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Coming Soon to Spira - Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

July 28, 2021

Security is always a critically important topic, and if you have been following the news recently it seems there is a different cyber attack every week. Having a well developed cyber security program is a must, and as part of that, it is important that multiple layers of defense are employed to prevent a potential cyber attack or data-breach. Therefore we are pleased to announce that we have just upgraded the Inflectra website to support Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) also known as 2-Factor Authentication (2FA) and that similar functionality will be coming very soon to SpiraTest, SpiraTeam, and SpiraPlan.

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Webinar Recap: Security Testing in Dynamics AX 2012 with Rapise

November 30, 2018

On November 29, 2018 we hosted a webinar on automating the testing of yet another aspect of Dynamics AX - its security permissions. 

If you were unable to attend, here is the webinar recording. 

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Beyond Safe Harbor - Privacy in the Cloud

October 20, 2015

For those not consumed by national politics (how long can the US election last!), a significant ruling was made this month by the European Court of Justice, with regards to data privacy in the cloud and in particular the EU-Swiss-US Safe Harbor Agreement.

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Considerations When Moving to the Cloud

July 29, 2014

Sometimes I am at the cutting edge of technology, (I had a Creative Labs digital music player when they were still the size of CD players and my HDTV is 15 years old) but sometimes the newest gadget or latest trend scares me a little (I’m not about to stop using FedEx in favor of my own personal delivery drone.) This year, while I find myself fashionably watching shows on Crackle, I am not ready to switch out my personal hard drive for the cloud. When I say ‘the’ cloud what I really mean is ‘a’ cloud. While there may only be one Internet, (despite what a certain previous POTUS might think) there are multiple clouds, at least for now. Amazon has a cloud, Google has a cloud, Microsoft has a cloud; in fact, anybody who is anybody in the Internet business is seeing the future as decidedly ‘cloudy’. Read More