The U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) provides data privacy and security provisions for safeguarding patient medical information.
It is essential that organizations within the healthcare software domain understand the specific regulations set forth by HIPAA so that they are included in your testing plan and strategy. In our latest infographic, we offer 7 software testing tips to ensure full compliance:
With cyber attacks hitting the news with increasing frequency, more pressure is upon cyber security companies to release high-quality software that users can trust to keep them, their data and their devices safe from unauthorized users. Do cyber security companies need QA? Absolutely. We've put together three reasons cyber security providers should direct more resources toward software QA and testing.
There are still companies out there that dismiss offshore QA as a steep investment — not necessarily in terms of money, but in time. They figure that finding the right QA partner, onboarding them, transferring knowledge, and coordinating schedules will simply take too much time, and that they’re better off hiring in-house or having developers handle the QA workload.
While it’s true that outsourcing your testing services comes with some initial time investment and a certain degree of change management, the benefits — huge time savings, exponential increases in productivity, and a higher-quality product — make it worth while.
Ask just about any authority in the software testing space if you should outsource your QA testing, and you’ll get the same answer: “It depends.” It’s true - we’ve said essentially the same thing ourselves.
But the truth is, outsourced QA is almost always a better choice than investing in building out a team. Simply put, when all variables are considered, it’s just a better way to work.
Organizations are increasingly using application programming interfaces (APIs) to connect their products to the outside world. Whenever you sign up for a new service and it pulls your information from Google or Facebook, or you launch a data-consuming app on your smartphone, there’s an API at work. APIs are essential for creating a simple, streamlined, and increasingly connected experience for customers and companies are finally beginning to realize their value - and to direct more resources toward their development and maintenance.
Are you growing and unable to find the right QA Talent? Outsourcing QA can be the answer to meet the growing technical needs of your project without adding a spike to your company’s budget. By outsourcing, your team can focus more on the core product activities such as development innovations, and allow the experts to tackle the QA testing. There are several advantages to outsourcing QA.