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Meg Grady-Troia

Meg Grady-Troia

January 26, 2017 1:44 PM

Akamai's Global Content Distribution Network: Replac ...

Many customers ask Akamai about Disaster Recovery testing and Business Continuity planning as a part of their due diligence or risk management process. Customers expect to see a governance document maintained by a central authority, a list of systems with Recovery Point Objectives (RPO), Recovery Time Objectives (RTO), and a documented testing plan that is enacted quarterly or annually. Akamai reframes these questions to better match our approach to continuity

Raphael Edwards

Raphael Edwards

November 29, 2016 12:42 PM

Automating your Image Workflow with Akamai Image Man ...

Images are used to inspire, evoke emotion, and provide ways of communicating that simply cannot be done with words. It's no wonder that web pages with images get 94 percent more views than those without. Images have become integral to how we experience the web, and the importance of delivering the right image at the right time to your users couldn't be more important. First impressions matter, and your users

Ari Weil

Ari Weil

November 23, 2016 12:18 PM

Convenient Mobile Commerce is the Key to Success thi ...

With the Black Friday, Cyber Monday holiday weekend upon us, retailers in the U.S. and abroad are preparing for another peak period for customer acquisition and commerce revenues. In 2016, the U.S. eCommerce market is the second largest globally and is expected to reach a total of $482 billion by 2018. China is still the global leader with its B2C eCommerce market accounting for 38% of worldwide turnover; this Singles'

Erik Nygren

Erik Nygren

October 24, 2016 1:13 PM

IPv6 at Edge 2016

With the Internet transition from IPv4 to IPv6 now in full-gear, the topic of IPv6 was raised in number of forums at the Akamai Edge conference this week. In a keynote on Wednesday morning, Ash Kulkarni mentioned how enabling delivery of sites and content over IPv6 by default is one of the ways that Ion 3 helps accelerate mobile performance, aiming to improve the user experience and resulting business metrics.

Rich Bolstridge

Rich Bolstridge

September 12, 2016 9:37 AM

The Easiest way to Improve the User Experience

I had an interesting conversation with a former Akamai banking customer this week about his past experience with Akamai. He is now an independent consultant, working with banks on digital transformation and other projects.

Raphael Edwards

Raphael Edwards

August 1, 2016 10:31 AM

Performance Beyond Caching - Front End Optimization

"The level of stress caused by mobile delays was comparable to watching a horror movie" Source: Ericsson Mobility Report As the above quote highlights, Performance Matters today more so than ever before. Having a fast and reliable website is expected and for many organizations, performance has become a mission critical goal. Now, we've all heard the old saying, cache is king. The goal was to cache as much content and

Akamai

Akamai

July 20, 2016 9:35 AM

#MobilePerf Blog Series: Mobile Browser Trends

In June 2012, Akamai launched the "Akamai IO" data visualization tool, with an initial data set that highlighted browser usage across PCs and other connected devices connecting to Akamai via fixed and mobile networks. The data used for Akamai IO is sampled from nearly three trillion requests for content that Akamai handles each day. It also makes use of Akamai's EdgeScape IP address geolocation tool to help identify IP addresses

Akamai

Akamai

July 15, 2016 11:13 AM

Brexit was a perfect example of how peak traffic can ...

One of the most frustrating experiences online is waiting for a page to load, or trying to complete a transaction for that 'must have' item, and being greeted with an unresponsive screen. In fact, Akamai's 2015 Performance Matters report found that 49% of consumers expect a page to load in two seconds or less. As consumers' expectations for page load-speed increases, their patience for slow-loading websites decreases. Currently, only 51%

Akamai

Akamai

June 27, 2016 1:22 PM

HTTP/2 Performance Monitoring

This blog post is part of an ongoing series where we discuss a wide range of topics related to HTTP/2 (h2). In today's post, I explore why TTFB (Time to First Byte) may not be the best measure of h2 performance. I also address questions regarding why TTFB may be higher for h2, and why that's not necessarily a bad thing.