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1 year ago
 

Morris Medical: RiskPack Data Type “Sequence of Events”

Welcome back to Morris Medical: a eries for medical device development companies – and companies who are related to such companies – providing useful information about Polarion solutions and Polarion extensions.

Today we will discuss the subject of Polarion’s RiskPack extension, and have a look at RiskPack Data Types.

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1 year ago
 

Morris Medical: RiskPack Data Type ‘Harm’

Welcome back to Morris Medical: a series for medical device development companies – and companies who are related to such companies – providing useful information about Polarion solutions and Polarion extensions.

Today we will discuss the subject of Polarion’s RiskPack extension, and have a look at RiskPack Data Types.

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1 year ago
 

5 Quick Facts About Why Internet of Things (IoT) Matters to Your Business

Your workplace is changing, and that is forcing an evolution into how products and services are being created, then deployed to customers.

The explosive increase in the Internet of Things (IoT) is something that must be rolled out in a careful, calculated manner.  It’s a trend that you’re going to hear more about in the future, with IoT connectivity spreading to greater impact our lives. Read the rest of this entry »

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1 year ago
 

Polarion Rolls Out Additional LiveReport Widgets

Widget overviewA few months ago I published a blog post introducing our first community created widgets to you. Since then, our community widget library has continued to grow, providing additional features and support to you.

Rolled out in SR2, new widgets were designed to help configure Polarion Plans – adding LiveReports, presenting a massive change to usability.

Nevertheless, the new widgets I want to introduce are usable in both LiveReports and Polarion Plans. Enough for now, lets have a look what kind of widgets have been developed and are available on our extension portal:
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1 year ago
 

Lock the Old DOORS and Unlock Smart Innovation with Polarion

Today’s product line engineering demands that you compete and capitalize on opportunities – you must be able to innovate at unprecedented speeds while improving quality and managing a complex lifecycle of compliance and regulatory standards.  You simply can not expect your system engineering teams to perform at this level using a point solution like DOORS designed before the browser was invented.

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1 year ago
 

Webinar: Internet of Things (IoT) and Good Software

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.

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1 year ago
 

Overcoming Internet of Things (IoT) Challenges in Medical Devices

Embracing the Internet of Things (IoT) is appealing as more medical devices support connected features – but there are new challenges and problems that must be addressed in this era of increased connectivity in the medical field.

There has been an explosion in the amount of software going into devices, but cybercriminals have found new vulnerabilities to exploit in devices.  Software has become the key differentiator for manufacturers of medical devices – and utilizing application lifecycle management (ALM) helps bridge the gap between development, assurance, and proof of compliance. Read the rest of this entry »

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1 year ago
 

Happy Holidays: A Quick Look Back at 2015

Happy holidays!  It has been an exciting 2015 at Polarion Software!  We’ve strived to help you and your organization by providing insightful thought leadership about current and future innovations.

In this post, we’ll share recent assets ranging from customer success stories, on-demand webinars, white papers, and other valuable resources.  Software has evolved into an integral part of product development, so our goal of educating customers is something we look forward to continue throughout 2016. Read the rest of this entry »

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1 year ago
 

What’s New and Noteworthy in Polarion 2015 SR3

I’m happy to announce the first Polarion release since the announcement of our acquisition by Siemens: Polarion version 2015 SR3. This is the last planned service release for version 2015. As some of you know, all the new features and improvements delivered this year roll up to comprise the next major version – Polarion 2016. That means that most of what’s in Polarion 2016 (and every new major version) has already been rolled out and used in production by many of our customers, so you can consider updating with a pretty high degree of confidence. But let’s talk about the current release and see what’s new and noteworthy.  Read the rest of this entry »

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1 year ago
 

Top 5 Reasons You Need Requirements Management

The use of requirements management software helps aid process and organization changes, improving quality, governance and audit-ability of projects.

Using Polarion REQUIREMENTS is a valuable tool to track assets from requirements through product deployment.  Unlock synergies across disparate development teams.  Empower your organization to easily gather, author, approve and manage requirements for complex systems at every point throughout the project lifecycle. Read the rest of this entry »