Top 5 BYOD End Point Testing Strategy Considerations

Bring Your Own Device BYOD has become a key cost management strategy for corporations looking to reduce operational cost. Testing organizations need to understand how to test the implementation of BYOD in their organizations. Join us as we explore the strategies for testing BYOD, including the top 5 testing considerations for BYOD testing.

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Mobile Testing Challenges – Jailbreaking & Rooting

On July 22, 2010 – The U.S. Copyright Office, a division of the Library of Congress, authorized several new exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), one of which allowed mobile phone users to “jailbreak” their devices to use apps not authorized by the phone’s manufacturer. This enabled end users to add applications and gain access to the operating system of the mobile device. For Android devices the term is called “rooting”. This capability to access the operating system at an administrative level has been leveraged by many mobile testing companies to create automated testing solutions for these mobile devices. This is not without risk. This blog explores some of the issues with leveraging jailbroken or rooted devices for mobile testing.

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Mobile Application Testing: Should The Device Matter?

At the STAR EAST conference this year, mobile solutions saturated the vendor exhibition area. It’s no wonder that mobile application testing is the hot in the testing community right now. Testers are now faced with the task of testing mobile versions of their applications and figuring out how to adapt to the new paradigm (and challenges) mobile applications bring.

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