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Top Tips to Deliver Quality Web Experiences From IE 9 to the iPhone
 

Top Tips to Deliver Quality Web Experiences From IE 9 to the iPhone

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No matter what your customers use to access your website – from Internet Explorer 9 on a PC to Safari on an iPhone – they expect your site to be fast and work flawlessly....

No matter what your customers use to access your website – from Internet Explorer 9 on a PC to Safari on an iPhone – they expect your site to be fast and work flawlessly.

Join our featured speakers, Harley Manning, VP and Research Director from independent research firm Forrester Research, Inc., and Compuware CTO APM Solutions Imad Mouline to learn:

- What growing browser and device proliferation means for IT and Website owners and developers

- The latest browser trends including the evolution of mobile and HTML 5

-Best practices for companies attempting to maintain cross-browser interoperability
How to meet customers’ web experience expectations regardless of browser or device

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