@TeridionNet, @Net_Introvert, #NFD12 comments:
The underlying premise is that the Internet is full of traffic jams that are disruptive, and there’s nothing you can do about it. With many businesses moving to cloud-based services for things like e-mail, file storage, and other mission critical applications, we’ve moved from housed- in localized server rooms to massive datacenters around the world. While this looks good for the bottom line(who wants to spend thousands of dollars a year just on heating, cooling, and electrical bills to keep these servers running?), it has moved the backhaul of information from the intranet to the Internet. Enter Teridion.
Teridion definitely has a unique solution to the traffic congestion issues on the Internet. Read on for Dustin’s thoughts.
Read more at: Traffic Optimization with Teridion
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