Application Delivery in Uncertain Times [Free Ebook]
Learn how evolving your approach to load balancing critical systems could help prepare you for the future.
COVID-19 has taught the IT industry that worst case scenarios really do happen.
During the pandemic, organizations of all sizes needed to empower
their employees to work from home, with just a few days’ notice, and provide
large numbers of users with reliable remote access to mission-critical systems.
These sudden increases in application usage placed a strain on many IT
infrastructures, with users reporting slow application response times and downtime.
These events have taught organizations that they need simpler load balancing solutions they can set up quickly, manage remotely and trust to deliver exceptional reliability for mission-critical applications in any situation.
eBook: Learn how evolving your approach to load balancing critical systems could help prepare you for the future
COVID-19 has taught the IT industry a valuable lesson: worst case scenarios really do happen. For hospitals and other healthcare organizations, the pandemic put IT systems under pressure like never before, with non-frontline staff and clinicians suddenly requiring remote access to both office-based systems and healthcare IT solutions to access and analyze critical patient data.