IT is increasingly being consumed ‘as a service.’ This is why 451 Research expects the SaaS portion of the cloud to reach $11.1bn in 2012 and continue to grow to $14.8bn in 2014.
But, there is a network attached to that cloud, and networks don’t always behave well. The cloud has performance problems stemming from latency and availability issues, especially if you have customers or employees in emerging markets including China, Russia, and India.
Applications such as CRM, ERP, content management and collaboration, all the way to archiving and backup storage services can be impacted by network performance. How do you accelerate your cloud applications to ensure a good customer or employee experience? Join the webcast and learn how HighQ, Thomsons Online Benefits, and others have leveraged CDN technology.