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Bad news. Customers and end-users are reporting that your organization's web sites and applications are sluggish. Loading takes an unreasonably long time and your apps don't respond quickly. You jump into triage mode to try to find the source of the problem. But the problem is that everything looks fine on your end. Your sites and applications have been tested and proven to be well coded and fast, your server infrastructure has been optimized and tuned, and all of your dashboards and performance monitoring tools look good. So if the problem isn't anywhere in your infrastructure, where could it be? Surprisingly, the cause of your poor web performance may not be in your server room or network; in fact, it's often completely out of your control. Where could this problem be? Well, have you checked with your DNS provider? BAD DNS TRIPS CAN RUIN WEB PERFORMANCE February, 2015 The cause of poor web performance may not be in the server room or network; in fact, it's often completely out of an organization's control. Smart businesses looking for the cause of poor web performance will want to check with their DNS provider. Jim Rapoza, Senior Research Analyst & Editorial Director, Information Technology

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