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The nature of work has changed fundamentally and forever and it continues to evolve rapidly. Geographic distance and borders are increasingly irrelevant and transparent. The traditional roles of employees and employers, the 9 to 5 working day and places of work are all shifting. Underpinning these macro shifts is the advent of very fast Internet, paired with other mobile and collaborative technologies. Organisations that are not embracing a new way of working and communicating risk not just impacting productivity but the ability to recruit and retain the next generation of employees. The Flexible Working whitepaper looks at why the workplace is changing, the benefits of supporting a more flexible work environment and how to build a Roadmap to “tomorrow’s workplace”.
The most common means for enterprises to connect branch offices into the corporate data center is predictable, reliable, and relatively secure. Yet multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) is also expensive and inflexible, often requiring months to bring up a new branch. Today’s hyper-connected, cloud-based environments demand greater agility and efficiency. Enter the software-defined WAN, which can address this shortcoming in traditional WAN architectures by putting an overlay on top of them. In this eGuide, Network World and Computerworld explore the trends in software defined networks and offer in-depth advice on addressing the key limitations of today’s VPNs. Read on to see how software-defined WANs could help your company maximise its investments in the cloud. Download whitepaper »
Replicating data to a remote data center hundreds or even thousands of miles away helps enterprises improve the chances of surviving a regional disaster and ensuring business continuity. But when distance between sites increases, application performance suffers and networking costs escalate. This is why Kingston Technology, one of the world’s largest independent manufacturers of memory products, turned to Silver Peak to re-design its WAN. Download whitepaper »
Gartner predicts that by 2018 SaaS will become the dominant model for consuming application functionality for approximately 80% of all organizations1 . So how will your MPLS solution stand up to the flexibility, agility, insight and control needed for the new world of “connect anywhere to anything” at Cloud speed? Can it do all of this and compete at the price of a broadband Internet connection? Download this whitepaper to find our more! Download whitepaper »
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