More than half the federal government IT employees responding to a recent survey say they are worried their IT systems will struggle to deliver good user experiences as more agency employees return to working in offices instead of remotely, according to a new survey released today by Riverbed® and Swish.
Riverbed today announced that CRN has named three Riverbed executives to its prestigious 2019 Women of the Channel list.
Riverbed | Aternity today announced that Shelf Drilling, an offshore drilling company providing shallow water services to the oil and gas industry, has successfully implemented Riverbed® SaaS Accelerator and Riverbed® SteelHead™ to overcome the inherent bandwidth limitations of the VSAT links used to connect its off-shore rigs to mission-critical on-premises and cloud-based applications.
Over 80% of C-Suite, business and IT decision makers believe that digital performance is critical to business growth. More than 1,700 technology executives, across six countries, share their attitudes to innovation, productivity, human behaviour and IT capabilities in Riverbed’s latest research report.
Riverbed|Aternity today announced that it successfully completed its recapitalization, reducing debt by over $1 billion and bringing in $100 million of new cash, positioning the Company for growth and continued success over the long term. The recapitalization was completed through an expedited voluntary court-supervised process.
Riverbed|Aternity today announced that, as part of its recapitalization, which was finalized today, seven directors have been appointed to the Company’s new Board of Directors (the “Board”). These appointments became effective on December 7, 2021, upon the completion of the Company’s recapitalization and voluntary court-supervised process.
Business leaders around the world are comfortable and optimistic about the broad scale shift toward remote work, according to the Riverbed Future of Work Global Survey 2020 that included 700 business decision makers, however findings also indicate the vast majority of organizations were not well prepared when the COVID-19 pandemic began.