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Businesses continue struggling to define a clear back-to-office strategy as both a prolonged pandemic and a major shift in attitudes toward office work have forced employers big and small to accommodate hybrid, work-from-anywhere schedules. On the big end of the equation is Amazon, who this week shifted their office return plans yet again by abandoning the January 2022 deadline for...

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Tags: enterprise cloud, enterprise network, enterprise IT, enterprise, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, network management, flexible work, future of work, google, facebook, twitter, hybrid office, remote work, hybrid work, work from anywhere, work from home, amazon

This episode marks the third and final installment of a conversation with AppNeta’s Chief Customer Officer Adam Edwards and Director of Global Alliances John Tewfik around optimizing network management for Hybrid Work. In this chat, Adam and John have marching orders for IT and a specific IT checklist that outlines how teams can both expand their effectiveness and visibility while...

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In this next installment of our conversation with AppNeta’s Chief Customer Officer Adam Edwards and our Director of Global Alliances John Tewfik—featuring excerpts from their recent webcast on Hybrid Work Optimization—we’re going to discuss the hot-button topic of security, privacy and trust in a hybrid work world. Adam kicks us off by discussing some of the most popular networking strategies...

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Tags: Stories From The Wire, podcast, network performance monitoring, enterprise network, enterprise IT, Microsoft Teams, remote monitoring, remote work, network performance, network monitoring, network management, work from anywhere, cloud computing, hybrid work, work from home, wfh, privacy, zero trust, trust, cybersecurity, security

Multicloud – the practice of formally relying on more than one cloud provider – got a big boost recently when the Pentagon chose to cancel a proposed cloud contract with a single vendor in favor of hiring multiple vendors. While some analysts have warned about the potential complexity of multicloud (and some enterprises have had to set aside a preference...

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Tags: IT, footprint, infrastructure, architecture, enterprise network, work from home, work from anywhere, remote office, remote work, hybrid work, hybrid office, hybrid cloud, multicloud, cloud computing, cloud

The short-term future of work continues to remain foggy, as major tech companies waver on their office return plans in the face of resistance from workers and an inconsistent pandemic recovery. Fortunately for those working in tech, a new survey from Protocol Workplace found that overall, employers and employees are aligned in their workplace attitudes and approach to navigating office...

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Tags: end user experience, network performance, network monitoring, network management, enterprise network, enterprise IT, IT jobs, tech jobs, tech workers, technology, tech, home office, hybrid office, wfh, wfa, hybrid work, work from anywhere, work from home, remote work

Many businesses were forced to reinvent themselves in response to the pandemic. WeWork, on the other hand, is a business that’s poised to succeed post-pandemic despite it’s attempts at reinvention. In April and May 2021, the company recorded its highest net desk sales (ie. new licenses versus cancellations) since September 2019, when WeWork was originally poised to launch a blockbuster...

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Tags: network visibility, network performance monitoring, network management, remote network, remote workforce, remote monitoring, enterprise network, enterprise IT, future of work, coworking, flex schedule, flex office, work from home, work from anywhere, remote work, hybrid work, hybrid office, shared office, wework

SD-WAN has had a mixed reception over the years. A variety of factors have put this technology on a rockier market trajectory than some had expected. Now, with the rush to support Work- from Anywhere (WFA), it’s worthwhile to look at the strengths and weaknesses of SD-WAN and the role of end-to-end monitoring in making SD-WAN deployments better. SD-WAN Rising...

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Tags: hybrid cloud, hybrid office, hybrid work, remote work, work from anywhere, work from home, enterprise cloud, enterprise IT, enterprise network, wide area network, software defined networking, WAN, SD WAN

IT organizations that focus on delivering exceptional customer experience (CX) enjoy greater success in nearly all key metrics than those that don’t, a recent Rackspace report finds. Not only is brand awareness 1.6x higher for these companies, but employee satisfaction jumps by 1.5x and customer retention doubles. The trouble is, becoming a CX-focused IT organization doesn’t happen overnight (or even...

