Driven by cloud’s attractive pay-as-you-grow pricing, its flexibility and agility, and the ability to add capacity as needed, cloud-based infrastructure and services are being adopted at a dizzying pace. For example, many organizations use Office 365’s cloud-based mail, collaboration and communication services as the dominant workload. However, as services move to the cloud, data centers are no longer local, and end-user experience can suffer. A congested Internet connection between the user and the cloud service will mean sluggish application delivery that puts a damper on user productivity and ultimately threatens application usage. Learn how to address these performance issues.
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