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Four Techniques for Improving Application Performance When Faced With Poor Quality Internet Connectivity

by Deacon D.K. Wan  |  September 29, 2017  |  Submit a Comment

Dont let bad internet connectivity affect your application performance.

Poor internet connectivity does not have to equate to bad customer experiences. Even in regions with low average connection speeds, I&O leaders focused on infrastructure delivery can leverage the four techniques in this research to deliver superior application performance and reliability.



Four Techniques for Improving Application Performance When Faced With Poor Quality Internet Connectivity

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Kevin Ji | Deacon D.K Wan


Get to know the latest in how to

  • Leverage Acceleration Technology to Improve Application Performance
  • Use Content Delivery Network (CDN) for Geographically Distributed Internet Service Delivery
  • Locate Data Centers Closer to Target Markets and Deploy Multiple Near-Synchronous Sessions
  • Agility and Scalability in App Design and Use the New Architecture to Enable a Paradigm Shift

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Deacon D.K. Wan
Senior Director, Analysts, Research & Advisory
2 years at Gartner
24 years IT Industry

Deacon D.K Wan is the Senior Director, Analyst at Gartner Applications and Product Leadership. Experts in digital innovations, product management, partnership, payments,mobile & e-commerce,BD. Read Full Bio

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