Browsing posts tagged with: FlowView
PathView Partner Go-To-Market Success
July 16, 2012 by Team AppNeta
My name is Robb Corduck, I’m Vice President of AppNeta’s Regional Partner Business Unit. I wanted to take a few minutes to discuss an interesting and emerging go-to-market strategy that we are seeing with many of our PathView Cloud Partners. As our Partners have quickly realized, PathView Cloud is particularly well suited to conduct pre-deployment…Continue reading
Not Your Father’s Blackberry: What BYOD Means for Your Network Performance
June 26, 2012 by Team AppNeta
According to this report by the Pew Research Center (February 2012), 46% of American adults now own a smartphone of some kind, up from 35% in May 2011. Smartphone owners now outnumber users of more basic phones. These smartphone users are bringing their personal devices to work and connecting them to your network. For many…Continue reading
An Engineer’s Search: Who Broke the Network?
March 7, 2012 by Team AppNeta
‘Why Is Our Network Broken?’ Even companies that provide network performance management services still have to manage their own networks! So, a few weeks ago when I received notification that we were experiencing extremely low available bandwidth out to the internet, I knew I had to act fast to avoid failure of our critical services- The question was:…Continue reading
The Siri Test: How Much Bandwidth is She Using?
February 29, 2012 by Team AppNeta
In the age of smart phones, data plans and usage caps, many questions come up when looking into your cellphone bill. It seems there are unlimited applications and features are swallowing up data. Have you ever wondered what else is using up your data? Checking mail, sending mail, playing games and using apps use data…Continue reading
Flash to HTML5 – HTML5 Is Ready For Prime Time And So Are We!
February 8, 2012 by Team AppNeta
There is a lot of good material in the blog-o-sphere about HTML5 vs. Flash and the impending doom of the latter. I’m here to say that HTML5, while still a work in progress, is absolutely ready for prime time and if anyone says you have to wait for it to be ready, they’re either ill-informed or…Continue reading
Flow Analysis: See Detailed Remote Site Network Usage, Without Breaking the Bank!
January 18, 2012 by Team AppNeta
Before business productivity became dependent on the Internet, smaller companies didn’t spend money on flow analysis data. Even enterprise companies didn’t invest in expensive network hardware capable of delivering flow information at the scattered remote offices. It was never a concern until the Internet became a business and personal life line – and pipeline –…Continue reading
Want to Know Who’s Streaming Netflix on Your Network?
April 14, 2011 by Team AppNeta
Listening to the radio at work used to be just about keeping the volume down. But with the skyrocketing popularity of Pandora, Vevo.com, Shoutcast, SoundCloud and other Internet radio services, the issue has become one of exhausting scarce bandwidth on overtaxed corporate networks. Employees are accustomed to enjoying Internet radio services at home, and many…Continue reading
Telecommuting in all its forms has been on the rise for years. Today the trend is accelerating dramatically as affordable, cloud-based technology, rising gas prices, and pressure to reduce facilities’ operating costs all converge to make telework more attractive for all—and the enterprise more distributed than ever. Whether they’re checking email on their iPhones or…Continue reading
Thanks to multiple snowballing trends like cloud computing, SaaS, virtual desktops, IP storage, mobility and Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C), more and more companies are delivering critical, network-dependent IT services to more and more remote users. The adoption of Cloud Computing has resulted in even the users at your corporate headquarters are now likely “remote”…Continue reading
Bandwidth Info is Great…but What is Using my Capacity at the Remote Site?!
March 14, 2011 by Team AppNeta
Sound familiar? I know this is a question many of you ask yourself regularly, if not daily. There aren’t too many people that would debate the value provided by understanding flow data: the ability to get deep and near real-time insight into the applications and users that are consuming resources on your network. Flow analysis…Continue reading