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Mobile Banking Applications 12 יול 2013 17:32 #722

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Key Considerations for Testing Voice Recognition in Mobile Banking Applications

www.banktech.com/channels/key-considerat...-voice-rec/240157757
עריכה אחרונה: 12 יול 2013 17:34 ע"י Daniel.
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Mobile Banking Voice Recognition - נושא מעניין 13 יול 2013 11:41 #724

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Mobile Banking Voice Recognition - הנו בהחלט נושא מעניין, ועוד יותר -
מהן ההשלכות עלינו כבודקים אשר צריכים לבדוק גם בעזרת ממשק זה?
מהם הסיכונים שיכולים לנבוע מיכולות אלו?
אילו כלים עומדים לרשותנו לשם בדיקה כי הממשק אכן יענה לצרכי משתמשים בתנאי סביבה שונים (רעש רקע וכד')?, עם מבטא שונה?, כאשר מצוננים :) ועוד.
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Mobile Banking Applications 22 יול 2013 06:19 #740

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מעניין, נשמע כמו אתגר מעניין לבודקים ולהאקרים...
מעניין שאין כמעט התייחסות בכתבה לבדיקות security, מה שלדעתי הוא אחד הדברים החשובים ביותר לאפליקציה כזו
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