1. See What Matters: Real End User Experience

    See What Matters in Workforce APM: view this 3-minute video on Aternity Workforce APM and how Aternity defines Real End User Experience Monitoring.

  2. Latest Industry News

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  3. Thought Leadership

    1. Five Key Mobile APM Capabilities, Part 1: Ensure Excellent Omni-Channel User Experience

      Mobile plays a key role in the omni-channel strategies of a variety of industries, and monitoring the end user experience of consumers and the workforce is a key recommendation of the Gartner Market Guide for Mobile Application Performance Management. To monitor workforce end user experience, IT needs a view of performance on mobile, virtual, and physical devices. Here’s how Aternity helps.

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    2. Top Ten Takeaways from CIOsynergy™ Boston

      There were a number of critical discussions at last week’s CIOsynergy in Boston, with a repeated focus on Governance, Risk and Compliance and Digital Transformation. Here are Aternity’s top 10 observations from discussions with senior IT leadership who visited our stand, which we shared with partner Zensar Technologies, and the presentations in the main sessions. 

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  4. Cool Trends

    1. Aternity Joins Geode Networks at IP EXPO Europe

      Aternity joins Geode Networks at IP EXPO Europe this week in London. Geode Networks, an engineering and professional services consulting company, will showcase Aternity’s End User Experience Management software in booth #HH12. IP EXPO Europe is the premiere IT event in Europe. The conference’s keynote speech will be delivered by Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia.

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    2. Mobile APM – Five Key Capabilities for Improving Workforce Productivity

      Aternity recently released a jointly branded newsletter that embeds the Gartner Market Guide for Mobile Application Performance Monitoring published in late July, 2015. The Gartner Market Guide analyzes how leading vendors are addressing enterprise’s requirements for mobile APM, and we’re pleased that Aternity Mobile APM is included. Here are 5 ways Aternity Mobile APM helps you ensure mobile workforce productivity.

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    3. Aternity Releases Mobile APM Market Guide Featuring Gartner Research

      Read the latest report, End User Experience Management Enables Mobile Workspace Productivity, featuring Gartner’s research on the mobile Application Performance Monitoring market. The report also provides access to enterprise mobility use cases across several vertical markets.

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    4. Mobile App Performance: The Achilles Heel of a Retailer’s "Apple Store" Strategy

      Innovative retailers are deploying iPads and other tablets in their stores to emulate the “Apple Store” in-store buying experience as part of their omni-channel strategy. Read more on how a successful iPad deployment depends on IT’s ability to ensure excellent mobile app performance for the workforce using those tablets to interact with customers.

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    5. Keeping Up with a CIO’s Changing Roles and Responsibilities

      Ten years ago, CIOs were concerned mostly with IT infrastructure. Today, CIOs face a range of additional challenges, driven primarily by user demand for mobility and cloud. BYOD, mobile apps, and the cloud have shifted power away from IT into the hands of workforce and customer end users. Learn more about how CIOs, and aspiring CIOs, can leverage End User Experience Monitoring to measure the impact of their critical initiatives.

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  5. What's Hot in IT

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  3. End User Experience Today

    1. Conference Re-cap: What Was Being Talked About at CIOsynergy Last Week

      With an in-depth presentation by John McAfee on IT Security and other discussions around Enterprise Mobility, BYOD, and Big Data, here are the highlights from last week’s event held in Los Angeles. Also includes where End User Experience Management not only fits into the discussion, but is really at the center!

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    1. If you can't measure it, you can't improve it.
      By Julie Purves
    2. That's the reason why Amazon is going to have your jobs in 10 years. We are failing as an industry.
      By Marcus Ranum
    3. The financial reasons are great, but security is hurting.
      By Bruce Schneier
    4. In a brownfields site, I had an opportunity to do a complete core infrastructure upgrade, all the way down to site-wide fibre infrastructure upgrades and core and wireless network and also telephony, from a digital system to a SIP core.
      By Barbara MacKenzie
    5. On the building maintenance and control system side, our engineering department started building intelligent building systems 20 years ago based on Siemens products, and as time has gone on they've stuck with that platform — and today all of that sits on my network.
      By Barbara MacKenzie
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    4. Call Centers:

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    5. Green IT Initiatives:

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