Archive for Author Michael Hoffman, Author at Polarion Software Blog - Page 3 of 3

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1 year ago
 

Introducing The New Polarion Software Website

Hello!

At Polarion Software, we enjoy listening to your comments and feedback.

On behalf of Polarion Software, it’s with great excitement I’d like to invite you to visit the new website that recently underwent a major overhaul, and we hope you enjoy the new look and feel. (more…)

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1 year ago
 

Learn More: Polarion QA’s Parameterized Testing

Polarion QA allows you to build and maintain traceability from requirements through test verification to code, while leveraging your Test Plans, Test Cases and Test Runs for maximum reuse, collaboration, and reporting.

The use of Polarion QA provides a powerful unified platform to coordinate all your all testing activities.   Customers appreciate the central repository for Test Cases and other work items other resources, providing visibility across projects, easier customization, ready to use templates, and workflow to aid structure testing. (more…)

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1 year ago
 

Join Polarion Software at Product Innovation Boston 2015

Polarion Software will be exhibiting during Product Innovation Boston 2015 conference and expo later this month.  PI Boston takes place on Nov. 17 and 18, and will be located at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel.

During the show, we’ll be discussing our unified platform for Requirements Management, Test Case Management, Variant Management, and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) – and how we help organizations to bring innovative solutions and products to market faster with increased quality and efficiencies. (more…)

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1 year ago
 

IoT: Pushing Medical Industry Forward at Rapid Pace

The Internet of Things (IoT) is forcing a sudden revolution in the world of medical devices, presenting new benefits alongside plenty of new challenges and problems.  As IoT continues its migration into mainstream healthcare, trying to figure out how to properly address this transition is a pressing matter for doctors and the patients they are ultimately responsible for.

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1 year ago
 

Good Software For The Internet of Things Era Can Be a Challenge

Software increasingly surrounds our daily lives.  As the Internet of Things (IoT) grows, it continues to disrupt more markets and industries, and software design and development is the driving force of enablement.

Expect significant changes in manufacturing, retail, vehicles, and in your home – the long-term potential is simply incredible.  However, trying to maximize IoT in your current design and development process is a huge challenge that may leave some decision makers in disarray.

To learn more about IoT and implementing a focused software design and development strategy for success, please attend our upcoming webinar (Tuesday, November 10).  Polarion Software SVP of Strategy & Business Development, Stefano Rizzo, will be joined with Beyond PLM’s Oleg Shilovitsky, in a discussion of how development teams must be prepared to address growing demands of software-powered devices.

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2 years ago
 

Join Polarion Software at DevOps Enterprise Summit in San Francisco

Polarion Software is excited to be a Silver Sponsor  at the DevOps Enterprise Summit in San Francisco next week.

The industry-leading DevOps and Continuous Delivery event is co-hosted by Gene Kim and Electric Cloud, taking place October 19-21, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in San Francisco.

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2 years ago
 

Internet of Things Product Development the Right Way

The Internet of Things (IoT) has great potential for business workers and consumers, but there is a lot of confusion about the IoT infrastructure and connected devices receiving connectivity.

In a simplistic high-level breakdown, IoT is an ecosystem that allows hardware and objects we interact with everyday to have network connectivity – able to communicate directly with one another. By 2020, there will be at least 26 billion connected “Things,” according to the Gartner research analyst group. (more…)

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2 years ago
 

Medical Device Design Control Complexities in Evolving Market

The wearable market is expanding quickly, and it’s no longer just consumers jumping into the surging market.  Growing curiosity in the healthcare and medical sector has generated new interest in creating software and solutions that collect a large amount of data.

Medical Wearables: Only The Beginning

As more companies begin to test wearable technology able to capture personal medical information, there are legal and ethical questions in relation to regulations on compliance.  (more…)

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2 years ago
 

Join Polarion Software at In-Person Software Security Event


If you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area, Polarion Software would like to invite you to an in-person software security event next week. The event will take place on Tuesday, September 29 at the Sheraton Palo Alto Hotel.

Polarion Software will have automotive product manager Mike Borse speaking at the event, as he joins other panelists to discuss threat modeling and applied security architecture in agile software development. This will be a great opportunity to interact with leading security industry experts regarding the complex topic of agile software development. (more…)

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2 years ago
 

Don’t Worry, Human Jobs Are Safe From Robots… For Now

Could you imagine sitting in the back of a taxi cab and there is no human driver in control of the vehicle? How about going on vacation and no longer being required to interact with hotel staff while checking-in at the hotel? Just a few years ago, either one of these scenarios would have seemed highly unlikely, but technology is changing at a rapid pace.

Robots and artificial intelligence have captured even more headlines as of late, and that has caused a growing number of people to be concerned. Some are worried about artificial intelligence surpassing human control, while others have economic-based fear that robots will steal jobs. (more…)