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Tourists solve tough network issues using Riverbed Cascade

January 4, 2013
Tourists solve tough network issues using Riverbed Cascade

www.riverbed.com Riverbed Cascade, an application-aware Network Performance Management solution, receives accolades for its ease of use and intuitive interface. Simple to say but tough to prove, so Chris White, Director, Riverbed Technology Council, took to the streets of Boston to find out from the average summer tourist if this claim is really true. Hear what these folks have to say in this interview-style video. Updated Description: Riverbed Cascade, an application-aware Network Performance Management solution, receives accolades for its ease of use and intuitive interface. We sent Chris White, Senior Director of the Riverbed Technology Council, to the streets of Boston to see if the average bystander would be able to diagnose rather complicated network performance issues using data found easily within the Cascade UI. Cascade products integrate end-to-end network monitoring with deep packet capture and packet analysis for proactive alerting and robust network troubleshooting. As the only application-aware NPM solution to combine flow data and packet data into a single logical data store, Cascade products deliver a broad, yet detailed view into network and application performance. For more information about Riverbed Cascade, visit: www.riverbed.com

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(Beginner Friendly!) How to Speed up your Computer in Windows 7 / Vista / XP

August 18, 2012
(Beginner Friendly!) How to Speed up your Computer in Windows 7 / Vista / XP

This is a short video on the most basic but effective way to speed up your average Windows computer.

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Gear Head Wireless Keyboard and Mouse KB5200W Review

June 19, 2011
Gear Head Wireless Keyboard and Mouse KB5200W Review

This keyboard and mouse are great. The keyboard feel really nice and is easy to type on. It features a full keyboard with a number pad. There are no indicator lights or num lock or caps lock, but I am sure that is to help the battery life. The mouse is also really nice as well. It feels good in the hand and is a little smaller than your average mouse. I have not had any problems with the Gear Head KB5200W wireless mouse and keyboard and have had it for about a month now. If you have any questions feel free to answer below. ======================links================================== Twitter: www.twitter.com Gear Head Website:www.pcgearhead.com Amazon.com: www.amazon.com

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