Building a Valuable Online Presence through Internet Performance
Is your site just one click away from major disaster? Would you even know it if it was?
An unreliable Internet presence lowers your users' experience and ultimately costs you customers and revenue. To keep a competitive advantage, IT must be able to optimize the availability, security, speed, and cost-efficiencies of their Internet presence to fuel their business initiatives and revenue growth.
Join Jim Rapoza, Senior Research Analyst of Information Technology at Aberdeen Group, and Michael Kane, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Dyn, to look at an approach that integrates real-time monitoring of Internet conditions with efficient controls for businesses to optimize performance and deliver the best possible availability, security, and speed to their online audience.
Participants will learn how:
- To build a high-performance and highly reliable online presence
- Taking an end-to-end lifecycle approach to Internet Performance can give companies actionable insight into Internet conditions
- Leading organizations use the Internet Performance lifecycle to add value to their online presence.
Senior Research Analyst, Information Technology, Aberdeen Group
Jim's research focuses on the increasing performance pressures that organizations are confronting within their network and application infrastructures. He is a frequent speaker at technology conferences and expositions and has been regularly interviewed as a technology expert by national and local media outlets including CNN, ABC, NPR and the Associated Press.
Senior Product Marketing Manager, Dyn
Michael has 20+ years of technology and business experience with roles from product management, sales engineering, business development and solution marketing. He works with sales teams, customers and industry experts to define and leverage Dyn's strengths and assets in Internet Performance Management. Michael is the author of numerous articles and papers and holds engineering and management degrees from the University of New Hampshire and Dartmouth College.