Caching Services: Today’s Filing Cabinet
Remember the days before the Internet? Can you recall lines of filing cabinets slowly filling up with paper files over time? Perhaps you or someone you know had a job as file manager or records manager. Sooner or later, as your business grew, you had to add even more file cabinets, or you had to purge the existing files, or you did a combination of both.
The file cabinet is alive and well in even the most tech-savvy businesses out there. In today’s Internet environment, it is known as a cache, and caching services are becoming more vital to today’s businesses with every passing day.
Caching services allow companies to access vital documents and information that are not needed on a day-to-day basis, but that need to remain available whenever the situation calls for such retrieval.
Having the right website servers to deal with caching along with an appropriate Internet application and protocol for calling up cached data remains vital. The data needs to be available and accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
For many businesses their records need to be accessible from almost any point on the globe. Accessing the data also needs to be accurate and fast, for today’s Internet consumers expect a site to load fast and work efficiently.
Otherwise, they’ll head to the competition’s site instead. Medianova provides caching and site acceleration services for organizations such as corporations, universities, and government agencies so they can free up their Internet connections for other aspects of their businesses.
Medianova prides itself on its deeply distributed computing, caching and storage servers. It realizes how important it is to have dependable, reliable solutions always ready, no matter how much computing muscle is needed by an client.
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