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Riverbed’s Davis Johnson: End-to-End Apps, Network Visibility Key to Federal IT Modernization

Davis Johnson

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Dec. 21, 2016 — A new Riverbed Technology survey has revealed that a majority of federal employees believe latency issues due to bandwidth-intensive applications negatively affect agency productivity, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

One in three federal employee respondents have stated that agencies take more than 24 hours to address application failures and more than half of the 335 survey respondents say that their agency networks are not ready for future rollouts, the company said Dec. 13.

“We’re finding many federal agencies don’t have the visibility tools they need to quickly solve trouble areas before they cause application performance issues, ” said Davis Johnson, vice president of Riverbed’s public sector business.

“What’s needed to prevent performance issues from spoiling the promise of federal IT modernization and digital transformation is better end-to-end application and network visibility.”

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