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Tags: customer retention, IT priorities, call center, contact center, UX, user experience, CX, customer support, customer experience, enterprise network, cloud, enterprise IT, network performance monitoring, network management, network monitoring

When workers say they want flexibility, they mean it, as 39 percent of adults polled by Bloomberg say they would quit if their employer took away remote work privileges. Among millennials and Gen Z (aka the youngest cohorts of the current adult workforce), 49 percent would leave their job if their employer backtracked on worker flexibility, as many remote teams...

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Few platforms saw their profile rise as high as Microsoft Teams over the past 18 months, as the solution became the enterprise go-to for keeping newly-homebound workforces connected during the pandemic. As of Microsoft’s most recent earnings call, Teams now claims 145 million daily active users, nearly double the users counted almost a year ago, and the 32 million daily...

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network management, network monitoring, enterprise network, cloud computing, Azure, enterprise cloud, cloud, enterprise IT, IT, network operations, netops, devops, developers, 365, Build 2021, Build, Office 365, Outlook, teams, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft

While Airbnb was initially built around facilitating time away from work, the pandemic has turned our sense of vacation on its head, with many folks taking advantage of their newfound work-from-anywhere schedules to do just that. Almost a quarter of all bookings from January through March of 2021 on Airbnb were for 28-plus day stays, according to a recent report...

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Only 28 percent of enterprises are fully realizing the benefits of their cloud investments due to a lack of coordination between traditional network operations teams and separate units steering cloud migration. This is according to the recent findings from EMA and Bluecat’s “A House Divided” report, which found that 72 percent of enterprises see room for improvement in their cloud...

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Tags: cloud adoption, cloud migration, network transformation, digital transformation, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, enterprise cloud, enterprise network, enterprise IT, IT, network operations, network management, scalability, SaaS, software, on prem, on premises, hybrid office, hybrid cloud, cloud monitoring, cloud management, cloud computing

As AppNeta embarks on its second decade innovating network performance monitoring, our trophy shelf continues to grow with our business, as we’re the proud winners of two 2021 Stevies from the American Business Awards—Silver for Achievement in Product Innovation and Bronze for Most Innovative Tech Company of the Year (up to 2,500 employees). This is our second year in a...

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The United States population grew by 7.4 percent during the 2010s to 331,449,281, according to the latest Census Bureau figures, as historically dense population centers lost growth momentum and rural areas experienced big gains. Broken down into what these latest figures mean for congressional representation, California, Illinois, New York, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia all lost a seat in...

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More than three quarters of business leaders surveyed by Deloitte credited their organizations’ digital capabilities for helping them survive (if not thrive) during the pandemic, a new report finds. To that end, more than two thirds of respondents see businesses that fail to digitize and transform across departments within the next five years as “doomed,” according to Deloitte’s annual Digital...

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Tags: observability, visibility, post pandemic, pandemic, IT, cloud migration, cloud transformation, cloud computing, cloud, edge, enterprise network, enterprise cloud, enterprise IT, enterprise transformation, digital transformation, gartner, deloitte, work from home, work from anywhere, network management, network performance monitoring

With the majority of Americans hoping to work from home in some capacity after the pandemic, the Biden Administration is dedicating $100 billion toward expanding broadband access in an attempt to give every citizen access to performant Internet. A recent report from the Federal Communications Commission estimated that as of December 2019 (ie. just before pandemic restrictions took hold), roughly...

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Tags: network management, network performance monitoring, enterprise IT, enterprise, decentralization, network decentralization, enterprise network, work from anywhere, future of work, work from home, remote work, bill, infrastructure, Biden Administration, Biden, providers, ISP, internet, broadband

According to the 2020 IT Skills and Salary Report from Global Knowledge, 67 percent of IT decision makers polled believe an IT skills gap cost them between three and nine hours of productivity per IT employee each week. Over the course of 2020, that could add up to 520 productivity hours lost per each IT team member, or roughly $29,000...

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With knowledge workers across the globe closing in on a year of work from home (WFH), Comcast, which has the largest user footprint among U.S.-based ISPs, has announced that Internet traffic soared across their network during of the pandemic. Peak downstream traffic increased approximately 38 percent over previous-year levels in March 2020 alone, while peak upstream traffic increased approximately 56...

