8 Jan 2016: This week’s highlighted articles
Independent UK-based brewers, The Wild Beer Co, sought to optimise its brewing processes and stock and warehousing capabilities to meet increasing demand for its beers and commissioned Smart IT to design an end-to-end, IT led brewing software system using Odoo open source ERP technology.


A new event from the people behind leading software testing and QA journal TEST Magazine, The National Software Testing Conference and The European Software Testing Awards, is set to open up dialogue amongst senior professionals in end user organisations.
Held at the Park Inn by Radisson – London Heathrow on 22 March 2016, the TEST Focus Groups promises to be a dynamic event that provides a solid platform for the most influential professionals in the testing industry to discuss and debate their issues, voice their opinions, swap and share advice, and source the latest products and services.
Over 100 senior professionals in the testing and QA departments will gather to learn from each other under the guidance of market leading companies hosting the rooms.


O2 has announced that it is working with AT&T Digital Life and tado° to bring a unique smart home proposition to the UK in summer 2016.


In today’s world, where consumers demand instant delivery gratification, and feedback, new research shows that social media is a preferred communication channel.


Highlighting the importance of the technology in cars going forward, Ford’s SmartDeviceLink technology, an open source version of AppLink, will now be added to Toyota’s vehicles. The software is designed to give drivers command and control of smartphone apps through dashboard buttons, display screens and even voice recognition.


According to a recent freedom of information request aimed at NHS Trusts in England, acceptable cyber security training programmes are lacking across the UK.


Siva Ganesan, Vice President and Global Head at TCS Assurance Services Unit, blogs about the well thought out business and engineering requirements needed for successful software delivery.


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