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making copies of data  if the company is making heavy use of SSL, it might make sense to implement an AFE to relieve the servers of the burden of processing the SSL traffic. In addition to high-level factors of the type the preceding paragraph mentioned, the company''s actual traffic patterns also have a significant impact on how much value a network and application optimization solution will provide. To exemplify this, consider the types of advanced compression most solution providers offer. The effectiveness of advanced Read More

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