Worldwide Ransomware cyber attack: What we need to do?

The WannaCry malware has already affected around 2 lakh users across ten thousand organizations in nearly 100 countries. People who are affected have either lost their money or compromised with their data. However, it’s not the time to be complacent. The threat has spread by different names across the globe. Whether you call it WannaCrypt, Read more…

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Digital Revolution and the Need for QA Transformation

There are a number of companies investing in modern IT systems and collaborating with niche solution providers. In fact, for enhanced customer experience and growth, industries must start adopting the transformation in the digital world. With increased quality and productivity, the incremental value of this transformation is going to boost. Digital transformation has also a Read more…

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How You Can Free Up to 7.8 GB of Space on your iPhone?

The Apple’s latest update to iOS 10.3 has freed up as much as 7.8 GB of available storage for many users. It was observed that there was an increase of 7.81 GB of available space after upgrading to 10.3. This was done by testing 256 GB iPhone 7 Plus running on T-mobile network packed with Read more…

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How Consumer Experience Testing Helps in Achieving IoT Success?

With the advancement in the field of IoT there are exciting opportunities as well as the challenges that lie ahead for both consumers and business. The IoT infrastructure must be reliable, scalable, and secure, and to ensure their optimal performance, they must be tested comprehensively. This will improve the consumer experience. The key to great Read more…

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How Apple’s iMessage Flaws Impacting the Users?

Apple’s iMessage app was launched with various new features and was loved by many. It was a lightweight app with many crazy sticker packs, which injected life into text message conversation. However, this app no longer holds the same value as before. Design Though there are various issues, design is not a bad idea to Read more…

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Google Directory DMOZ.org Shuts Down Permanently after 18 Years

Google Directory DMOZ that organizes websites using human efforts is no longer available from March 14th, 2017. The mechanism involved human efforts rather machine has been permanently closed after 18 years. It used hierarchical ontology for organizing site listing and was considered to be the largest human-edited web directory that was managed by a group Read more…

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