: 4 Steps To Success

Have you ever contemplated modernising your organisation's testing procedures? If so, it's time to take those ideas and turn them into a reality. But don't just aim for small, incremental changes; envision a complete overhaul of your testing team's culture and operations. A genuine transformation should involve substantial shifts that provide an opportunity to establish […]

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August 22, 2023
Title: Essential Factors in Risk Management for Software Testers

In the realm of software testing, it is imperative to prioritise effective risk management practices. By identifying and addressing potential risks early on, organisations can mitigate the negative impact on their software projects. Here are some key aspects to consider when it comes to software testing risk management: Risk Identification:One of the initial steps in […]

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July 18, 2023
How can HEI's successfully deliver digital transformation with IT staff shortages? 

The aim of this blog is to highlight one of the fundamental challenges impacting the ability of Higher Education Institutions (HEI's) to successfully deliver on their digital transformation agenda – namely, an IT staff shortage - and consider how the use of IT offshoring can provide a cost-effective and efficient solution.  The Challenge  HEI’s are not […]

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June 9, 2023
Moodle Performance Testing: Why, Risks, and Best Practices

Moodle is widely recognised as a leading virtual learning management (VLE) system, with a substantial user base comprising 42% of UK universities. By default, Moodle employs the legacy LAMP stack, typically hosted on a 2-tier large CPU architecture though there are moves afoot to bring more Cloud native features to the hosting environment. With the […]

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