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Tags: internet, network manamgenet, enterprise network, distance learning, remote learning, remote workforce, last mile network, last mile internet, internet capacity, remote work, residential internet, internet service provider, ISP, internet, comcast, work from home, work from anywhere, network performance monitoring

It’s no exaggeration that enterprises are facing a major inflection point, where their entire operational structure is being tested or transformed. Users abruptly went remote en masse last spring, and it remains to be seen how many of the Work From Anywhere skills and habits honed during the pandemic will stick around for the long haul. All of these converging...

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Tags: work from home, work from anywhere, wfa, wfh, observability, visibility, application performance insights, network performance insights, network management, network performance monitoring, global enterprises, enterprise alliance, enterprise partners, enterprise network, enterprise IT, enterprise transformation, digital transformation, cloud transformation, cloud, Global Alliances

According to Salesforce, “the 9-to-5 workday is dead,” as the company’s chief people officer Brent Hyder announced that Salesforce will offer employees three styles of work once Covid-19 restrictions are lifted; flex, fully remote, and office-based. Flex, which Salesforce expects the majority of employees to embrace, requires workers only to come to the office one to three days a week...

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Tags: application performance, SaaS, enterprise network, enterprise IT, network management, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, wfa, wfh, decentralized network, distributed network, enterprise cloud, salesforce cloud, work from anywhere, work from home, remote work, Facebook, Microsoft, salesforce

While Microsoft has succeeded in dominating the burgeoning enterprise cloud software market over the past year, AWS continued to reign supreme when it comes to total cloud investments during Q4 2020, with revenues growing 28 percent year-over-year to $12.74 billion. Despite this growth, AWS’s total share of the cloud market slipped slightly from Q4 2019 from 32.4 percent to 31...

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Tags: collaboration, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft, ucaas, SaaS, network architecture, enterprise network, enterprise cloud, cloud migration, cloud computing, Google Cloud, Azure Cloud, AWS cloud, Azure, AWS, network transformation, cloud transformation, cloud adoption

When Salesforce recently scooped up Slack in a partnership deemed “the most strategic combination in the history of software” (according to Slack’s own CEO), other enterprise cloud providers wasted no time in securing their own blockbuster partnerships to merge cloud-based collaboration tools with larger enterprise software suites. The latest comes from SAP, who has expanded their existing partnership with Microsoft...

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Tags: scalability, scalable, agility, wfa, wfh, work from anywhere, work from home, enterprise network, enterprise IT, enterprise cloud, enterprise transformation, network transformation, cloud transformation, cloud, ucaas, salesforce, Slack, enterprise IT, teams Monitoring, Azure Cloud, Azure, Microsoft Cloud, SAP Cloud, SAP, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft

You can’t be blamed for feeling a bit of whiplash when reading predictions on the future of work over the past few months. While enterprise decentralization has been growing for the better part of the past decade, the pandemic-induced rush to remote work proved to many once-skeptical business leaders that the office isn’t necessarily essential to employee productivity. Still, there...

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Tags: end user, end user experience, network performance monitoring, network management, cloud computing, cloud, network performance, enterprise network, distributed enterprise, distribution, decentralization, wfa, hybrid office, wfh, work from home, work from anywhere, remote work

As recent events have made extremely clear, enterprise IT teams need better insight into network activity to understand the impact of bad actors. But a recent poll of business leaders found that roughly a quarter of all companies have low (if any) internal or external network visibility. The research from Positive Technologies found that 24 percent of companies rated their...

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Tags: IIoT, IoT, industry 4.0, network operations, IT, visibility, observability, external network, internal network, network visibility, enterprise IT, enterprise network IT, enterprise network, network performance monitoring, network management, network monitoring

Microsoft Teams has seen it’s popularity explode over the past year, establishing it’s position atop the highly competitive market for enterprise communication software in a time when remote collaboration has become essential. With integration and storage capabilities that, until recently, were unrivaled, it only makes sense that Teams would continue to see it’s adoption rise over the course of 2020....

