Computer Science - System Analysis and Design - Discussion

29. 

A branch office, location or other data processing centres, where a newly developed system is used under normal operating conditions for several months, to test it, is called

[A]. beta test data
[B]. alpha test data
[C]. string test data
[D]. system test data
[E]. None of the above

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

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Sana said: (Sep 8, 2014)  
A branch office, location or other data processing centres, where a newly developed system is used under normal operating conditions for several months, to test it, is called kindly explain it.

Sacheen Pukhrambam said: (Jul 5, 2018)  
A beta test is a type of testing period for a computer product prior to any sort of commercial or official release. Beta testing is considered the last stage of testing, and normally involves distributing the product to beta test sites and individual users ("beta testers") outside the company for real-world exposure.

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