Top 3 ways third-party tags affect your bottom line

Digital businesses are innovating quickly to meet customer expectations and competitive pressures. To do so, they are using third-party tags and scripts to add functionality to their websites. But these third-party tags can present issues for website speed, security, and reliability.

Your website is most likely already using third-party tags (the average website has at least 30), and they may be impacting the user experience of your website without you realizing it. Today’s consumers want near-instant page loads on reliable sites they trust. When website pages are slow to load, your customers don’t wait around—they click to your competitors.

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The future of eCommerce

Knowing what customers want from their eCommerce experience is crucial to success. As we look toward the future, we know that secure, personal, and fast experiences will be the cornerstone of growth for online retailers. Learn more about the state of eCommerce, and prepare for a successful future with Instart’s insights and predictions.

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How to create and enforce a performance budget

Balancing website optimization and customization is always a challenge. While it is important for your website to look good, the performance of your website is just as important to the experience. The modern website requires features like personalization, analytics, chatbots, or even ads in order to provide customers with a unique experience each time they visit, but all of these features come at a cost. Setting a performance budget at the beginning of the design phase can help you find the right balance between adding needed functionality without impacting usability or speed.

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An intelligent foundation for business datasheet

Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 8 provides an intelligent, stable, and security ­focused foundation for modern, agile business operations. Consistency across infrastructure allows you to deploy applications, workloads, and services using the same tools, regardless of location. As a result, you can deploy and operate the enterprise hybrid cloud environment your business needs faster and with less effort. Download the datasheet to learn more.

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The trillion dollar impact of Red Hat Enterprise Linux infographic

Out of $188 trillion of worldwide business revenue in 2019, $10 trillion is touched by Red Hat Enterprise Linux. About 900,000 people are employed by Red Hat and its ecosystem, powering 1.7 million IT professionals who work on Red Hat­enabled systems for a total of 2.6 million in Red Hat–related positions in 2019. Download the infographic to see how.

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IDC: Economic Impact of Red Hat Enterprise Linux

This IDC whitepaper sizes the economic impact of Red Hat Enterprise Linux in the global economy. The software and applications running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux will "touch" $10 trillion of business revenue this year and grow at twice the rate of the economy. Further, IDC predicts that Red Hat Enterprise Linux will provide economic benefits of more than $1 trillion a year to customers and will save IT organizations nearly $7 billion this year alone.

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The Definitive Guide to Enterprise Data Backup and Recovery Architectures

Modern data environments are distributed with endpoint, data center, and cloud workloads. On-premises data protection has not kept pace — while the cloud offers less expensive and more scalable solutions that are significantly easier to manage and maintain.

Download this eBook and learn:

  • The important differences between on-premises, hybrid, hosted, and cloud-native data protection and management solutions
  • The ABCs of recovery time objectives (RTOs) in the cloud
  • How cloud reliability has increased with improved physical security, continuous monitoring, frequent security audits, and new compliance measures
  • Questions for finding the right cloud data protection strategy

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The Cloud-­First Data Protection Playbook

A growing number of businesses are adopting a cloud-first strategy, and data protection is often one of the first IT functions to migrate to cloud. However, simply relocating legacy backup solutions can lead to unexpected costs, incomplete data, and compromised performance. It can also make complying with regional data privacy rules more difficult.

Businesses migrating to the cloud need solutions that protect and manage data across endpoint, data center, and cloud workloads.

Download this strategic playbook and learn:

  • Why you should move data protection to the cloud
  • Reasons why businesses are going cloud-­first
  • Benefits of cloud­-native backup and recovery
  • 6 steps for a smooth transition to cloud backup and recovery

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Druva turns up the heat in the DRaaS market with new enterprise features

Protecting and managing data is becoming more complex and costly, especially with ransomware, GDPR, backup/recovery and data locality requirements. That’s why your organization should start thinking about deploying a cloud backup and disaster recovery solution to overcome these challenges.

Read the 451 Research Report and you’ll discover why the DRaaS market is “white­hot,” key DRaaS trends, and how Druva fits into the equation:

  • Exponential acceleration of data moving to the cloud
  • Data protection giving way to data management
  • Merging of backup, DR, and business continuity functions
  • Need for analytics and machine learning techniques to determine the relative value of data

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SD-WAN for Microsoft Office 365

People depend on a seamless Office 365 user experience to be productive. But, backhauling SaaS traffic over private networks can strain your WAN, leading to a poor user experience. Watch this video to learn how Citrix SD-WAN intelligently identifies, prioritizes, and routes Office 365 traffic to reduce latency and boost performance.

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Deliver the ultimate Office 365 experience with SD-WAN while reducing bottlenecks, simplifying deployment, and minimizing complexities improving overall end-user experience and performance in our rapidly changing experience economy. Read this guide to learn how you can deliver the ultimate experience leveraging Citrix SD-WAN on Azure.

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Citrix SD-WAN for Azure Virtual WAN

As applications continue to migrate to the cloud, and companies continue to operate across geographically dispersed locations, enterprise branch offices need an access solution that is purpose-built for the internet with enhanced security and improved reliability. Branch offices need to be able to optimize and scale Azure performance to deliver reliable access to resources. Read more to find out how Citrix SD-WAN on Azure can help you own the future of networking.

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Scale, Simplify and Secure your Digital Workspace with Citrix SD- WAN and Microsoft

On its own, Citrix SD-WAN is a powerful tool that can help you secure, scale, and simplify branch networking with a high-performance workspace. But did you know that since Citrix is a Microsoft Virtual WAN preferred partner, SD-WAN customers can experience even faster onboarding to workloads in Azure? And that's just the beginning. Read more to learn the true power of Citrix SD-WAN on Azure.

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Case Study: Zerto and Microsoft Azure

Education Provider Saves Millions with Zerto and Microsoft Azure.

Learn how a global online education provider realized $2M in IT cost savings and 20-second RPOs by embracing hybrid cloud with Zerto and Azure.

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