In spite of deploying multiple tools that claim to prevent unplanned outages they still happen in your IT shop – right? The challenge is to determine the root cause of the incident, but this can be elusive due to the phenomenon known as Shadow IT. The shadows in your network are where you lack visibility and control. The number of hardware appliances, connected devices and applications on the network are increasing for most of us, and so are the number of blind spots.
In the wake of the wake of Cisco’s recent $610 million acquisition of SD-WAN start-up Viptela, thousands of existing Cisco ISR router customers face a difficult choice on where to go from here. The addition of Viptela alongside Meraki and iWAN brings the total number of Cisco SD-WAN offerings to three. This sends a clear message that the time for SD-WAN adoption has arrived, what’s less clear is whether any of Cisco’s offering can fulfill the true promise of SD-WAN.
With shoppers demanding more innovative and immersive shopping experience, it’s clear that the Retail Digital Transformation is already underway. The retail CIO’s challenge is to build a secure ‘always-on’ network that’s cost-effective and has plenty of bandwidth to deliver an immersive omnichannel customer experience. Our business partners are helping retailers meet this challenge in and beyond, with affordable cloud-managed store networks powered by the TELoIP Cloud. To learn more contact TELoIP today at 877-783-5647 or 416-203-7838, or sign up for free webinar on the Retail WAN Transformation – from MPLS to SD-WAN.
Thu, Aug 31, 2017 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
Calculating the Hard and Soft Benefits of Software-Defined Networks… Rare Opportunity for MPLS Customers: The corporate network has become a critical asset that touches every aspect of business productivity, innovation and customer satisfaction. Unfortunately, legacy WANs are under increasing pressure to meet demands for cloud security and bandwidth that are well beyond the scope of their original design. Although MPLS has been the gold standard approach for 20 years, it was simply never intended for delivering cloud security and performance which is why so many People Hate Their WANs.