Live technical support from PreEmptive’s (world class) product support team plus an application protection white paper
The fine print… Visual Studio 2015 users who register Dotfuscator CE (it's inside Visual Studio 2015 already) will receive immediate access to the recent white paper, Application Protection. Why bother? AND receive a credit to open one (1) support ticket with PreEmptive's product support team any time in (you guessed it) 2015.
For the first time since its launch in 2003, Dotfuscator Community Edition (CE), the no cost obfuscator included with Visual Studio, can send anonymous usage data for analysis (only after opt-in of course). …and after one week and 500 users, the resulting application analytics is already proving its worth.
Every organization must ultimately make their own assessment as to the level of risk they are willing to tolerate – and mobile application risk is no exception to this rule.
Preventing IP theft, data loss, privacy violations, software piracy, and a growing list of other risks uniquely tied to the rise of enterprise mobile computing.
Application analytics are playing an increasingly important role in DevOps and Application Lifecycle Management more broadly – but ISV-specific use cases for application analytics have not gotten as much attention. ISV use cases – and by extension, the analytics patterns employed to support them – are unique. Three patterns described here are Beta, Trial, and Production builds. Clients and/or prospects using these “product versions” come with different expectations and hold different kinds of value to the ISV – and, as such – each instance of what is essentially the same application should be instrumented differently.
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