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3 Reasons to Blame Your Network for Slow Office 365

I stumbled across a webpage the other day that perfectly captures the frustration knowledge workers experience as productivity applications move to the cloud: “Best practices for using Office 365 on a slow network.” Poor Office 365 performance is all too common these days. After all, we used to access Office programs over the WAN. Now, […]

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3 Reasons to consider ARYAKA’s SmartCDN for your Global business

The Content Delivery Network (CDN) market continues to evolve as new technologies and startups force change upon the landscape, and it seems there is no end in sight to the disruptions. Startups are introducing new ways of using innovative cloud-based architectures and challenging legacy technologies to conduct business cheaper and faster. Additionally, technology sectors such […]

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Here’s What No One Tells You About Application Performance

An increasing number of businesses are relying on mission-critical applications for better efficiency, collaboration, cost savings, and revenue generation. The ugly side of dependence on such applications is the negative impact they can have on the business when there are outages or severe performance degradations. With mission-critical time-sensitive applications rapidly migrating to the cloud and […]

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5 Questions MPLS Providers Hope You Won’t Ask

For 20 years, MPLS has been the enterprise answer to providing the organization with stable and reliable connectivity. Today, MPLS providers still serve a $30 billion+ market. However, though a lot has changed with the enterprise WAN over the past two decades, it seems not much has changed with MPLS. MPLS was designed to provide […]

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Skype for business…a recipe for stress or success?

Skype for Business with a Legacy Network Skype for Business with a Global SD-WAN Skype for Business lets you collaborate with anyone, anywhere, on any device, with the security and control of Microsoft. But, when WANs cause poor voice quality and frequent disconnects, there are some things you won’t be able to do with Skype […]

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How Partners Can Speed Up Customers’ Cloud and SaaS Applications

Large global enterprises are adopting cloud computing and SaaS applications at a faster rate than ever before. This means they need network connectivity that delivers applications as if they were installed on their own desktop. If you’re a master agent, VAR, technology consultant, or systems integrator looking to help your customers improve application delivery on […]

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Dreamforce Day 1: Just Say NO to Slow

“It can take forever to work with Salesforce overseas,” explained Jim, a frustrated sales engineer who has to travel every other month to APAC, and meet with clients and prospects. “Every time I have to use SFDC in Australia, I can wait up to a minute for the page to refresh.” “There’s not much we […]

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Salesforce Is Slow? — How You Can Solve IT!

Salesforce is one of the first applications that’s extended to new offices when U.S. companies expand into global locations, such as China. However, slow application performance often limits adoption and usage, thus negatively impacting business execution for newly opened branches. “China sales reps weren’t updating Salesforce data until after the deals closed because it was […]

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Spiceworks “2017 State of IT Report” Sneak Peek Speaks Volumes

Looks like it is indeed “game on” for corporate IT pros and solution providers to get it right, or go home. According to the sneak peek blog from Spiceworks, their “2017 State of IT Report” will cite how cloud and SaaS applications are becoming increasingly more important for global corporations, and a crucial aspect for […]

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Rio Olympics Cause Olympic-Sized Network Challenges

The Rio 2016 Olympics is the most technology-driven Olympics ever. Not only is it drawing huge crowds at the events, but the number of spectators watching the events streamed on their phones and other computer devices far overshadows those attending the events. Rio Olympic co-sponsors, mobile carrier Claro, and pay TV/phone service provider Embratel, estimate […]

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Top Three SD-WAN Adoption Motivators Found in IDC Survey: Aryaka Exceeds Them All

A worldwide study, from research firm IDC, highlights the need for consistent security, price, and reduced complexity as the top motivators considering SD-WAN adoption, as identified by the survey respondents. IDC goes on to predict the enterprise acceptance of SD-WAN will help drive market revenues to $6 billion by 2020. The report titled, Worldwide SD-WAN […]

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Pokemon Go is fun for users, but challenging for networks

On July 6th, Niantic, Inc. released the mobile sensation, Pokemon Go, and smartphone users have been wandering the streets trying to catch the fictional characters with their devices. In short, Pokemon Go is like if Angry Birds invaded Google Maps. The game uses your smartphone’s GPS to determine your location and make Pokemon “appear” around […]

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