We have been using computers since long, then what has changed now that everyone is singing ‘Digital’? Am I missing something? This particular topic has been on my mind for long. Since the propaganda of “Digital India”. In this post, I try to discover the term and provide some clarity to its meaning. Nah! I am not claiming these are definitive definitions. They are just my interpretation. Today is the day when I am ‘On’ I guess 🙂 to pen down my thoughts about ‘Being Digital’.
The mobile application ecosystem is very dynamic. OEMs are launching new devices and new customization, and new OS versions are delivered every now and then. This is the constant challenge that most enterprises face. As the new versions of devices and operating systems create capabilities to expand your application, it’s imperative to test your app quickly over an ever expanding variety of devices so your newer versions are as spotless as ever. To achieve this, innovative techniques like Cloud based Testing for Mobile applications are required to be implemented to ensure optimal performance and user experience regardless of the type of his handset, operating system, geographical location and network service provider. Cloud based Testing for Mobile applications offers Web-based access to a large pool of real handsets and devices connected to live networks spread globally, providing enterprises with end-to-end control for manual and automated testing practices.
I am sure many of you have heard the term ‘Enterprise Mobility’. Enterprise mobility is a hot topic; every time we turn around another company is in the news. “Going mobile” seems to be the mantra of modern day enterprises. According to Global Industry Analysts, the global market for enterprise mobility is expected to reach $218 billion by 2018. But it’s not just about the ‘Smartphones’ – ‘Enterprise Mobility’ encompass a range of wireless networks, handheld devices, social media and cloud-based solutions.