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Tracking Enablers: Did You Know About Widget Tracking?

Friday, May 25th, 2012

Just this past week Twitter announced its recent changes to service and that they would honor the upcoming Do Not Track (DNT) standard.   Around the same time, a colleague of mine also noted that after visiting his Facebook profile, he notice the company was capturing non-Facebook site visit data whether or not he clicked [...]

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The Real Mobile Performance Problem

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

This morning I ran a speed test using my iPhone tethered to my MacBook Air (via Bluetooth). I was not so much interested in the actual download speed (which I found to be pretty impressive using a 2 1/2 year old iPhone), but more in the latency numbers. Here are the results – the top [...]

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APM – Identity Crisis or Something Else?

Sunday, October 2nd, 2011

Recently, I’ve been reading a lot about Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring, as each company mentioned is leveraging the coverage for it’s own promotional purposes. Copyright 2011 Gartner Research Having spoken with several of the companies on this list, and being the curious gal that I am, I thought I’d take a closer [...]

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End User Experience Monitoring Myths

Friday, September 9th, 2011

Wow!  Couldn’t stop shaking my head in agreement while reading through Donna Parent’s recent blog about The Top 10 Myths About End User Experience Monitoring from Tuesday’s SandHill.com opinion section.  Right on the money.  And I’ll argue that when you extend her analysis beyond apps to the Web and beyond the desktop to mobile, getting [...]

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