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  • Computer Weekly – 17 October 2017: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on empathy and innovation

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella explains why he has made empathy a key part of technology innovation. We examine the latest news in the ongoing debate over the tax status of IT contractors in the public sector. And we ask if an emphasis on creativity will help attract more young people to work in IT. Read the issue now.

  • Staying on Track with Agile Development

    Sponsored by: Tasktop

    Common issues like geographically distributed teams and demanding deadlines can prevent you from actually following Agile guidelines. This e-guide explores how ALM tools can help distributed Agile teams effectively communicate and collaborate. Plus, discover 4 crucial guidelines to follow to stay on track with Agile development.

  • Building a Strong Application Security Program

    Sponsored by: Onapsis

    What are the first steps to creating a strong app security program, and how do you know you've struck the right balance between static and dynamic testing? These are the types of questions we explore in this e-guide. Find out what role education is playing in building an app security program and get advice for mitigating SAP vulnerabilities.

  • Project Management and Collaborative Communication

    Sponsored by: Tasktop

    This white paper explores how to create a connected software lifecycle to overcome data silos and enable end-to-end visibility for project management. Learn how to connect information across teams and departments to enhance project collaboration and create the communication that digital transformations, Agile, and DevOps principles demand.

  • Why it's Important to Address Continuous Integration

    Sponsored by: Sauce Labs

    In this expert guide, software development consultant Jeffery Payne reveals what's wrong with Agile and continuous delivery processes, why you should address continuous integration before continuous delivery, and why DevOps changes everything.

  • Better Decisions, No More Bottlenecks: 5 Metrics for Cross-Lifecycle Software Testing

    Sponsored by: Tasktop

    This paper explores how leveraging data from disparate systems will give software testing teams the unique opportunity to become the hub of organizational quality. Uncover 5 best practices that will help expose critical issues, enable Agile development, create a more holistic view of the software development lifecycle, and more.

  • The Impact of Data Breaches: Why Application Security is a Business Imperative

    Sponsored by: Veracode, Inc.

    64% of internally developed enterprise applications remain untested for security vulnerabilities. View this informative whitepaper now to learn the impact of security breaches, and the hurdles companies must overcome to develop apps with security as a priority.

  • Essential guide to solutions architecture

    Sponsored by: MuleSoft

    This expert e-guide reveals best practices for solutions architectures, and top tips for being a successful solution architect. To get started, here's one now: Have an understanding of how company systems, applications and requirements work together.

  • 9 Catastrophic Projects, And the Lessons They Teach

    Sponsored by: AtTask

    This white paper considers 9 massive project failures, and analyzes where teams went wrong. Read on to see how mistakes, communication breakdowns, and destroyed budgets can obliterate your projects, and how you can avoid a similar fate.

  • The Role of DevOps in Value Transformation

    Sponsored by: Plutora

    In this expert e-guide, George Spalding, the executive vice president at Pink Elephant, discusses DevOps and the role it plays in value transformation.

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