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Tags: network performance monitoring and diagnostics, network management, end user experience, end user experience monitoring, network performance monitoring, enterprise network monitoring, enterprise network, enterprise IT, software as a service, SaaS, cloud computing, cloud, Microsoft, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Teams Monitoring, Microsoft Teams Management, ucaas, voice, video, collaboration, Office 365

The Business Intelligence Group (BIG) has recognized AppNeta as one of the 38 winners of the 2020 Stratus Awards for Cloud Computing, cementing our status as a leader in the cloud and a trusted partner for businesses during challenging times. This latest recognition is a true testament to our solution’s ability to scale and respond to the changing conditions of...

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According to Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield, “the most strategic combination in the history of software” took place this week as Salesforce officially acquired Slack in an all-stock deal valued at $27.7 billion. The acquisition sets up a titanic battle between Salesforce and Microsoft, as Slack is considered the primary competitor to Microsoft’s Teams collaboration platform, which has exploded in popularity...

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Tags: network management, network performance monitoring, enterprise network, enterprise IT, enterprise collaboration, collaboration software, ucaas, SaaS, enterprise software, collaboration tools, voice, video & collaboration, voice & video, voice, cloud computing, cloud, merger, customer 360, Office 365, Microsoft Teams, teams, Microsoft, salesforce, Slack

With Americans instructed to scale back their holiday gatherings this year, they seem to be going in the opposite direction when it comes to holiday shopping, smashing 2019’s Black Friday record by spending an estimated $9 billion on U.S. retail sites last week. This marks a 22 percent jump over the $7.4 billion record set last year, according to Adobe...

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Tags: retail fulfillment, retail network, retail network performance, network performance, enterprise IT, enterprise network, online retail, retail, online store, ecommerce, online shopping, holiday shopping, thanksgiving, cyber monday, black friday, network performance monitoring

Of all the rapid transformations taking place across industries this past year, retail’s almost total migration to the digital realm in 2020 was probably the easiest to anticipate. What continues to surprise, however, is how creatively retailers are incorporating their brands and products into other rapidly evolving (and digital) commercial arenas. Shopify, for instance, recently announced a major partnership with...

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Tags: delivery, rapid transformation, enterprise network, enterprise WAN, enterprise IT, Gen Z, Postmates, TikTok, Shopify, digital transformation, retail delivery, retail fulfillment, online retail, retail transformation, retail, enterprise IT

While October may seem like an early start to the holiday shopping season, timing is hardly the most unusual thing about this year’s festivities, as the global pandemic effectively shelves the traditional “Black Friday” boon for brick-and-mortar retailers in favor of earlier digital flash sales. The combination of Amazon’s early Prime Day event along with an increase in early online...

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Tags: network visibility, network management, network performance, network performance monitoring, enterprise IT, enterprise network, retail IT, retail network, retailers, retail, online retail, digital commerce, ecommerce, online shopping, holiday shopping

To say we’re living in unprecedented times would be an understatement. But researchers at the London School of Economics (LSE) have pulled out the data to officially understand how business leaders are navigating the current “disruption” to the way we work (namely, pandemic-related decentralization) and the role of digital technologies in providing short- and long-term solutions. When comparing the COVID-19...

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Tags: network management, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, enterprise WAN, enterprise network, remote workforce, remote work, quarantine, COVID 19, pandemic, digital divide, digital transformation, enterprise IT

With folks across the globe logging onto work and school from home – and streaming a lot of Netflix when they aren’t – network capacity has never been a hotter commodity. As a result, people are hungry for higher-than-ever Internet speeds to stay connected in a work-from-home (WFH) world, and researchers at University College of London (UCL) have set a...

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Tags: network management, network performance monitoring, network capacity, network speeds, network performance, enterprise network, enterprise IT, Netflix, TBPS, terabit, internet speeds, internet

While Google was among the largest (and earliest) enterprises to extend work-from-home (WFH) into summer 2021 in response to the pandemic, remote work has long been a topic of interest for the tech giant, whose suite of solutions supports remote collaboration in nearly all industries. Almost a year before the global pandemic forced social distancing measures on employers, Google surveyed...

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We’re always striving to help you experience your network the way your end users do, whether that’s at the remote office or across a sprawling web of residential workstations. Now that your team is managing users all over the map, the more granular detail into application performance you can gain the better, as this insight helps you understand what to...

