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Albtraum Outsourcing

Software-Testing und Anwendungsentwicklung: Albtraum Outsourcing (Foto: lichtmeister - Fotolia.com)
Software-Testing und Anwendungsentwicklung: Sechs von zehn IT-Führungskräften bezeichnen Outsourcing-Projekte als "totalen Fehler". Das ergab eine Studie von Vanson Bourne im Auftrag von Micro Focus. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.

6 Tipps für besseres Qualitätsmanagement

Software Testing: 6 Tipps für besseres Qualitätsmanagement (Foto: Sogeti)
Software Testing: Unternehmen kämpfen immer noch immer mit fehlerhafter Software, gesprengtem Kostenrahmen und überzogenen Projektlaufzeiten. Das sind alles vermeidbare Fallstricke, wie Stefan Gerstner von Sogeti in seiner Kolumne zeigt. » zum Artikel
  • Stefan Gerstner

Legal firms get easier software testing service from Thomson Reuters

Legal practice software firm Thomson Reuters Elite has brought in a new software testing firm to support customers buying systems from its software integrators. » zum Artikel

How to Change Software Testing for New Cloud Configurations

Development and operations (DevOps) tools such as Puppet and Chef automate changes to configurations in systems. Some teams use these tools, and other frameworks, to actually automate the creation of the entire production Web server environment-sometimes in public services such as Amazon Web Services, sometimes in a local environment. » zum Artikel

Testing firm: Internet Explorer tops browsers for malware protection

Mirror, mirror on the wall, what browser blocks malware best of all The answer to that question is Microsoft Internet Explorer 10, at least according to the latest test results released by NSS Labs. » zum Artikel

Performance testing protects brands

Quality assurance is critical as a change agent and a brand protector, says Theresa Lanowitz, who is recognised worldwide as a strategic thinker and market influencer in application lifecycle, virtualisation and convergence. » zum Artikel

Was agiles Projekt-Management anders macht

Software-Entwicklung: Was agiles Projekt-Management anders macht (Foto: nyul - Fotolia.com)
Software-Entwicklung: Weil Projekt-Arbeit immer ein Spiel mit unbekannten Variablen ist, etabliert sich das sogenannte agile Projekt-Management. Beim Balance-Akt zwischen Zielvorgaben und Planlosigkeit setzt es vor allem auf Kommunikation und Veränderungsbereitschaft. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.

Die besten Arbeitgeber in der ITK 2014

Great Place to Work Wettbewerb: Die besten Arbeitgeber in der ITK 2014 (Foto: Great Place to Work Institute)
Great Place to Work Wettbewerb: Zum zweiten Mal kürt das Great Place to Work Institute zusammen mit dem Bitkom und der Computerwoche die ITK-Unternehmen mit den zufriedensten Mitarbeitern und der besten Personalarbeit. Die diesjährigen Sieger Microsoft, NetApp, MaibornWolff, Perbit und QAware zeichnen sich durch eine herausragende Arbeitsplatzkultur aus. » zum Artikel
  • Alexandra Mesmer

RWEST energy trading floor improves software quality with CAST

Energy trading floor RWE Group Supply & Trading (RWEST) is deploying a new software quality system from CAST. » zum Artikel

Federal CIOs Look to Platform-as-a-Service for Software Development

For all the talk in the government IT community about shifting to a more service-oriented approach, there has been little movement toward platform-as-a-service (PAAS)technologies. » zum Artikel

'No Estimates' in Action: 5 Ways to Rethink Software Projects

My coverage of the panel discussion on how to get beyond project estimates at Agile2013 Nashville garnered a great deal of positive feedback. There was one recurring question, though - Where do we start - and another common refrain - "My boss would never go for that. » zum Artikel

The Guardian uses automation software to upgrade Oracle E-Business Suite in half the time

Guardian News and Media (GNM) has revealed it was able to upgrade its Oracle E-Business Suite to R12 in half the expected time, by using automation software-as-a-service (SaaS) from Panaya. » zum Artikel

Targeting cloud, Microsoft set to revamp major enterprise software platforms

Microsoft today is showing off improvements to most of its enterprise infrastructure software designed to make it simpler for businesses to deploy hybrid cloud services that can allocate resources as needed. » zum Artikel

Cloud und die digitale Kundenbeziehung

IT-Trends 2014: Cloud und die digitale Kundenbeziehung (Foto: Experton Group)
IT-Trends 2014: CIOs haben wirklich kein leichtes Leben. Transformation, Innovation und neue Geschäftsmodelle - für alles scheinen sie verantwortlich zu sein. Diese Aufgaben in Technologie und Prozesse umzusetzen, ist mehr als anspruchsvoll. » zum Artikel
  • Carlo Velten

