This paper offers ways that companies can establish a strategic advantage in managing change. It suggests a structured approach to managing change amid the complexity of smarter product development in which the rapid evolution of software plays a major part.
Embedded systems development demands a method that can conform to the constraints and requirements, and that method is Agile development. Access this in-depth resource to learn more about Agile methodology and embedded systems development, as well as why the two work so well together.
Delivering increasingly complex and smarter products in less time and at a lower cost requires new strategies and development techniques. Consult this insightful resource to learn how a "systems thinking" approach facilitates consideration of the functional dependencies and interconnections necessary to produce high quality, "smarter" products.
Software development is difficult enough when the application runs on a computer. When it runs on a unique device, a whole new set of challenges is introduced. In this e-guide, embedded and Agile expert Howard Deiner offers challenges and solutions when developing and testing embedded software in an Agile environment.
This expert e-guide provides 3 articles on embedded software and Internet of Things (IoT) strategies. Discover critical advice that can help you securely develop and manage embedded software in the cloud age, implement an IoT security strategy, and conquer the application integration challenges posed by IoT.
Development teams often face strict compliance, security and testing requirements when tasked with developing embedded software. This useful e-guide provides tips for developing reliable embedded devices, strategies for ensuring embedded software security and tools and best practices for embedded software testing.
In this expert e-guide, we examine how Windows 10 is growing as a highly productive development environment. Find out how the OS is generating new opportunities for developers and how it's impacting Microsoft's future in cloud, mobile, and more.
Many digitally revolutionary technologies are currently on the edge of the mainstream—including virtual reality, artificial intelligence for financial advice, and the Internet of Things. This week's issue of Computer Weekly discusses the limitations that are holding these technologies back from widespread adoption.