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Rich Salz

Rich Salz

December 7, 2017 9:00 AM

Good News from Singapore

The IETF had its 100th meeting the week of November 13. It was held in Singapore. I want to report on two pieces of good news.

Shantanu Kedar

Shantanu Kedar

November 21, 2017 11:56 AM

What to expect for this year's Black Friday and Cybe ...

Last year during holidays, US online sales surpassed $122 billion. This represented a 12 percent increase over the previous year. But beyond the overall growth, what's more interesting is that sales at physical stores dropped by 10 percent, the result of ongoing consumer comfort with and adoption of e-commerce buying behavior. Given the performance of holidays so far this year, it seems clear that this trend will continue in 2017.

Shantanu Kedar

Shantanu Kedar

November 17, 2017 12:00 PM

Are you ready for the holidays?

It's November, which means the holiday season is upon us and retailers are working tirelessly to get their websites, apps and infrastructures ready to deliver a secure and exceptional customer experience during the peak holiday season. If past data is any indication of things to come, 2017 promises to be yet another record-breaking holiday season.

Parag Pathak

Parag Pathak

October 24, 2017 8:13 PM

Let's Get Visual: Best Practices for Digital Image M ...

"Offering rich, interactive images has emerged as a critical component to any website or web app visitor engagement strategy -- and with good reason," wrote Parag Pathak, our Senior Product Marketing Manager, in his recent published article - Let's get visual: best practices for digital image management - in EContent Magazine.

Shantanu Kedar

Shantanu Kedar

August 2, 2017 1:43 PM

Get Ready For The Holidays With Cloudlets

It's summer, which means it's time for hitting the beach, enjoying outdoor barbeques with friends and family, going for hiking, biking, kayaking and savoring cold craft beers. But for savvy retailers like you, summer is the ideal time to start getting your apps, websites and infrastructures ready for the holidays.

Shantanu Kedar

Shantanu Kedar

July 17, 2017 8:23 AM

Superior and safe user experiences with the Akamai C ...

Your customers are unique and they all expect fast, secure, personalized digital experiences. They are spread across the world, in regions of varying network connectivity, utilize a plethora of devices and screen sizes - making it challenging to deliver your experiences. By delivering 95 Exabytes of data over billions of devices every year, Akamai provides the world's largest and most trusted cloud delivery platform that empowers you to provide fast,

Shantanu Kedar

Shantanu Kedar

June 19, 2017 8:05 AM

Balance traffic intelligently by leveraging Applicat ...

Gaining new customers and retaining existing ones is at the core of every business. In the past few years, two major trends have emerged in this drive towards customer centricity To meet the ever increasing customer demands, most modern digital applications leverage microservice architecture to achieve scalability, agility and reduce time to market. These are ideal for DevOps teams that need continuous deployment workflows. But all this comes at a

Craig Adams

Craig Adams

June 15, 2017 7:12 AM

Telegraph delivers better experience with Image Mana ...

The Telegraph Media Group (TMG) is a multi-media news publisher and its titles include The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph and The Telegraph website. Today, its site serves more than 380 million pages to over 84 million unique visitors every month across the globe, featuring on average about 15,000 stories and 900 videos. While The Telegraph is a true digital pioneer - its website launched four years before Google and

Akamai

Akamai

May 31, 2017 6:41 AM

The State of the Internet: A Decade of Change

The State of the Internet Report is growing up - with this issue, it enters its tenth year of publication. Over time, it has matured in many ways, including its length, design, and the content it includes. Looking back at that first issue (all 17 pages of it), for the first quarter of 2008, we find that the report covered: