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    How to Use Third Party Data to Prove Your Worth Posted on February 25th, 2016 by Craig Lowell

    For all of the variances that the thousands of different online service providers have across a multitude of industries, one thing remains necessary for them to succeed: proof of their value proposition. The fundamental promise of any service provider is to deliver improved metrics in whatever industry it resides; but to prove it, a neutral […]

  • DNS load balancers
    Monitoring DNS Load Balancers Posted on February 24th, 2016 by Nithyanand Mehta

    If your website receives heavy traffic and you are hosted across multiple infrastructures across the world or you are using multiple CDNs, then you ought to use a DNS Load Balancer to reroute traffic for better performance. While there are some large companies who create their own DNS load balancing system, which is complex and […]

  • Digital Marketing Trends
    Digital Marketers Need to Care About Web Performance Posted on February 23rd, 2016 by Maria Eldridge

    Recent digital marketing trends have focused on creating a more personalized environment for users. Rather than casting out an oversized net and potentially dragging in weeds and guppies, e-commerce companies have opted to define the specific bait they use with the hope of luring their ultimate trophy customer. To deliver this tailor-made experience, the content users […]

  • Node Expansion
    Catchpoint Boosts Coverage in China, Africa, IPv6 Posted on February 18th, 2016 by Peter Girard

    As digital businesses’ needs continue to grow and evolve, Catchpoint has ramped up our investment in node coverage to increase visibility in emerging marketplaces as well as technologies. We added more than 50 monitoring nodes over the past quarter, bringing our total above 500. Our network now includes nearly 400 backbone nodes, more than 60 […]

  • Chief Performance Officer
    Is It Time for a Chief Performance Officer? Posted on February 17th, 2016 by Peter van Gils

    Modern web applications are technically complex and consist of a large number of different hardware components, software applications, network connections and a wide range of different skills and knowledge. In a large enterprise, that automatically means that the ownership of all of these parts is distributed across the organization and even across multiple infrastructure and […]

  • Retail OnPrem Agent
    Saving Brick-And-Mortar Retail With OnPrem Agent Posted on February 16th, 2016 by Dennis Callaghan

    We talk a lot about the online retail space at Catchpoint and how our monitoring service can help keep e-commerce websites fast and available. But as our product managers frequently remind me, online systems aren’t limited to just the customer-facing website. They can include any Internet- or network-connected application or system. At a brick-and-mortar retail […]

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    Mobile Marketer Q4 2015 Mobile Site Performance Benchmark Report Posted on February 12th, 2016 by Maria Eldridge

    This article was originally posted on MobileMarketer.com. Retail: The retail industry faces intense pressure and scrutiny in Q4, as the drastic increases in web traffic during the Thanksgiving/Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend can wreak havoc on eCommerce systems. To complicate matters, the huge sales and increased marketing demands during this timeframe also put IT teams under […]

  • Super Bowl 50 performance
    Super Bowl 50 Delivered a Near Perfect Online Experience Posted on February 11th, 2016 by Maria Eldridge

    Super Bowl 50 was a milestone for several reasons, one of them being the actual delivery of the game. The big game was offered via live stream on CBSsports.com, which gave viewers the opportunity to watch on practically any device including laptops, tablets, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, and Xbox One. This obviously wasn’t the first […]

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