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Analyst Report on Mobile End User Experience

June 26, 2012 No Comments

Aternity Extends End User Experience Management to Mobile

New analyst brief published by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) details how AternitEMAMobileIconBrief Analyst Report on Mobile End User Experiencey’s Mobile Frontline Performance Intelligence (MFPI) Platform supports a broad spectrum of mobile application types and delivery methods including native, mobile Web, and virtual mobile applications such as those running on Citrix and VDI platforms.

Read EMA’s brief and learn:

  • Why mobile capabilities are critical for a unified view of End User Experience (EUE) management
  • How EUE management is vital to the expanding breadth of mobile devices and operating systems
  • How a comprehensive End Point visibility can complement an enterprise’s APM strategy

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