Are Algorithms Better Than Humans?

We make decisions on a daily basis; sometimes those decisions are good, and sometimes they aren’t. Decisions can be hasty and impulsive, or made after vast amounts of data have been analyzed. This is part of being human, and hopefully, we learn from the decisions we make. We often look…

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The Impact of Web Caching

Try to remember something that happened on your last vacation. How long did it take you to recall? Now, try to remember it again. You were probably able to recall it faster the second time— but, why? This is because as soon as you recalled the event the first time,…

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Digital Storytelling in Luxury Retail

Luxury brands may have been slow to include ecommerce in the heart of their business, but they certainly have been doing their best to catch up. Ecommerce is both an opportunity and a risk for luxury retailers—brand value and heritage are extremely valuable and cannot be put at risk. This explains…

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Measuring Perceived Performance

Back in 2012 Steve Souders published a blog post with the intention of helping to move away from using window.onload() as an indicator of website speed. While onload sometimes still has its place in indicating when a page is complete, we can all agree that onload is not useful for…

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Got IT Complexity? Monitor the User Experience

It’s no secret that IT operations has changed a lot over the last decade or so. New technologies like cloud, virtualization, containers, and microservices have made applications and infrastructure more distributed, more efficient, and more flexible at the expense of predictability and manageability. This is why technologies like Catchpoint’s have…

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