It gives me great pleasure to share with you that Radware has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders Quadrant for its Application Delivery Controllers in the October 30, 2013 Magic Quadrant. If you’re not quite familiar with the report, let me just point out that it is of top importance to decision makers among enterprise, carrier, and cloud data centers when considering buying an ADC/load balancer. If you didn’t have the chance to review the report, you can access it here.read more
Mobility is without a doubt, a big part of the IT landscape. As employees increasingly use enterprise applications (such as CRM, ERP and HR applications) while on the go, the enterprise workforce has become more mobile. Adding to this, employees utilize their own mobiles devices for application access (BYOD – “bring your own device”), which means an increase in the variety of mobile devices from both compatibility and security viewpoints. Even outside of the enterprise, many of us increasingly use iPhones, iPads or Android-powered mobile devices for reading emails, chatting, streaming videos, browsing the Internet and more.read more
Load balancers, also known as Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs), are often being deployed with today’s enterprise and web applications. What should you look for in an ADC? What factors must you consider? What benefits should you make sure an ADC has to offer? In this post, I break down the top six pitfalls to avoid when selecting a load balancer to help guide your ADC purchasing process.read more
Daniel R. Scoggin, former President and CEO of TGI Fridays, said it best: “The only way to know how customers see your business is to look at it through their eyes.” Although Quality of Experience (QoE) is a subjective measurement, it is the only measurement that counts for customers.read more
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