Going Cloud-First to Accelerate WAN Transformation
Going Cloud-First to Accelerate WAN Transformation
For network architects and engineers, the WAN experience is typically seen through the eyes of telco carrier relationships. In many cases, this experience isn’t necessarily a positive one. The process of working with a telco carrier to[...]
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How service level agreements can ensure real uptime
How service level agreements can ensure real uptime
Large telcos and networking vendors have long used service level agreements (SLAs) to overpromise and underdeliver, leaving customers with serious service issues and substandard connectivity. Vendors are, of course, obliged to fulfil any agreement they make with[...]
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Five Key Considerations When Using SD-WAN to Accelerate Office 365
Five Key Considerations When Using SD-WAN to Accelerate Office 365
Enterprises migrating to Microsoft’s Office 365 cloud-based offerings are learning the hard way that application performance varies wildly when end users are dispersed around the globe. Microsoft reports that more than 50% of its commercial Office customers[...]
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Four Questions to Ask Before Deploying SD-WAN
SD-WAN has become the definitive buzzword in enterprise networking, and if you’re a decision maker in IT, chances are the technology has come up in conversation. According to Gartner, by 2018, 40% of WAN edge infrastructure will[...]
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What if You Could Software-Define MPLS?
What if your MPLS could: Be deployed in hours or days through one single provider? Provide seamless access to cloud and SaaS applications, along with private connectivity to the branch office or data center? Include WAN Optimization[...]
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4 Major Impacts to SD-WAN in 2017
In 2016, the market began to show signs that many IT leaders were looking at SD-WAN as an alternative to MPLS for their enterprise network. According to Gartner, the SD-WAN market has over 2000 paying customers and[...]
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