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Wednesday, 23 May 2012 12:05

Corporates hit by killer software

Written by Nick Farrell



Software has blindspots


Corporate networks across Europe are experiencing significant performance problems due to software blind spots.

In a report entitled ‘Killer Apps 2012’, Ipanema Technologies and Easynet found that performance problems are common across networks. More than 74 percent said that enterprise critical applications such as line of business, ERP or CRM, and video-based applications being those most at risk.

The report said that there was worrying trend on how such problems are discovered, with user complaints the second most common source of monitoring issues across networks. More than 82 per cent of companies reported speed and responsiveness problems over the last year. 

Enterprise, line of business, voice and collaboration software was the most likely to suffer performance problems. More than 43 per cent of companies highlighted that these problems were becoming more frequent.

Nick Farrell

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