Compuware APM(R)—Gomez—has been cited as the #1 provider of web performance monitoring solutions to the largest online retailers in the U.S. for the sixth consecutive year according to Internet Retailer Magazine.
According to the Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide 2012, 116 of the top 500 online retailers use Compuware Gomez’s web performance monitoring solution, more than any other web performance monitoring solution, including No. 2 AlertSite (acquired by SmartBear), 77 customers and No. 3 Keynote Systems, 43 customers.
Big Data is also the nucleus of a new and growing industry, injecting a much-needed shot of adrenaline in the business end of computing. It must be important; in March President Obama made it a $200 million line item in the U.S. Federal Budget. But what the heck is Big Data?
Thoughts? Empowering Employees the right way. Possible Blog Post Idea.
The lesson: don’t get ahead of yourself. No matter how important you are, there are policies and protocol to follow. It’s something that any manager in any business can take to heart, and it’s a reminder that whether it’s a $1,000 laptop or $300 million in jerseys, you have to keep your bosses informed.
We’re just beginning to explore this potential source of innovation on the web, and we are curious to see how these proposed new TLDs will fare in the existing TLD environment. By opening up more choices for Internet domain names, we hope people will find options for more diverse—and perhaps shorter—signposts in cyberspace. Posted by Vint Cerf, Chief Internet Evangelist