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The primary reason for the popularity of the traditional branch office WAN architecture is that until recently there hadn’t been a fundamentally new WAN technology or architecture introduced into the marketplace since the introduction of MPLS almost twenty years ago. That situation began to change a couple of years ago with the introduction of a new class of WAN solutions that takes a software-centric approach to providing WAN products and services. This new class of solutions is typically referred to as a Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN). The large and growing interest in SD-WANs was discussed in a report by Transparency Market Research. According to that report, the global SD-WAN market will expand at a 51.4% CAGR between 2017 and 2025. Rising at this rate, the market will likely become worth US$34.35 billion by 2025.
A majority of IT organizations are experiencing significant changes that impact the requirements for their distributed branch networks. Mobility, cloud-based applications, and Internet of Things (IoT) are altering traffic flows and increasing bandwidth requirements. Employees and guests expect Internet connectivity, which means that employee-facing and IoT devices need reliable, low latency access to their data and applications, and must be securely on-boarded as they interact with centralized services. IT organizations do not have the level of control they once did with traditional architectures, and now face increasing pressure to support these new initiatives even as budget and resources remain lean.
Distributed organizations such as retail, hospitality and healthcare are undergoing a digital transformation to better meet evolving business objectives and compete within their industries. This frequently means that IT must improve operations, deploy new services faster and deliver an enhanced and secure user experience.
Forrester interviewed and surveyed several customers with years of experience using Adobe Acrobat DC to examine the potential ROI enterprises may realise by deploying Adobe Acrobat DC. The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential impact of an Adobe Acrobat DC investment on their organisations.
This case study shares insights on how REA Group overcame: Delivering a superior customer experience through digital transformation Staying competitive by expanding business and services to new customers and markets Creating internal efficiencies to improve productivity
Worldwide, organisations are adopting electronic signature solutions to help reduce their carbon footprint, streamline business processes, improve security and record-keeping, and reduce costs. It is projected that over 100 million electronic signature transactions will be made annually in Australia by 2020.1 Yet, a recent study has found that less than 20% of Australian businesses are currently prepared for this.2 In this paper, we will review the law as it relates to electronic signatures by analysing how such signatures are treated under the Commonwealth and State electronic transactions legislation (ET Legislation) and how such signatures are treated under general law.
Asia-Pacific organisations are pushing ahead with SDN so they can gain an edge by reacting faster to emerging opportunities—over a quarter (28%) of respondents see this as the most important driver of adoption. Read our report and gain additional insights from IT Leaders on the key drivers of SDN deployment in APAC.
Over two-thirds (67%) of organisations see their networks as very critical enablers of their business goals. That's why more enterprises are deploying SDN. Read this report and gain additional insights from IT leaders on the key drivers accelerating SDN adoption and how you can get in front of the curve.
The global networking market continues to transform in even more complex ways. New software-defined technologies are enabling businesses to introduce innovative, new services and business models. Network service providers responded to Gartner’s vendor response survey and this Magic Quadrant report evaluates the responders on their ability to provide effective network services around the world.