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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

Shares of Twitter jumped on Thursday when it was announced that the company passed the billion-dollar revenue threshold for the first time last quarter, as the platform’s daily user base jumped from 145 million to 152 million as 2019 wound to a close. This isn’t altogether surprising, as Twitter has been a hotbed of political deliberation during the leadup to...

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network performance, network traffic, network congestion, remote workforce, remote workers, remote work, decentralization, enterprise decentralization, enterprise networks, social media, twitter

The Super Bowl Blackout Can’t Keep Twitter Down
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So we all know that the Baltimore Ravens are the 2013 Blackout…err…Super Bowl Champions. And debate will rage on about the “winners” of those Super Bowl commercials. Running away with the social media title this year was, without a doubt, Twitter. With the power outage that almost brought the Lombardi trophy to San Francisco (as a Steeler fan, I guess...

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Tags: APM, path, technology, twitter

Twitter Goes Down #PathViewCloudFindsProblem
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I don’t think I was alone June 21, 2012 when I went to check-in on Twitter during lunch and for some reason could not connect. Hmmm, how is that possible? The Twittersphere can’t actually be down…or can it? My office in Boston was also experiencing some network problems so I just assumed the Twitter issue was related to the Comcast...

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Tags: APM, application performance, latency, packets, PathView Cloud, twitter

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