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A Tidal Wave of Dynamic Web Content Is Coming - How Will You Respond?

White Paper Published By: Riverbed
Riverbed
Published:  Nov 08, 2012
Type:  White Paper
Length:  8 pages

As enterprises shift from desktop apps to web and mobile apps, they have started a tidal wave of dynamic content that will overwhelm traditional web architectures. The move toward richer, more dynamic content applies to both external applications for partners and customers and internal applications for employees. For this study, we define dynamic content as:

  • Dynamically constructed web pages.
  • Real-time information piped into browsers and/or mobile apps.
  • Social networking services. 
  • Apps, applets, and similar content that executes inside a browser and/or mobile app architecture.



Tags : 
web content management, real time information, mobile apps, web content optimization