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Tags: enterprise network, enterprise IT, enterprise apps, AppNeta Performance Manager, AppNeta, NPMD, NPM, network performance monitoring and diagnostics, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, workflow timing, transaction timing, milestones, milestone control

The impact of the global pandemic has been dramatic for the enterprise space, upending financial forecasts and sending workers across the globe home in accordance with social distancing guidelines. But while the conversation regarding the workforce has largely been centered around ongoing work-from-home (WFH) initiatives, businesses are now emerging from the “rushed” phase of their transformation and into a period...

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Tags: network performance, network management, network performance monitoring, SD WAN, enterprise IT, enterprise network, wide area network, WAN, office network, real estate, office, office life, cloud computing, wfh, work from home, remote work

COVID-19 has been a game-changer across the enterprise space, forcing everyone from the C-Suite to the factory floor to modify their workflows and embrace new tech as part of their day-to-day operations. A new report from Wind River shows that many enterprise executives aren’t viewing these sudden changes as stop-gap measures or short-term fixes before returning to the old way...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be a huge wake-up call for enterprises that hadn’t prioritized cloud migration prior to global WFH orders, as cloud solutions have become a lifeline in the face of an unprecedented shift in how the world does business. As teams rushed to deploy tools and workflows to hundreds (if not thousands) of locations across a...

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The concept of “work-from-home” (WFH) went from a growing trend to an emergency enterprise standard over the past few months, forcing folks to make major adjustments to how they connect with colleagues and accomplish their day-to-day tasks. While many stir-crazy folks are longing for the days when they can return to the office, a lot of companies are finding that...

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It’s safe to say that many 2020 enterprise networking priorities have been upended as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. But once the dust settles on the impromptu, quarantine-motivated digital transformations enterprise IT recently undertook, teams will need to reexamine many of the larger-scale IT projects that were on their plate before global events took the wheel. Network World’s recently...

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It goes without saying that there have been plenty of events over the past few weeks that many people never expected to witness, from entire cities (and countries) social distancing to help “flatten the curve” to unforeseen business partnerships sprouting up to help speed up aid. One such “once in a blue moon” event took the tech space by surprise...

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Tags: enterprise IT, enterprise network, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, application monitoring, application, apps, app, iOs, android, Apple, Google, smartphone

With teams going remote en masse and across industries, network infrastructures are already being put to the test as a wealth of cloud and web applications travel across diverse network environments to keep far-flung teams in sync. That’s why it’s never been more important that the tools IT teams use to manage and monitor network performance aren’t themselves putting added...

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Tags: KPI, management stack, ucaas, SaaS, branch office, remote office, remote work, enterprise WAN, enterprise network, network monitoring, network management, cloud computing, enterprise IT, network performance monitoring

The past year has seen the market for streaming services turn a big corner into the mainstream as a slew of new offerings – both from legacy broadcasters like Disney and first-time content producers like Apple – have gone live, dealing another blow to once-dominant cable TV. While the majority of the new services are designed with the typical home-viewer...

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Tags: work from home, remote work, remote workers, enterprise network, network visibility, observability, network monitoring, network performance monitoring, streaming content, streaming media, streaming video, streaming tv, streaming, Quibi

Across industries, work-from-home (WFH) became the new normal over the past few weeks, forcing enterprise IT teams to push the gas on their network transformation projects, or start fast-tracking new ones altogether to support a deluge of remote users. Fortunately, AppNeta Performance Manager is here to ensure enterprise IT teams rise to the occasion and can gain the remote visibility...

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As enterprises lean on communication apps to keep their teams connected amidst “social distancing,” it’s been a busy few weeks for market leaders Slack and Teams, who have seen their daily active users explode while unveiling major solution enhancements. On Wednesday, Mar 18, Slack unveiled the app’s largest platform redesign in nearly five years. Although the update was in the...

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Tags: ucaas, SaaS, messaging apps, Microsoft Teams, teams, Slack, enterprise communication, communication apps, enterprise network, remote management, remote workers, remote working, remote work, working from home, work from home, network management, network performance monitoring, enterprise IT

Not only are branch offices growing in number as enterprises ramp up decentralization, but so is the data being generated at the branch and where that traffic goes. With IaaS and SaaS transforming how apps are delivered to branch locations, these offices are increasingly connecting to both cloud providers and their corporate data centers (if not retiring their dependency on...

