A Year in Review & Looking Ahead to 2021

Dear WAN Enthusiast,

Perhaps 2020 represented one of the greatest human migrations in history – from the office to home! 2021 should start to see the trend reverse, as normalcy returns. The next generation of WAN architectures will place significant emphasis on managing change with cloud-first principles. This edition puts the spotlight on several Aryaka customers that are already paving the way. Here’s to a healthy and successful 2021!

Best,
Shashi

Shashi Kiran

Shashi Kiran
Chief Marketing Officer
Aryaka Networks


Announcing Dreamers and Doers:
A New Podcast Series

Join us for our very first episode of Dreamers & Doers, our newly launched podcast series, featuring Aryaka customer Mehul Patel, Technical Director of Infrastructure & Security at Amyris. We discuss how Amyris, a global biotechnology company, was able to adapt to the new work-from-home normal and how an unpredictable 2020 shaped the company’s 2021 strategy.

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Aryaka CEO Matt Carter Reflects on 2020;
Looks Forward to 2021

Aryaka CEO Matt Carter reflects on the ups and downs of 2020, discussing how Aryaka helped customers manage new challenges and remain dynamic in times of uncertainty, and shares the company’s strategy for 2021.

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Customer Spotlight: World Fuel Services

Richard Delisser, SVP of Land Technology and Global Infrastructure at World Fuel Services, discusses the changing environment for network infrastructure and multi-cloud connectivity, how the company managed the big shift to remote work in 2020 and, looking ahead, how that shift has impacted the company’s IT priorities.

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Aryaka Named a Great Place to Work – Again!

We’re proud to share we’ve been named to Fortune’s Great Place to Work list for the second consecutive year – and with improvements! Ninety-eight percent of Aryaka employees reported having a consistently positive experience, up from 94% in 2020.

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Did You Know? Remote Work is Here to Stay

According to Great Place to Work survey respondents, remote workers now make up, on average, 65% of Fortune 500 companies as compared to 16% in pre-COVID times. And, three out of five executives believe that at least 25% of their workforce will continue working remotely full-time.