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How to Build a Culture of Innovation in Your Organisation

Our businesses are becoming increasingly dependent on technology with each passing month and year. Particularly since the COVID-19 pandemic two years ago, digital technology in the workplace has matured at a staggering pace. Companies across all industries have been demanding more speed, agility, and flexibility since the global shift to remote work and technology has delivered across the board.

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Your Guide to Software Testing Automation in 2022 and Beyond

With new technology solutions and digital tools emerging all the time, the state of software testing is constantly changing. As the technology matures, the capabilities of testing automation evolve, presenting opportunities to increase the quality and efficiency of your software testing. Keeping up with the pace of change is difficult for most organisations.

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The Power of Mentorship

Hello to the Testhouse family! This is my second blog in a series of posts aimed at sharing insights into things I have learned or experienced in my career in testing to date. If you find anything that sparks your interest or have follow up questions, then please do let me know. In my last blog, I touched on mentorship, conferences, and the value of networking. This blog continues the mentoring theme and focuses on the benefits of having a mentor, and how you can go about finding one.

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Testing Enterprise SaaS Applications

Companies acquire enterprise SaaS applications (such as Microsoft Dynamics, Salesforce, ServiceNow or Workday) to accelerate business capabilities. However, the complexity increases as businesses begin to customise and integrate solutions to suit their business requirements. So, the cost of overlooking testing the application can be catastrophic in the form of monetary and reputational damage.

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Networking, Mentorship and the Value of Conferences

Hello to the Testhouse family! This is what I hope will be the first in a series of blog posts aimed at sharing insights into things I have learned or experienced in my career in testing to date. If you find anything that sparks your interest, or have follow up questions, then please do let me know. This first blog is about mentorship, conferences, and the value of networking; I hope you find taking a few minutes to read this will be time well spent!

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Why Your Digital Transformation Strategy Must Include Continuous Testing?

Traditional approaches to enterprise IT – typically reliant on time-consuming, manual processes – have been overtaken in recent years by more agile, efficient, outcome-orientated models. And with that shift putting an emphasis on faster cycles of development for software products, DevOps and Agile methodologies are now essential for any business looking to succeed with a meaningful digital transformation initiative.

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Penetration Testing 101: A Beginner's Guide to Ethical Hacking

Every day, we use and generate huge amounts of data. And this data is used by different sectors like healthcare, finance, marketing, and others. However, data breaches are increasingly rampant these days. That’s why such sensitive information should be safeguarded. This is where penetration hacking comes in handy. Penetration testing or ethical hacking is used to get access to resources. Hackers carry out attacks to uncover security vulnerabilities and assess their strengths.

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Top 10 DevOps Tools You Need to Master In 2021

DevOps is all about collaboration and efficiency. The intent is to speed up the software development process to bring the products or services faster to the market. DevOps methodology focuses on standardising the development environment to deliver updates, upgrades, and security features to the end-user more quickly, improving customer privacy and security. So, what DevOps tools should you master?

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Benefits of Load Testing Tool Available in the Cloud

One of the core tasks during load testing is setting-up of required Test Agents or Load Generators. Though it is straightforward in most cases, it can be challenging and time-consuming when you do not have enough details required for hardware sizing and memory footprint and also need support for thousands of virtual users.