What a Content Delivery Network (CDN) is, and why all businesses need one
This eBook will help you understand how a Content Delivery Network (CDN) works, why to use it and how to find the right CDN provider
Please fill in the form to download the ebook and learn all there is to know about Content Delivery Networks.
Regardless of industry, all businesses today must have a website that performs well. Why? Because it is the first port of call for anyone that wants to find out more about a company and its product or services.
But while many organisations will invest heavily in design, SEO, and creating an attractive website, that hard work can be undermined by poor website performance. In fact, a slow loading website can have long-lasting, damaging effects – not only will potential customers believe your website isn’t secure, they will have a negative perception of your brand, and ultimately, a poor performing website can be the difference between a sale and a loss – impacting your bottom line.
Our white paper, ‘A Guide to Content Delivery Networks’, outlines:
The interaction between a user and online content is far more complex today than it was a few years ago. Every day, more and more users around the world interact and share information, images, and games over the Internet, stream a a longer video from a mobile phone or access a SaaS portal when working from home.
With so much rich, heavy content exchanged and shared every day, guaranteeing fast delivery to globally dispersed site visitors is no small feat.
A Content Delivery Network (CDN) can help you tackle these challenges.
Download our eBook now to learn more about fast and reliable content delivery and how cloud computing is creating opportunities for businesses to expand their reach to a global scale.