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If you've been following the tech news, you'll have heard about a new security vulnerability called Heartbleed. This is a bug in a widely used piece of security software, OpenSSL, which can leak data.

Posted by James Pickering

A client we work with recently had an incident, where one of their systems slowed to a crawl, and their CPU usage shot up to 100%.

"But how can this be?" asked the client. "We quadrupled the number of CPUs in that box last time this happened!".

How indeed? What was it doing with all that CPU?

Posted by James Pickering

Now that the LoadRunner community edition has been released, which allows anybody to download LoadRunner and run tests with up to 50 vUsers, we expect that there will be a large increase in the number of LoadRunner users. Our blog article, describing our first impressions of LoadRunner 12 was extremely popular and resulted in a record number of visitors to this blog.

Posted by Charlie Dowd

Over recent months the Internet has been awash with reports of corporate data loss. Test data (especially if it is based on a cut from production) is just as valuable to potential thieves or wrongdoers as production data. In this article we describe how data obfuscation can remove the risk of sensitive data falling into the wrong hands.

Posted by Richard Bishop

Those of you with long memories may remember our article unveiling the Trust IV webcam this time last year.

Since then our windows have got dirtier and the picture quality has degraded. The good news is that spring is in the air and our building's having a spring clean. Our webcam caught the cleaner's in the act. We hope you like the new, improved view from the webcam.

Posted by Richard Bishop

Last month Richard compared the website performance of Manchester City and Manchester United. In a similar fashion to their early season win over their rivals, City romped to victory with their homepage rendering nearly three times faster than United’s.  David Moyes thankfully wasn’t at fault, and Richard suggested that third party content was a major reason for United’s shortfall.

Posted by p8admin

Tuesday 18th March saw the launch event of the eagerly anticipated HP Apps12. Held at the Royal College of General Practitioners in London, both Mahesh and I were in attendance to find out more about the product and discuss the benefits of the Independent HP Software user group, Vivit.

Posted by Gordon Appleby

The roadmap for LoadRunner 12 was presented at HP Discover Barcelona in December last year. Since that time, I've been lucky enough to have a beta copy of LR12 for evaluation purposes. Now that the product has been released, I'm able to share some of the new features that I've found to a wider audience.

Posted by Richard Bishop

As Barclays recently discovered, the loss of customer data is bad news and is a guaranteed way to get you the wrong sort of media attention. Articles describing the data breach have broken out of the IT press and into the mainstream.

Posted by Richard Bishop

60,000 tickets were snapped up in just over an hour today for the hotly anticipated rematch between Carl Froch and George Groves. However, many fans were left empty handed and disappointed after problems with the ticket vendor website. 

Posted by Mahesh Johal

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The team at Trust IV is fascinated by technology and its impact on our daily lives. There are a lot of great minds at work here, working with our clients to improve their application performance and help technology make a difference. The Trust IV blog allows us to share our thoughts on the latest IT trends and give an insight into our service offerings. We hope that you enjoy reading our content.