Companies should define a high-level project plan and a test strategy for reaching the desired QA outcome.
Archive for June, 2009
The Security Features in Microsoft Online Services white paper details how Microsoft Online Services helps ensure increased security at each stage of your online transactions. This can help your organization gain cost advantages while helping to avoid many of the security risks associated with Web-based software services.
Business Intelligence is the process of getting enough of the right information in a timely manner and usable form and analyzing it so that it can have a positive impact on business strategy, tactics or operations.
The three key steps in Business Intelligence are gathering, analysis and recommendation. For most organizations, this is most effective if it’s a part of regular ongoing business practice.
Outsourcing Software Testing is suppose to be the most risk free process to outsource to a third party vendor. But in doing so the following common mistakes are made.
Microsoft Online Services provide businesses with subscription-based Microsoft-hosted online services that offer access to rich communication, collaboration, and productivity applications from anywhere. This hosted solution helps organizations reduce the costs of managing and maintaining business systems, which frees information technology resources and enables staff to focus on initiatives that can deliver competitive advantage to the business.
ISHIR’s Non-Profit industry practice helps non-profits or non-governmental organizations (NGO) leverage technology to better serve their missions and communities better. We provide non-profit with a wide array of professional, affordable technology consulting and IT services with one goal in mind – to make their non-profits more efficient and better able to focus on their mission utilizing the software they have internally, applications available to them through Microsoft and open source projects for free or reasonable licensing fees.
In times of economic uncertainty organizations have two fundamental choices: hunker down or strengthen their strategic positions. What is the winning strategy?
High performance businesses invest to strengthen their position through mergers and acquisitions, product innovation and market expansion—even in a downturn. They support their efforts by strategically reducing costs to create cash flow. Rather than make arbitrary cost reductions, these winners develop cost management measures.