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With families across the Globe stuck inside this past summer and spring, streaming services have risen to the occasion in providing much-needed distractions from our increasingly confined day-to-day lives. King among the streamers is Netflix, who has maintained a lead in the increasingly competitive streaming market even as heavyweights like Disney+ and HBO Max have come online, offering massive libraries...

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Tags: remote workforce, remote workers, network performance monitoring, network management, network monitoring, home office, remote office, remote work, WFH, work from home, wall street journal, streaming services, streaming, netflix, enterprise IT

The Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) market is the latest cloud-driven industry to receive a booming growth forecast, with the market size poised to reach a valuation of $24.3 billion by 2026. This represents a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.4 percent from 2019, when the market was already assessed at a massive $13.8 billion. This growth reflects similar trends in...

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Tags: DEM, digital experience monitoring, WFH, work from home, remote workforce, remote workers, remote work, streaming, web conference, video conference, web chat, web call, video chat, video call, UC, Unified Communications, UCaaS

Even if 2020 wasn’t an election year, it’d still be one for the record books, as COVID-19 has disrupted everything from how we work to how we teach our kids. Now, it’s upending how we choose our national leaders. While there’s still lingering controversy about how voting will actually take place come November, the Democrat and Republican parties are following...

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Tags: enterprise IT, network management, network performance monitoring, network performance, streaming performance, streaming conference, streaming convention, streaming events, live streaming, streaming, democratic national convention, rnc, dnc

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

Digital transformation isn’t just an enterprise phenomenon, as anyone who grew up with a cable subscription and a local Blockbuster Video can attest. Today, consumers take their entertainment with them, watching their favorite movies or TV shows from any wireless device they can connect to – a marked digital transformation from the days of the bunny-ear antenna and CRT television....

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network performance, IT, enterprise networks, enterprise WAN, enterprise IT, The Mandalorian, Hulu, Peacock, Apple TV+, disney+, disney plus, disney, apple tv plus, apple, streaming wars, streaming

As heated as the “streaming wars” already were between cable-killing pioneers like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, a pair of new streamers are making a late entrance into the fray, backed by billions of investment dollars and some of the largest brand recognition of this or any industry. Disney+ and Apple TV+ both launched over the past two weeks, following what...

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Tags: cloud computing, cloud, enterprise networks, network management, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, apple tv+, apple tv, apple, disney+, disney, streaming wars, streaming

According to a survey of Netflix subscribers conducted back in the summer of 2017, almost 40 percent of respondents admitted to streaming from the platform while on the job. Two years later, streaming in general has never been more popular, and a rash of Netflix competitors are about to launch, flooding workers with distracting content they can binge on the...

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Tags: Amazon streaming, Amazon, enterprise IT, enterprise networks, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, streaming at work, streaming video, streaming, Netflix, Disney, Disney+

In an age when “appointment television” is a nearly-dead concept (outside of Game of Thrones at least), people still go out of their way to make sure they catch their favorite team or player live. We’ve seen it firsthand here at AppNeta. Take the latest Masters Tournament: Ahead of Tiger Woods taking home his first title trophy in over a...

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Tags: cloud, cloud computing, cloud monitoring, Network, network capacity, network monitoring, network performance, network performance monitoring, sports streaming, streaming, streaming services

When monitoring an enterprise network, teams often think that they need to focus squarely on the apps that are deemed “business critical,” and little else. While the logic here isn’t flawed, per se, this approach robs IT of the holistic picture of network conditions they need to truly understand where their network capacity is being spent. Without this full picture...

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Tags: app performance, applications, apps, business and IT goals, business applications, network performance, network performance monitoring, social media, streaming

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