As small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) extend corporate digital strategies with video and social media capabilities, personalized content, and dynamic applications, they must align their cloud strategies and edge services requirements to support a robust user experience. A new study from Forrester Consulting (commissioned by Oracle Dyn) reveals that infrastructure disruptions threaten to derail user experience, but SMEs are in a strong position to reap the benefits of edge services, ensuring reliability, performance, and security. In short, to build a complete cloud footprint and overcome infrastructure volatility, both edge services and core cloud computing are important components of a digital infrastructure.
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