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Inspiring Innovation: Keynote to Host the University of Michigan Center for Entrepreneurship Students

By Shawn White | February 23, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Business Updates
Inspiring Innovation: Keynote to Host the University of Michigan Center for Entrepreneurship Students

Keynote is an incredible place. I started my career here, almost 20 years ago and coming out of college, I took on wide ranging roles such as building our first website (a new concept in 1995!), market and competitive research, architecting the world’s first globally distributed monitoring network, stints in sales engineering and customer support, network operations, managing facilities and data centers, which ultimately lead to my current position of overseeing the our global Service Delivery and Operations teams. This is what is so great working in the tech field; your opportunities are limited only by your own creativity, determination, and success—with a bit of luck sprinkled in.

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Keynote Mobile Testing Winter Update: Better Apps for Everyone!

By Aaron Rudger | February 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Mobile Quality
Keynote Mobile Testing Winter Update: Better Apps for Everyone!

As a mobile developer, have you ever felt guilty shipping code you have no clue will play nicely on Android Jelly Bean? Or might be wonky running on an iPad mini with iOS 7.1? Have you wished you could easily test your pre-commercial app on a smartphone or tablet other than your own? Well, now you can for free with Keynote Mobile Testing.

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At the Crossroads: Questions That Can Make IT and the Line of Business Fall in Love in #TheDigitalMoment

By Aaron Rudger | February 11, 2015 | Comments (1)

CATEGORIES: Performance Analytics, Mobile Quality, Web Performance
At the Crossroads: Questions That Can Make IT and the Line of Business Fall in Love in #TheDigitalMoment

Valentine's Day reminds us that love doesn’t always have to be as passive as we think it should be. What if two unlikely people who live in different places were brought together, inspired by the same goals? What if these two people were willing to feel more connected to each other and could do so within a short time?

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Keynote Ignites Boot Camps in 2015

February 5, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Business Updates, Mobile Quality, Web Performance

On March 24-25 in San Francisco, Keynote is hosting the new Boot Camp: Two days of hands-on training, led by Keynote Professional Services, designed to empower IT Professionals with the latest skills and best practices for managing the customer experience – making every digital interaction count.

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A Second Set of Lines Blur Between Mobile Quality and Operations

By Jonathan Rende | February 3, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Executive Viewpoints, Mobile Quality, Web Performance

Much has been written about the blurring of the lines between development and quality of mobile apps. The driver for this trend, of course, is the combination of lighting-fast design driven development and the smashing together of check-in, test and build cycles which is often referred to as continuous integration (CI).

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This Year’s Winner of the Super Bowl – Social and Mobile!

By Aaron Rudger | February 2, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Web Performance

Over the years, Keynote has helped some of the most progressive brands take advantage of the online interaction generated by Super Bowl advertising. As a high profile marketing investment, Super Bowl campaigns have evolved from pure branding, to rich engagement opportunities.

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We’re Coming to You! Join us at Keynote Connect 2015

By Jonathan Rende | January 29, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Mobile Quality, Performance Analytics, Web Performance, Executive Viewpoints, Business Updates
We’re Coming to You! Join us at Keynote Connect 2015

Keynote is hitting the road this year, and we’re coming to a city near you. Beginning March 26, we are hosting an all-day event to share the latest market trends and best practices to manage an evolving landscape of digital transformation and the customer experience.

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The Digital Fragility: How Website Outages are Transforming Competition

By Aaron Rudger | January 29, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Web Performance

Facebook, the world’s largest social network and its Instagram photo-sharing site were blocked around the world for up to an hour on Monday, January 26. We saw that Facebook experienced an outage and was down from around 10:12PM PST to 11:05PM PST with lingering availability issues until 5:45AM PST. Keynote Monitoring saw that Facebook.com experienced TCP connection errors and HTTP 503 “Service Unavailable” errors from around the world. In this age of digital, an outage is more than just frustrating.

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Progressive Insurance Ranks First in the Latest Keynote Insurance Scorecard

By Beth Robertson | January 16, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Performance Analytics

Keynote is pleased to award Progressive top honors as the winner of our most recent Insurance Scorecard released in December 2014. For the third consecutive year, Progressive has outranked contenders among the leading carriers in the nation.

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Is Your Retail Strategy Strong Enough to Survive the Digital Transformation?

By Aaron Rudger | January 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

CATEGORIES: Mobile Quality, Web Performance
Is Your Retail Strategy Strong Enough to Survive the Digital Transformation?

Today, it is necessary to create a solid mobile strategy to drive e-commerce success. Many retailers are already embarking on strategies to continuously keep customers engaged as they journey across main street brick-and-mortar stores to the Web and mobile. With this shift, it presents retailers with the decision on how best to balance the rise of consumer expectations against the risk of exposure to IT failures. As more business processes are interconnected and automated across the digital experience - brick and mortar stores, the Web and mobile – the potential points of failure have vastly increased.

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