Google

Excerpt from the Google: evaluation:

"No other company in the world can match Google’s infrastructure, but performance and
support do not always scale adequately. There have been incidents where companies with
larger volumes of traffic have experienced delays in obtaining report results. For example, a
report based on a year’s worth of data and included a million page views hung and never
completed. ..."

(P. 118 in the Report. )

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