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Monday, April 18, 2011

Mobile Monitoring Strategies

The mobile environment does not consist of a single delivery system to a standardized device interface. Therefore, different strategies need to be deployed to monitor different types of content. Both emulated devices and real devices are employed for mobile monitoring, and a review of both content delivery and monitoring objectives will help determine when each should be used.

Real device monitoring is the only choice. For example, the growing popularity of smartphones has led to a growing market for native applications residing on a device.

However, many classes of applications and services that can be monitored using device emulation.Emulated device monitoring is well suited for websites and services that are accessible by a broad range of mobile devices. These devices range from simple-feature phones to sophisticated smartphones. Many Websites and services require only a browser to render the page and do not depend on the operating system of the device (for example,SMS)

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