Identifying Risks to Software Projects

Cheryl Allison

Threats to software development projects are often minimized or overlooked altogether because they are not as tangible as risks to projects in other industries. The risks are there though and just as capable of derailing the software development project as a project in any other industry. Most project managers in […]

Tips to Choose a Good DVD Maker Software Program

Cheryl Allison

We know that technological advancements make things obsolete at some point in time. According to the rule of evolution, the fittest survives in the end. The same is true about DVDs. They will disappear sooner or later. Another reason DVDs are not going to disappear anytime soon is because people […]

Onboarding Your New Software Testing Company

Cheryl Allison

Bringing on a new QA partner is just like bringing on a new employee: in order for them to do their very best work, they need to know everything they can about the company, the product, the culture, and the existing workflow processes. Though partners that have been in the […]

Service Software Dreaming

Cheryl Allison

We are all amassed and amazed in/by technology, as we know it…virtual wired, virtual here or there, virtual wireless, virtual…mobile! When was the last time that you visited/took advantage of the convenience of Pay-Pal, the ATM, the Kiosk, online financials, for example., banking, or HR services – The Submittal of […]

Contract Management Software Distributors

Cheryl Allison

Contract management software distributors are companies engaged in the process of selling and marketing contract management software packages, designed and developed by various manufacturers. They are responsible for providing the first level support for these software packages to customers. A contract management software distributor supplies contract management solutions to a […]

Agile Methodology VS Traditional Software Development

Cheryl Allison

In the software development industry, there are two main approaches that drive the project life-cycle. Traditional software development, also known as the Waterfall method, is a linear and structured approach that relies on processes to accomplish the end results. Agile methodology is a non-linear approach to software development that adapts […]