Network Optimisation: How can you manage what you can’t see?


Network Optimisation

By Open Reality | 17/11/2015

Network Optimisation

Network Optimisation: How can you manage what you can’t see?

Blindfold ThumbWhenever you take a management training course the phrase “you can’t manage what you can’t measure” pops up; at least it does for me.  In network optimisation and application performance we find this to be true time and again.  You can’t manage for improvement if you don’t measure to see what is getting better and what isn’t. In the IT environment this is even more pertinent as it can be hard to see what you need to; you need visibility of network traffic in order to measure and then manage performance and improvement.

Many organisations don’t have satisfactory visibility of network traffic and as more medium sized business are starting to put an increasing number of applications and data in the cloud they run the risk of blocking their Internet connection – and then probably spending money on increasing its size.  Visibility and management is key to maintaining great application performance and it will save you money in the long run.

Open Reality, and sister company BrightCloud, offer a trouble shooting service to help you identify network problems and develop a managed optimised network that augments your existing network provider with the ability to prioritise and control applications to ensure that yours run well. We partner with the best network optimisation partners in the industry and recommend a range of tools and solutions that will help you to improve network optimisation and application performance, protecting your investment and ensuring that users have the access they need to drive business success.

Visibility is the key to great network optimisation and  application performance – you can’t manage what you can’t see. Let us help you optimise your network and make the best of your infrastructure. You’ll soon have happy users creating a better business!

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