Google woos developers as software becomes more important

Google did its best to court developers at this year's I/O conference with a much-needed integrated developer environment, API for better games and the ability to more easily translate apps. Their allegiance will become increasingly important as smartphone and tablet hardware sees fewer dramatic improvements. » zum Artikel

Software asset management among top 2013 business priorities: Express Metrix

Software Asset Management (SAM) is among the top business priorities for 2013, according to IT asset management vendor, Express Metrix. » zum Artikel

5 pioneering paths for software development's new frontier

Size (and mobility) matters. As desktop PCs lose ground to tablets and smartphones, and the cloud becomes a more mainstream means for software deployment, desktop applications are being elbowed aside by mobile apps and Web services, resulting in a significant shift in the way software is created. » zum Artikel

Samsung delays launch of Knox Android security software until 'later date'

If you're looking for more robust security features for your business's Android phones, you're going to be waiting a while longer--at least if your company relies on hardware from the most popular Android manufacturer in the land. » zum Artikel

Samsung delays launch of Knox Android security software until 'later date'

If you're looking for more robust security features for your business's Android phones, you're going to be waiting a while longer--at least if your company relies on hardware from the most popular Android manufacturer in the land. » zum Artikel

Software licence optimization critical to enterprise app store success

This vendor-written tech primer has been edited by Network World to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favor the submitter's approach. » zum Artikel

Giving Enterprise Software a Social Makeover Attracts Users

Users for many years have viewed enterprise applications through the " green screen." Even now the typical business app rarely wins kudos for approachability and intuitive appeal, with functionality trumping user interface (UI) design and the overall user experience (UX). » zum Artikel

How to Deal With Software Development Schedule Pressure

My alarm goes off at 5:30 a.m. on a Saturday. I'm driving three hours to Dearborn, Mich., to the Agile and Beyond conference. Jim Benson, author of Personal Kanban , is giving a keynote on management anti-patterns. » zum Artikel

Lloyds Bank cuts app development costs with service virtualisation

Lloyds Bank has revealed how using service virtualisation has helped it cut app development costs by reducing testing times and highlighting defects earlier so that they can be fixed more cheaply. » zum Artikel

Specsavers keeps a closer eye on faulty critical apps with HP management tools

Optical retailer Specsavers has rolled out application lifecycle management tools to improve the quality of its software, after code defects in its business critical applications made it difficult for the firm to trade. » zum Artikel

Patching times improved in 2013 as vulnerability battle goes on

Software vendors have improved their response to security flaws in the last 12 months but some still take too long to patch the highest-risk vulnerabilities, figures from Swiss testing firm High-Tech Bridge have suggested. » zum Artikel

Security risk in Starbucks app a 'wakeup call' for consumers

The weak protections for customer data in Starbucks' mobile-payment app is a "wakeup call" for consumers who should never assume the apps they use in their smartphones are secure. » zum Artikel

Government tenders for SAP and Oracle app support worth up to £120m

The Cabinet Office, through the Government Procurement Service, has put out a tender for a framework contract for enterprise application support services. » zum Artikel

Microsoft adds critical IE, XP fixes to Tuesday's patch slate

Microsoft on Monday unexpectedly added two more critical security updates to the list it will deliver tomorrow, including one for all versions of its Internet Explorer (IE) and another that will affect the soon-to-be-retired Windows XP. » zum Artikel

Senators question security at HealthCare.gov

U.S. lawmakers questioned the security of HealthCare.gov, the U.S. government's troubled insurance-shopping website, after reports that one applicant's personal information was shared with another applicant. » zum Artikel

Security concerns prompt supoena for Healthcare.gov data

A U.S. House committee chairman, citing security concerns, today ordered a Healthcare.gov contractor to provide detailed information about its work on the project. » zum Artikel


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Sechs von zehn IT-Führungskräften bezeichnen Outsourcing-Projekte als "totalen Fehler". Das ergab eine Studie von Vanson Bourne im Auftrag von Micro Focus.
Sechs von zehn IT-Führungskräften bezeichnen Outsourcing-Projekte als "totalen Fehler". Das ergab eine Studie von Vanson Bourne im Auftrag von Micro Focus.
Unternehmen kämpfen immer noch immer mit fehlerhafter Software, gesprengtem Kostenrahmen und überzogenen Projektlaufzeiten. Das sind alles vermeidbare Fallstricke, wie Stefan Gerstner von Sogeti in seiner Kolumne zeigt.