The QA Practitioners suggested course of action to address a negative finding.
The point in time, prior to a disruption or outage, to which essential data can be recovered after an outage. This defines the maximum level of data loss that is acceptable in the event of an outage or incident.
The period of time following an event within which a service or activity must be resumed or a technology resource recovered.
The process of finding and hiring the best-qualified candidate (from within or outside of an organization) for a job opening in a timely and cost effective manner. The recruitment process includes analyzing the requirements of a job, attracting employees to that job, screening and selecting applicants, hiring, and integrating the new employee to the organization - recruitment measures include tracking time to hire/fill, candidate quality, and applicant satisfaction
A distributed system framework that uses Web protocols and technology. The REST architecture involves client and server interactions build around the transfer of resources. Systems that conform to REST principles are referred to as RESTful.
The capability of remaining or returning to a normal situation after an event by having multiple ways of performing a function. This may include people, processes or technology. Generally speaking, this means there would be no single point of failure that could stop a process.
Separation of an employee who meets the age and service requirements to receive retirement benefits and has filed an application for retirement with the Department of Retirement Systems - includes tracking and/or managing an employee's retirement eligibility status throughout the life cycle of an employee's career