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FoundationSP use WebTuna to help Ricardo engineer faster SharePoint globally

FoundationSP use WebTuna to help Ricardo engineer faster SharePoint globally

The challenge Ricardo is a global, strategic engineering and environmental agency, with more than 3000 employees, that specialises in transport, energy and scarce-resource sectors. They were facing significant performance challenges in their UK-hosted SharePoint platform, due to the communication latency to the US and China, which affected many of their users. FoundationSP is a contemporary […]

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Seeing Red!

Seeing Red!

If you have ever used WebTuna then you will know that we try to colour-code the performance data using a fairly standard red-amber-green (RAG) model. Red indicates poor performance and green indicates good performance.  So what determines good and bad performance? Our starting point is the host or domain SLA. By default this is set at […]

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Where is my SharePoint Online data centre?

Where is my SharePoint Online data centre?

Following on from Mick McGuinness’ excellent article on Keeping intranet home pages lean  I thought it would be interesting to see where those intranet home pages were being served from, in particular SharePoint Online home pages. We are seeing an increasing number of our customers moving to SharePoint Online. One of the big challenges is making sure […]

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Eating our own dog food!

Eating our own dog food!

WebTuna Software Ltd is closely related to Application Performance Ltd (it shares directors). Application Performance specialises in selling application performance monitoring (APM) products. So you would expect WebTuna to use APM tools and we do. It is known colloquially as eating your own dog food. In other words, practising what you preach. We make extensive […]

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