B4: Optimizing Dynamic Applications with Adaptive CDN Technology
Modern web and mobile applications are incredibly complex, distributed and push the boundaries of infrastructure and delivery providers with growing amounts of dynamic, personalized data. With 50% or more of customer-facing content being generated dynamically based on the user's context: their location, device and on-screen behavior, businesses are clamoring for a strategy that will ensure the optimal end user experience. This presentation will review how contextual intelligence and the sequencing of application content can optimize end user experiences on web and mobile devices. Learn how this approach has helped Medical Supply Depot experience increased top line growth and better bottom line execution.
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