Here’s February’s overview of what we’ve been up to and what to expect in the coming months:
We were not required to undertake any work that involved security improvements.
Progress on EasyPQQ word document integration
We demonstrated the new method of writing and editing documents using our new word plugin at the User Group Meeting. It was extremely popular!
We have now completed the formalities and paid for the distribution license and are making it available as a development version this week. We would appreciate any comments that you may have in using it. Please note this is a pre-release version and although we have extensively tested it, there may still be bugs within the technology.
Development work continues to develop the plug in to mirror all functionality that is contained within the existing text control browser.
The bug reporting enhancement is now in the Production Stage, with an anticipated release date of end of March 2019. Work has been delayed because we have a commitment to provide a user paid change to the system during January and February. This has now been completed and we are focusing on this as it was popular at both user group meetings.
When completed It will:
- Provide the user tools to fully describe bugs/changes;
- Provide a support ticket confirming the severity level that has been allocated to the work, a ticket number and a must be completed by date;
- Update the user on progress as the work progresses and notification when the work is complete;
- Enable us to provide KPI figures to you each quarter on how well we manage your requests and deliver fixes;
- Provide online registers of bugs and change requests
ISO27001 Audit of 23rd January 2019
The audit was completed successfully with no non-compliance items and no suggestions for improvement.
User Group Meetings and 2019 Development Programme
It was a pleasure to see so many of you at the User Group Meetings. The opportunity to explain our developments and listen to your comments is extremely beneficial to both the EasyPQQ and EasyBOP communities.
Many suggestions for change have been recorded. We will be reviewing these shortly and adding appropriate and beneficial items to the development schedule.
Our Development Programme covering programming activities up until the half year.
All penetration Test Reports are indicating the lowest level of threat. These cover all applications and our wider network.
We carried out a simulated failure of one of our SAN storage units and the system reacted by automatically transferring load to the duplicate unit.
We would love to hear your thoughts, feedback and suggestions. Please visit our Contact page to get in touch.