Most of us believe that content and popularity of websites are the only factors, which are responsible for the success of our sites. But beyond that, even more, important is speed and user experience.
As the internet continues to grow exponentially, we see organizations relying on a great number of devices to support higher and higher standards of uptime and performance. With the release of MetricsView Performance Counter Monitors and SNMP Monitoring Agents, Dotcom-Monitor provides complete website performance monitoring solutions to give you insight into not only how your…
As e-commerce continues to grow, Web performance is being thrust into the spotlight. However, new performance statistics indicate there’s significant work to do to improve overall website performance and reach industry standards.
There’s no doubt about it—users are now just as likely to use their mobile devices instead of their desktop or laptop to surf the web, make purchases and more. What’s more, they expect their mobile user experience to be at least as fast and perform as well as a non-mobile user experience. If a mobile website is slow or performs poorly mobile users are likely to move on – often to a competitor’s mobile website. Here are five tips to help your mobile website meet user expectations.
We explore the distinctions of “high-quality monitoring” and outline what to look for when employing monitoring as part of an SLA management strategy.