Even if you run an SD-WAN today, it’s time to check what’s new
The world of IT has changed – and it is still changing. Work-from-home has become work-from-anywhere, security has rocketed up the enterprise agenda, SaaS applications and cloud services are in use everywhere, and over it all, IT departments face static or slow-growing budgets and significant skills shortages.
Against that backdrop, has your network infrastructure kept up? It’s a particularly pertinent question in relation to your SD-WAN, given that work has become even more distributed. And answering it meaningfully doesn’t just require taking a step back to consider how use cases and requirements have evolved, but also having a proper look at what’s been going on in the technology space to ensure you’re taking full advantage of what’s on offer today.
This document is designed to help with this. Our aim is not to teach you stuff you already know, but to give you a framework within which you can get your thoughts straight, objectively assess where you are, and move forward with confidence.
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Bryan is a technology enthusiast and industry veteran. He has been analysing, explaining and writing about IT and business in a highly engaging manner for around three decades. His experience spans the early days of minicomputers and PC technology, through the emergence of cellular data and smart mobile devices, to the latest developments of the software-defined age in which we all live today. Over his career, Bryan has seen at first-hand how IT changes the world – and how the world changes IT – and he brings that extensive insight to his role as an industry analyst.
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