May 04 2017 Posted in Product News
Datalimit offers expanded technological coverage!
The new version of Datalimit is able to stress environments and applications of all kinds (legacy, Citrix, thick client, and more). To address all of your app performance testing needs, ip-label proposes two types of service thanks to a new and shiny offer. A stress test to de-stress your apps Performance problems can strike at any time in the lifecycle of an application ...
April 20 2017 Posted in Product News
Major new features of the Newtest 8.0 Robot
This article describes in detail two major new features of the Newtest 8.0 robot. These are the new video diagnostic format NVF, and the new function ClickOnObject. Facilitate the analysis of errors The new video format, NVF, is a proprietary video format which makes differential captures of the Windows desktop in .bmp format by the robot ...
April 19 2017 Posted in Product News
Datametrie GX, new features 2017
Discover our latest news about our solution Datametrie GX! All the latest updates and new functions summarized nicely here. Read on. What's new with Datametrie GX in 2017? The first release of the Datametrie extranet of the year 2017 went live as of 2 February, ...
April 10 2017 Posted in APM
Using APM to address shadow IT
Why bring application performance management to shadow IT? How is this possible with so many “off the grid” apps being used in silos across the enterprise? Shadow IT is a force to be reckoned with. The temptation is great to ban unilaterally approved (or even unapproved) apps and devices. These things are nevertheless a fact of life in corporate settings. Over the ...
March 25 2017 Posted in Expertise
Net Neutrality – what’s it all about?
Just over two years ago, on Thursday, 3 April 2014, the European Parliament passed a resolution defining the principle of net neutrality and calling for its application. Net Neutrality Soon thereafter, in May 2014, P. Maillé and B. Tuffin expressed their reservations about the ambiguity of the text and its definition in their article,