Our Blogs: Year End Review 2016


RCG bloggers share thoughts, tips and tricks for successful strategies, architecture and delivery related to this year’s trending topics

Role of Insurance Technology (InsurTech) in the transformation of the Insurance Industry


The last few years has seen many startups exploring the link between technology and insurance to provide a better customer experience, while not diluting the need to improve profits and reduce risk.

Validated Testing for PDMA, FDA Compliance: What’s It All About?


One indispensable (and government mandated) means of assuring PDMA compliance is through validated testing; and a risk-based approach is recommended to determine whether a system should be subject to validated testing.

Managing Information Security During Project Management, for ISO27001 and PCI DSS Compliance


Keeping your organization’s information secure is obviously of critical importance, and project managers play a key role in that responsibility. Management’s commitment to information security helps to set the tone for the entire team.

Effects of Unplanned Work


Unplanned work comes in 2 different flavors: defects found during testing and requirements that get changed in the middle of the project. Both of these can be dealt with if you have a well run agile development team.

Things to Consider When Selecting An Enterprise-Wide Content Management (ECM) Solution


Making a wise choice when selecting an ECM solution can pave the way to a smooth transition toward realizing all the benefits that an ECM can deliver

QA Survival Guide: 3 Philosophies to Future-Proof your Software Testing Practice


There are 3 guiding QA Philosophies and underlying enablers that will help Software Testing organizations be adaptable, influential and innovative in the face of constant change.

How Big Data and the Check Engine Light Will Transform Healthcare


Technology has the power to improve the efficiency with which health care is delivered. It can enhance productivity by slashing sick days and enabling a healthier, more energetic workforce.

Making Data Lakes Usable: Why we need a semantic layer – and why it should be open source


Users shouldn’t make a choice of which version of duplicated data values to use, they should simply get the data they need to do the task at hand