A Guide to Private Cloud Security

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With private cloud, IT can achieve virtually all the key benefits of the public cloud—such as resource pooling, self-service provisioning and elastic scalability—while asserting greater control over security, protection and compliance. Download this e-book to learn more.

DO-178C Best Practices for Engineers & Managers

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Practice of any kind usually involves a modicum of coaching, self-help and repetition. In avionics development, however, there is little time or space for practice, because everything counts. And the results have little margin for error when schedules, budgets and particularly safety are all on the line. How then can “practice” be reconciled with “avionics

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Testing the Requirements

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It’s hard to visualize how a system will function just by reading the requirements specification. Designing tests based on requirements will help make the expected system behaviors more tangible to all the project participants. And the simple act of designing tests often reveals many problems with the requirements long before you execute the tests on

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Verify, Validate, Trace & Test

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Designing a reliable test strategy requires broad, strategic thinking. The goal of test-based verification is to ensure you release a best-quality system that meets customer expectations. But without proper planning and management, testing can be one of the most complicated and expensive phases of the development life cycle. Maintaining test traceability to specific objectives is

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Requirements Traceability and Embedded Systems: A Key to Success

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Embedded systems pose particular design and development challenges. An overlooked software or system requirement could lead to painful hardware redesign late in the process. Beyond functionality, your team must specify, design and build the product to protect against serious safety, security, reliability and performance risks. Yet the imperative to deliver the right product quickly still

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Top 15 ISO 26262 Snafus: How to Prevent & Mitigate the Mistakes Teams Make

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What do golf and automotive software have in common? To the novice, seemingly nothing. However, the commonalities are more profound than expected. Consider common traits of golf and ISO 26262 as experienced by this author: • Both seem easy to start up, but complexities befuddle beginners • Both seem cheap to engage in initially, but

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ISO 26262 & Automotive Electronics Development

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Compliance standards, especially those that involve relatively new functional safety elements, will likely add additional requirements to the development process. But ISO 26262, in particular, will add more than new requirements to the product life cycle for automotive hardware-software systems. This Functional Safety standard will act as a framework impacting integrated requirements traceability, risk management,

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Resolving the Challenges of Connectivity, Competition & Compliance for Modern Medical Device Makers

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For medical device manufacturers, new realities present favorable circumstances and worrisome challenges. For example, medical devices are now more integrated into inpatient, outpatient and home care. And technological advances continue to evolve medical device design and manufacturing. But as modern health reform increases patient connectivity, it also increases media scrutiny, leaving manufacturers with precious little

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Application of Risk Analysis Techniques in Jama to Satisfy ISO 14971

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Medical technology companies especially those developing medical devices are faced with a wide range of techniques for managing risk.  The hardest part is often deciding which specific techniques and data points need to be captured to demonstrate that all angles of risk analysis for the product have been accounted for. Today, many medtech companies are

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Constructed Campus

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Higher education teams have many challenges when delivering, maintaining and restoring their campuses. This ebook will help education leaders choose the right tools to: • Scale university-provided services in parallel with university growth Provide visibility into facility and campus data • Meet tight construction deadlines • Minimize disruption to campus during construction • Ensure the

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Own Your Data: What Data Portability Means for the Construction Industry

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To many in the construction world, project data is a new topic for discussion. There are three important topics when thinking about data in the construction industry: data ownership, data structure and data portability. Download this ebook to learn about the benefits of implementing productivity tools to eliminate information gaps that occur as data is

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