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    Impact of Third-party Tags on Performance: Take II Posted on February 8th, 2017 by Dawn Parzych

    Two years ago, we published an ebook on the True Impact of Third-party Tags. A lot can change in two years, especially when it comes to technology, so we felt it was time to revisit the sites we tested. In 2015, we analyzed sites across four verticals – US banking, ecommerce, news, and travel – […]

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    Making the Case for a Professional Conference Posted on February 3rd, 2017 by Maria Eldridge

    Staying competitive in today’s IT job market requires constant learning. Whether you’re looking for something new or want to advance your career path in your current company, the road to progress is long and not very probable if you aren’t willing to stay up to date on the most recent industry trends, skills, and technologies. […]

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    Performance Guide for Media and Entertainment Posted on January 31st, 2017 by Dawn Parzych

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, I’m sure you’ve seen the studies on the affect of web performance on business metrics. Most of these studies focus on ecommerce sites, but that doesn’t mean non-commerce sites don’t need to be concerned with performance. Recently, a few studies from media and entertainment sites such as GQ and […]

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    The Slow Death of Retail as We Know It Posted on January 30th, 2017 by Mehdi Daoudi

    Last Saturday, our washer and dryer decided to call it quits after 14 years of amazing service. As you can imagine, this is a major crisis for family with children. P0 priority! All hands on deck! Therefore, Sunday at 7 AM, we were in front of our local Home Depot in a hurry to replace the […]

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    Monitoring Dynamic Multi-Step Transactions Posted on January 30th, 2017 by Dawn Parzych

    Last week, I tried to book a hotel for an upcoming business trip. I logged into the travel portal entered the city and dates of travel and clicked search. Then, I waited and waited and waited and waited, yet nothing happened. I tried again; same results. At this point, I gave up and moved onto […]

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    Elevate Conference 2017: A Zero-Hype User Conference Posted on January 27th, 2017 by Maria Eldridge

    Catchpoint was founded with the sole purpose of helping IT dev and ops leaders do their jobs better. This year, we are taking it one step further and hosting our first-ever user conference to help our users get the most out of their performance data and our digital experience monitoring platform. Our line-up consists of […]

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    Web Performance 101: Critical Render Path Posted on January 27th, 2017 by Kameerath Kareem

    The success of a website is directly proportional to the users’ digital experience. In the age of tech, savvy consumers, and competitive targeted marketing, speed matters. Users expect websites to load fast – the faster the user can view the webpage, the better the digital experience. We’ve already discussed how page size, images, and scripts […]

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    Poor Performance Cost SaaS Businesses an Average of $195K in 2016 Posted on January 18th, 2017 by Peter Saulitis

    But it’s actually much more. We work closely with the technology professionals responsible for monitoring the world’s largest SaaS solutions and have an intimate understanding of how important performance is to their businesses. To fully understand the pains and costs pertaining to performance across the SaaS industry, we worked with TechTarget, a trusted technology media […]

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