Software Quality Matters Blog
By Sara Ponsford, Head of Product Management
At Original Software we endeavour to provide the most comprehensive support possible for your environments, often above and beyond that provided by their suppliers. As such we have continued to support Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 for more than a year beyond even the Extended Support provided by Microsoft.
However, with the introduction of Windows 10 in July and the incompatibilities between new and old Operating Systems, Windows XP and Windows 2003 can no longer be supported by us.
Benjamin Franklin’s wise words may be almost 300 years old but would a 21st century project manager take issue with them?
The IBM iSeries remains the server of choice for many companies but fails as the platform to support a digital presence.
The IBM System i star may have dimmed a little in recent years, but it remains a key platform for many companies. How are you managing your upgrade or patch?
This time of the year is probably the best opportunity you will get to consider and make changes to the way you deliver applications to the business in the future.
Retailers can’t afford for their applications and websites to fall over at this most crucial revenue generating time. Learn how to avoid thin ice over the holidays.
Regulators do not shy away from handing out heavy fines for mis-selling, which is happening a lot in the insurance industry. Get web compliance on the agenda.
Marston’s reduced cost and disruption during an SAP upgrade with core applications stable and up-to-date.
Another HMRC IT glitch hits the headlines. The latest involves erroneous tax calculations being sent to up to five million people.
Pity that a poor customer who recently tried to book flights to Portugal on the eDreams website only to find they were going to cost a gargantuan £23.7 billion. This massive overcharge was a data validation error or a coding bug.