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Tags: public cloud, hybrid cloud, cloud migration, cloud computing, cloud, IT, enterprise IT, enterprise network, enterprise WAN, SDWAN, SD WAN, MPLS, IaaS, SaaS, remote workforce, remote workers, remote work, work from home, remote location, remote office, branch office, WIFI6, WIFI, 5G, internet of things, IoT

As more and more enterprise workflows migrate to cloud, so go the enterprise jobs, according to data culled by staffing website Indeed.com. The findings show that over the past half decade, the number of inquiries and postings for jobs related to cloud computing have been on a steady uptick, with some cloud-related salaries rising in tandem. From October 2018 to...

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network monitoring, network management, LAN, WAN, enterprise WAN, enterprise networking, enterprise network, enterprise IT, SaaS, cloud adoption, cloud migration, cloud transformation, cloud IT, cloud jobs, cloud computing

A recent report from Synergy Research Group that rounds up the decade’s biggest trends in IT spending was at times both predictable and a bit of a head-scratcher. For starters, in 2010, the amount of budget that IT teams were allocating to cloud infrastructure services was practically non-existent. This isn’t altogether surprising, as the cloud as we know it today...

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Tags: enterprise WAN, WAN, enterprise network, IT, enterprise IT, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, cloud migration, cloud computing, cloud, data center

In an industry where acronyms and initialisms are a dime a dozen, few tech terms are as ubiquitous in the world of enterprise networking as MPLS and SD-WAN. Sure, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS and UCaaS represent buzzworthy new workflows that have changed how enterprise IT teams are managing their tech footprints. But when it comes to the underlying networks that support...

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Tags: network performance, network management, network performance monitoring, enterprise network, enterprise WAN, enterprise, ucaas, PaaS, IaaS, SaaS, LAN, WAN, SDWAN, SD WAN, MPLS

For the largest enterprise networks, IT has historically had limited options when it came to monitoring their highest-capacity links (think network connections that scale up to 25, 40, 50 or even 100 Gbps speeds). While just a decade ago, teams may have hardly imagined a world where connectivity between data centers, large campuses, or across the entire WAN backbone would...

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Tags: network management, enterprise network infrastructure, enterprise network backbone, enterprise network, enterprise WAN, network management, network performance monitoring, campus network monitoring, data center monitoring, performance monitoring

Between The Master’s and The Women’s World Cup, sports fans have had a lot of mid-day distractions lately. And while it’s not a sport in the traditional sense, the impending Democratic presidential debates present yet another heated competition that is likely to have many office workers switching back-and-forth between live streams over the coming months. Mixing work and politics is...

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Tags: 2020 election, cloud computing, democratic debate, enterprise IT, enterprise network, network monitoring, network performance monitoring, presidential debate, streaming video

Last week, the AppNeta team took to the Great White North to host an industry luncheon and panel in Toronto, looking at the challenges of network management as cloud takes on a bigger role in the enterprise space. Moderated by our own Chief Customer Officer Adam Edwards, the panel also included John Menezes, President & CEO of Stratejm, Alfred Ng,...

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Tags: cloud, cloud computing, cloud visibility, enterprise, enterprise network, finance, finance tech, industry commentary, network performance, network performance monitoring, tech industry, toronto

Salesforce is a heavyweight in the SaaS market, and Salesforce problems can affect thousands of users. Salesforce has an online status dashboard that many users leverage to monitor the application and determine whether it’s working properly and performing to expectations. However,trust.salesforce.com is really just an internal dashboard Salesforce set up so you can check on whether everything within the Salesforce...

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Tags: application performance, monitoring technology, SaaS, salesforce, salesforce performance, network performance, application monitoring, performance monitoring, SaaS monitoring, SaaS performance, enterprise network, enterprise IT

Rate Limiting Detection: Bandwidth and Latency
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Ever wonder if your “ISP is giving you the bandwidth” you are paying for? Do you think your download speeds are different at different times of day? If so, you might want to detect and measure the rate limiting on your network. What is Rate Limiting? Network rate limiting is used to limit the amount of traffic on a network....

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