Network administrators often come to us with problems regarding the speed of their network – it’s simply too slow. This is a major issue for many companies, as businesses depend on reliable, fast networks 24/7. A slow network can be frustrating and even costly. We’ve all experienced slow networks and know it’s not fun.
In order to optimize network performance, it’s critical that the network administrator has complete visibility of their network traffic. A number of factors can contribute to the slow networks problem, but by quickly analyzing faults from multiple network segments and drilling down through multiple layers of analysis, IT managers can pinpoint the exact issues that need correction.
In this whiteboard video, we identify four possible causes of a slow network that you consider while investigating your own organization’s network bottlenecks.