Mobile Application Testing and Delivery-- Mobile Month Kick Off

I understand that almost all of you are faced with the challenges that mobile applications create, and will need to develop, test, deploy and maintain mobile applications.   Some of you are already there, others are planning for later this year or next year… but I’m pretty sure ALL of you will have to deal with mobile applications at some point in the future.   If you’re not sure if you need to think about mobile for your company, then perhaps this simple Venn diagram will help:

 

Who needs mobile venn diagram.png

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I suspect that close to 100% of you will need to have some sort of mobile solution for the people your company interacts with.  (customers, employees, partners, etc)   Since you’re going to need to address mobile solutions, we’ve planned Mobile Month to help answer some of your questions.  

 

Most of the details in mobile month will be posted on the Future of Testing blog... Here's the link to the deails about Mobile Month:

 

Mobile Month Details

 

I sure hope you are ready for a lot of answers to your mobile questions.   We’ve going to have a lot of fun and kick off the New Year, the year of mobile solutions, right.  Feel free to add comments or questions here.

 

If you’re interested in HP LoadRunner or Performance Center you can follow us here on the HP Performance Validation Blog  or even follow us @hploadrunner on Twitter.

 

And if you’re looking for functional testing information, check out The Future of Testing Blog

 

Of course, go to www.hp.com/go/mobiletesting for all things related to mobile testing!

Comments
Outsourcing Governance Audits(anon) | ‎03-20-2012 12:35 AM

Thanks so much for this post. There is very good and helpful information in this post. Keep up the good work.

Also go to the link below to test new mobile application for iPhone and iPad, named ‘GlobalSourcer’.

<a href= http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/globalsourcer/id488714097?mt=8 title=" Outsourcing Governance Audits "> Outsourcing Governance Audits </a>

Mobile apps were originally intended for productivity, email, calendar and contact databases, but public demand caused rapid expansion into other areas such as mobile games, factory automation, GPS and location based services, banking, order-tracking, and ticket purchases. This in turn created a large subculture of different online magazines to review these new mobile applications. Thanks.

Regards,

 

Mobile Application Testing (anon) | ‎07-28-2012 04:28 AM

KocharTech's Mobile Application/Content Testing module offers Manual Testing services for application and content on the innumerable Smartphones and other hybrid Devices in live scenarios on various Networks.

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