Predictive Performance
sponsored by Limelight Networks, Inc.

Today, website performance is synonymous with the word “speed.” Here’s the problem with that: many companies are trying to boost their “performance” by merely increasing the speed at which users access their content. But the biggest issue with that is when performance needs to increase, companies are focusing on only one area.

When users fall off, there’s a good chance that it is not just because of speed problems. Many organisations do not even know that just because their website has very low load times, it doesn’t necessarily mean that their website performance is top-notch.

The following white paper details how to measure your website performance in its entirety in order to make accurate decisions on how to increase the user experience. Click on the link below to discover ways to truly boost your websites’ performance and how you can accurately assess which areas need to be improved upon. 

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