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Jun 24, 2019 | By Ben Blomberg
Reliability and user experience are no longer just “nice to have” features. Many companies provide similar services and competition is just a click away. Those with state-of-the-art offerings will be ahead of the pack and have more resources for ongoing improvements. Certainly, speed and uptime are not for free, but the good news is that even with a small budget, reliable applications can be realized.
Jun 14, 2019 | By Glenn Lee
When gaming online, your “ping” refers to the time it takes for any input from your mouse, keyboard, or controller to register with the server that is hosting your game. Ping rate is measured in milliseconds and anything below or around 20ms is ideal, however, even slight increases above this can result in noticeable differences. Even with a ping rate of around 100ms, games are still playable, but where you will start seeing significant delays is around 150ms.
May 9, 2019 | By Matt Schmitz
Your customers aren’t shy about what they want. They want a website that loads quickly and efficiently on any device. More people than ever are surfing the internet on their phones. Having a fast website is important for improving search engine rankings and keeping your profits up. The first thing you can do is determine your website’s speed with a free website speed test. Here are six ways to optimize on-page website speed.
Apr 17, 2019 | By Matt Schmitz
Media streaming is becoming popular in our time, thanks to the advancements in technology. A lot has changed, and so has the number of websites that provide these services. Just like any other technology-inspired venture, there are some upsides and downsides of streaming media on a website. Clear Sound and Picture Unlike pirated sites, the video and audio quality of the movies are usually high. You will be streaming the videos in HD.
Mar 13, 2019 | By Matt Schmitz
Accessing a website should be easy, but that’s not always the case when a mobile website is lagging. There are so many requests that are being taken across the globe to provide you with the information and images you need. Here are five common reasons why your website is loading slowly on mobile devices. Your website operates similarly to a vehicle. Whenever a user clicks on your website, they’re turning the key for the engine to start. This sends information to your server so it can load.
Mar 19, 2019 | By DotcomMonitor
The Load Step Curve allows you to manually set a specific number of concurrent users/requests by specifying ramp up/ramp down rates and time. This type of test is useful for ensuring your website or application can handle sudden, or expected, spikes in traffic.