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4 Spooky Reasons Why the Internet is Slowing Your Business Performance

Posted on October 30, 2017 By Shilpa Swamy

From vampires and mummies to witches and zombies, Halloween can bring out some scary creatures, but nothing is scarier for an IT manager than slow and unreliable connectivity and application performance. Aryaka recently published the State of[...]
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SD-WAN + Internet: The New Corporate Network?

Posted on October 12, 2017 By Shehzad Karkhanawala

Think the public Internet is a good option for deploying business- and mission-critical applications? Read this post and then download our latest report for the facts. Business is moving to the cloud. Everything, from productivity applications, like[...]
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Five Reasons Why Telcos Won’t Solve IoT Connectivity

Posted on October 5, 2017 By Jason Wells

By 2018, the Internet of Things (IoT) is projected to be an industry worth 470 billion dollars. The changes in networking needs for IoT will open multiple opportunities for both new and existing companies in the connectivity[...]
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Why You Need to Stop Buying MPLS Now

Posted on September 7, 2017 By Shilpa Swamy

Every contract ends sometime, and it’s possible that one of your MPLS contracts is ending soon. Before you settle for spending another several months or years on a “good enough” legacy solution, consider phasing out your network[...]
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Thinking Different with Your Office 365 Deployment

Posted on August 31, 2017 By Mouli Radhakrishnan

Abstracting our applications into the cloud has made it easier for IT to distribute, manage, and update software for the global enterprise – but the simplicity of the technology does not come without caveats. With applications moving[...]
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Moving Beyond MPLS: A Global SD-WAN is the Future of the Digital-First Enterprise

Posted on August 24, 2017 By Shehzad Karkhanawala

“Organizations with digital-ready networks are realizing two to three times the revenue growth as compared to organizations whose digital initiatives are resting on legacy networks.” -Nikhil Batra, Senior Research Manager, AP Telecom Practice, IDC Asia/Pacific Every organization[...]
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How Aryaka Makes an Impact on the Remote and Mobile Workforce

Posted on August 23, 2017 By Mouli Radhakrishnan

Recently, 451 Research, took a look at Aryaka’s SmartACCESS, the first clientless SD-WAN for the remote and mobile workforce, and offered its take on the solution. Optimizing Application Performance over VPN Remote access has, historically, been a[...]
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Is There a Tear in Your Network Fabric?

Posted on August 17, 2017 By Shilpa Swamy

If the enterprise WAN is like a fabric, stitched together with hardware, software, and the human resources who maintain it, it’s possible that the advent of the cloud has created a large hole. Is there a tear[...]
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SD-WAN Providers Are Ignoring Remote Access

Posted on August 9, 2017 By Jason Wells

The WAN wasn’t built in a day – but you’d think that SD-WAN providers would have at least spent some time considering how to build one of the most important pieces of the WAN into their cloud[...]
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Is it really true that “no one gets fired for buying AT&T?”

Posted on August 1, 2017 By Gary Sevounts

Not for long: a look at the disruptive forces upending the networking status quo – and why you won’t hear about those forces from the incumbent telecom providers: Collaboration is key to the success of any global[...]
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MPLS: Massive, Painful Layoffs (in) Store?

Posted on July 20, 2017 By Gary Sevounts

What do the numbers 4000 and 1100 have to do with your enterprise WAN? Those are the number of layoffs taking place at British Telecom and Cisco. Along with a big layoff at Riverbed (a WAN Optimization[...]
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SD-WAN Lost My Voice – And Aryaka Found It

Posted on July 14, 2017 By Gary Sevounts

Voice and video are notoriously problematic for enterprises looking to connect their offices and remote users around the globe – a problem that grows in each passing year as businesses continue to globalize. In a recent article[...]
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