Tasktop Extends Reach of HP ALM to Linux Desktops

September 2011
UNIX Update;Sep2011, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the move of Tasktop Technologies to extend the use of HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and HP Quality Center to developers working on Mac and Linux operating systems. According to Tasktop chief executive officer (CEO) Mik Kersten, the move provides developers the ability to access and update application defects and requirements in HP ALM and HP Quality Center. The connection offers improved productivity and traceability between HP ALM and management tools.


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