Archive for the 'What: Device Information' Category

Digital Privacy Twister

Friday, February 17th, 2012

  Yes, Twister.  The fun, bright colored game where you get twisted up with all your friends and would-be teenage loves.  Actually, the rules of Twister are more clear than the twisted Privacy policies that dot the Web these days – which in my opinion, are less about privacy and more about making money.  The [...]

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Trends in Enterprise Mobility & The Cloud

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Here is a quick slide show from Channel Insider which highlights how technologies are changing the way we work.  Mobile and cloud technologies lead the charge in things to come – whether designed to reduce costs, attract new employees or solve specific business problems. Key stats from the presentation: 90% of surveyed enterprises will invest [...]

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So you want increased Web Performance & Privacy – Then “Know Before You Go”

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

  … To Send a Response   What does that mean? Well in layman’s terms the Web is nothing more than 2 cans and a piece of string. One can (the device) sends a message (request) to the other can (the server). It then responds to the request. And that’s how the Internet works. So [...]

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Privacy: Do You Know Where your USB Ports Have Been Lately?

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

You can’t control everything, and let’s face it, data privacy policy management is not the most glamorous part of your day.  In fact, if you are not in a regulated industry, there is a pretty good chance you are not even monitoring where your data goes after an employee accesses it, let alone accesses it [...]

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The Complete Solution to making the Web go Faster.

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Yesterday I wrote a blog about why web optimization is NOT the complete solution to making the Web go faster. I promised that in my next post I would talk about the complete solution to making the Web go faster. So here goes. Let’s start with a couple of assumptions (I know, always dangerous but [...]

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Mobile Performance Testing–Old vs. New (Any Questions?)

Monday, July 18th, 2011

Old… connect to a device somewhere in “San Francisco” (insert testing place) on a “Carrier”   New… use your own device and test anywhere in the world in real time, on any network carrier. Cruising down the river Thames   Walking the dog   Network Performance data     Device Data

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Why the Browser Matters

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

I borrowed the title from “Ben’s Blog”, however the content is going to be a little different. Why does the browser matter? It’s simple to use. Ask anyone if they know A) What a browser is & B) how to use it and the answer will be “Yes” It’s cross platform, meaning that no matter [...]

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Google’s Page Speed vs. 3PMobile

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

For today’s test I thought I’d use Google’s new Page Speed service (which supports Mobile) and compare the results to our own 3PMobile Performance Measurement service. To make the test “even” I had Page Speed run a test on http://m.cnn.com (CNN’s mobile site) I then ran the same test on our service using my AT&T [...]

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Mobile Performance–the tale of the tape

Saturday, May 7th, 2011

Running some tests this afternoon and thought that these results were interesting. In case you’re in a hurry – Blaze.io’s results are nearly a second faster than a desktop browser on a 22mbps cable connection! Methodology: Test link – Steve Souders Cuzillion Test browsers – latest version of Safari and Firefox Performance apps – Web [...]

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