Category: Software Engineering

Penetration Testing: What is It & What Benefits Does It Offer?

Penetration testing, which is often referred to as ‘pen testing’, is essentially a type of ethical hacking. You can think of it as very invasive security testing. Basically,…

How does UK manufacturing compare to the rest of the world?

Economies around the world rely on manufacturing. UK manufacturing alone contributes £6.7 trillion to the global economy — impressive stats for a country that is dwarfed in size…

Scaling a start-up

There are few things that are as chaotic, intense and wonderful as having to start a business; it is only comparable to life on campus. Several successful start-ups…

CRM Implementation In-House

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App Development Engineers Wanted

I can’t remember when exactly, it was a few years ago, university students seemed to have become disenchanted with Engineering and there was suddenly a significant shortage. Okay,…

Big Data Driving the Evolution of Big Brand Product Design

Big Data is leveraging the power of human creativity by unlocking valuable insights gleaned from massive archives of data acquired by devices and databases. In the process, it…

Engine Failure

The Rolls-Royce share price chart since January last year makes alarming viewing. It takes the form of a headlong plunge ending yesterday morning in a cliff. The cause…

Red Bull set to quit after rivals refuse to back down on engines

Red Bull are in danger of being squeezed out of Formula One by their two biggest rivals as the sport steers a perilous course to commercial suicide. The…

There is no snobbery in a balanced recovery: factories boost exports

The march of the makers, heralded by George Osborne in his 2011 budget, looks more like the ambulation of the languid. A quarterly survey by EEF shows only…

China set for weak growth as factory output falls

Chinese factory output slumped to its fifth consecutive monthly decline, as the world’s second-largest economy headed towards its weakest growth rate in a generation.