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Freight company wins, wins and wins again with SD-WAN service

Freight company wins, wins and wins again with SD-WAN service

Posted on March 6, 2019 By Jig Ruparel

Mark Baker, the former CIO of JAS Forwarding Worldwide, a recognized leader in global freight forwarding and logistics, found a network solution to support his company’s effort to consolidate and centralize its global ERP resources, and then[...]
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Manufacturing Company Wins Big with New SD-WAN Service Platform

Manufacturing Company Wins Big with New SD-WAN Service Platform

Posted on February 22, 2019 By Patrick Chen

Glenn Hensley, IT infrastructure manager at Makino, a leading maker of manufacturing tools for a range of vertical industries, was running out of patience with the wide area network linking company facilities in North America, Asia, and[...]
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Chemical Company Solves Knotty Network Problem with a Global SD-WAN Service

Chemical Company Solves Knotty Network Problem with a Global SD-WAN Service

Posted on February 14, 2019 By Jig Ruparel

Platform Specialty Products (PSP), now Element Solutions, grew through acquisition and the process left the company with a global network pieced together with inherited parts that was complex, hard to manage and had begun to limit options[...]
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CIO of Semiconductor Company Solves Critical Network Problem Using a Fully Managed SD-WAN Service

CIO of Semiconductor Company Solves Critical Network Problem Using a Fully Managed SD-WAN Service

Posted on February 7, 2019 By Jig Ruparel

Kenny Gilbert, CIO of TDK InvenSense, hadn’t been on the job for more than a few weeks when employees started lining up at his door to complain about the performance of the company’s wide area network. TDK[...]
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How Global Connectivity Impacts the Convergence of Information Technology and Operational Technology

How Global Connectivity Impacts the Convergence of Information Technology and Operational Technology

Posted on January 24, 2019 By Syed Ghayur

Previously, operational technology (OT) was isolated solely in the machines used for manufacturing, energy maintenance, and logistics. Though many of these tools for monitoring had digital controls, they were closed and not connected to a network. The[...]
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CIOs: Is the Cloud driving you Crazy?

CIOs: Is the Cloud driving you Crazy?

Posted on January 22, 2019 By Sindhuja Kolluru

Today’s CIOs face a number of heavy demands in building and managing a network for their global employees. Enabling workers to access cloud applications from anywhere, any time, on any device can be a difficult balancing act[...]
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SD-WAN Best Practices for Manufacturing and Digital TransformationHow IT Can Help Global Enterprises Increase Productivity up to 20x

SD-WAN Best Practices for Manufacturing and Digital TransformationHow IT Can Help Global Enterprises Increase Productivity up to 20x

Posted on January 16, 2019 By Patrick Chen

In a recent study conducted by Aryaka, the average data response time for a 200MB file ranges from 68 to 135 minutes over Internet based network infrastructures, depending on the distance. If you calculated the amount of[...]
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5 Ways to Manage Network Complexity with a Network and Application Visibility Portal

5 Ways to Manage Network Complexity with a Network and Application Visibility Portal

Posted on January 10, 2019 By Jig Ruparel

Compared to what typical enterprise network architectures looked like a decade or so ago, current global WAN deployments are like a complicated maze and continue to increase in complexity. What used to be a simple hub and[...]
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Network as a Service: Consume or Construct

Network as a Service: Consume or Construct

Posted on December 27, 2018 By Eli Lazich

Cloud adoption is on the rise and the need for optimal connectivity is greater than ever. According to a recent forecast from Gartner, cloud computing remains a major driver of IT spending. Research indicates by 2022, more[...]
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Why Pay Telcos More for Lower Levels of Support?

Posted on December 18, 2018 By Vidyaranya Maddi

What is the true value of excellent customer support? A select group of highly successful companies across the globe certainly know the answer. Industry leaders such as Apple, FedEx, and Zappos.com have fueled their growth due in[...]
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SD-WAN as a Service with Global Private Network:<br><span style='font-size: 85%;text-transform: none;letter-spacing: normal;'>An Express Lane for Your Mission-Critical Traffic<span>

SD-WAN as a Service with Global Private Network:
An Express Lane for Your Mission-Critical Traffic

Posted on December 13, 2018 By Syed Ghayur

Los Angeles has the 4th longest commute times in the country and citizens there spend an average of 81 hours per year in traffic. There are ways to sidestep the gridlock, as we’ll discuss, but both the[...]
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How SD-WAN as a Service Overcomes MPLS Limitations

How SD-WAN as a Service Overcomes MPLS Limitations

Posted on December 11, 2018 By Jig Ruparel

Although MPLS has served the enterprise well for years, it can no longer adequately meet the demands of global enterprises. Over 50% of enterprise WAN traffic now involves cloud. MPLS was designed before the cloud era, for[...]
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