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Brand new year - same old problems?

13/01/2016 14:49:44 – by Jonny Crawford

For technology trend-watchers, the New Year has begun in much the same way old one ended.

As the reports of Black Friday and Cyber Monday-prompted site crashes tail off, predictions about upcoming technology trends kick in, and early 2016 looks much like late 2015. So will last year’s failures help us meet new challenges? Let’s take a look...

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The Force Awakens – the web performance testing farce continues

17/12/2015 14:03:17 – by Frank Borland

In a Galaxy far too close to home, Frank Borland has donned his Alec Guinness Jedi cape and fired up the Millennium Falcon of Best Web Performance Practice. People are just not learning their lessons and Frank ain’t happy.

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Cyber Fun Days

08/12/2015 11:00:07 – by Lenore Adam

How can online retailers ensure virtual shopping carts will continue to be filled now that Black Friday has kicked off the seasonal shopping season? New writer Lenore Adam talks about ways to prevent website bottlenecks and guarantee a positive and consistent user experience.

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Taste success with the Silk Portfolio suite part 7/7: Automated testing with Silk Test

08/12/2015 09:00:37 – by Helen Field

This blog series is about Micro Focus’ variety of software ‘flavors’. Learn how you can improve your SDLC.

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After the Goldrush

04/12/2015 11:41:16 – by Chris Livesey

How can online retailers keep the tills keep ringing now Thanksgiving is over? Chris Livesey talks about easy ways to prevent website wobbles.

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Taste success with the Silk Portfolio suite part 6/7: Automated testing with Silk Mobile

01/12/2015 16:38:53 – by Helen Field

This blog series is about Micro Focus’ variety of software ‘flavors’. Learn how you can improve your SDLC.

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How can I make my tests execute faster?

25/11/2015 11:23:39 – by Robert Murray

This is a common question that often arises from Silk Test users. In most instances we find that a number of efficiency gains can be obtained from changes to how the tests are scripted.

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