SaaS Apps and Feature Gaps
April 20, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Networking Technology

We’re slowly getting used to cloud and SaaS applications in every area of our lives—including at work. Even huge enterprises are starting to move important business apps to the cloud, like Office 365 and Google Docs. That shift affects IT and end users a lot, as both adjust to using and supporting new, cloud-based tools.
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Choose Your Cloud Services Wisely to Build Trust with Business Leaders
April 17, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Networking Technology

The first step to solving a problem is recognizing that it actually exists. And whether you’ve realized it or not, cloud services are a problem for your IT department. Even if you feel like you have a solid grasp of cloud technology and the nuances of making a cloud purchase, business leaders don’t share the
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Cloud Deployment: Slow and Thoughtful Wins the Race
April 14, 2017 by

Cloud Computing

This recent research on cloud computing from the Register delves a little deeper than many of the “We’re all adopting cloud!” surveys we’ve seen. They found that meaningful cloud adoption and the idea of the cloud-first enterprise are still not reality for many businesses. The Register’s stats also show a more gradual cloud deployment trend
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Tips for Mastering Your SaaS Provider Relationship
April 12, 2017 by

Performance Monitoring

In this modern world of IT, you’ve probably got some new colleagues in your life—namely, the cloud and SaaS providers who now hold your infrastructure in their hands. These business relationships—yes, they’re technology-based, but cloud and SaaS are business models—will become as important to your IT team and your company as the hardware and software
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How to Manage Hybrid and Multicloud Environments (No, They Aren’t the Same)
April 10, 2017 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Even for the most seasoned IT pros, the cloud is complicated. It can be difficult just to wrap your head around the many terms and acronyms that make up the cloud dictionary—not to mention actually mastering the technology. Unfortunately, complicated cloud terms are often combined to the point that their meanings are lost in a
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Cloud Providers Innovate, Build and Cash In
April 7, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

In this brave new world of running businesses with cloud and SaaS technology, who’s buying hardware anymore? Well, cloud providers, that’s who. Financial filings from AWS, Microsoft and Google show they spent a combined $31.54 billion on capital expenditures and capital leases in 2016. Amazon is building a new cloud region in Sweden, and analysts
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Cloud Application Monitoring and You
April 5, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Networking Technology

We launched AppNeta Performance Manager recently, and after all our excitement over letting the world know about it, we’re getting down to business here with some more details. The best part about our product (yes, we’re biased) is that it truly does cloud application monitoring. It’s what you’ll need in the stage after the excitement
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Equal Pay at AppNeta
April 4, 2017 by

Company News

I was glad to hear that Equal Pay Day is gaining some real attention this year. At AppNeta, we’ve held up the value of gender pay equity since our founding. Equal pay is a fight women have been engaged in for a long time, and we’ve worked hard to make sure AppNeta is a place
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Serverless Computing—The Latest “as a Service” Offering
April 3, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

We’d all like to fulfill that “find a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life” cliché. But in reality, every job (even if it’s our dream job) comes with its downsides. For you, the constant fight against shadow IT might get on your last nerves. For your developer coworkers, infrastructure
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Don’t Hog the Bandwidth, and Other Network Tips
March 31, 2017 by

Networking Technology

What’s your bandwidth-consuming vice these days? Maybe March Madness? You’re certainly not alone. Even employees in the very important Pentagon are hooked. The Pentagon’s ISP asked employees to reconsider streaming basketball games in light of the important work their bandwidth is supporting—defending the country and all that. We’re sure they have excellent network monitoring helping
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