The digital transformation is here and legacy network management tools can’t support next-generation initiatives.
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Shamus McGillicuddy, Senior Analyst for EMA, explores why legacy network management tools don’t support today’s IT initiatives.
Announcing the SevOne team members who will take the stage at NEXT16 to talk speed, scale, and agility during today’s digital transformation.
SD-WAN offers benefits as organizations incorporate new strategic initiatives into their business while reducing costs and innovating faster.
Delta’s latest outage illustrates the need for end-to-end visibility of the digital infrastructure.
If you’re researching the best local spot for Italian food or the best place to buy a car, you probably get online and start researching what others have to say. Why wouldn’t you do the same when considering a digital infrastructure management platform?
After all, the business relies on technology more than ever before, making the infrastructure mission-critical to business success. The tool you use to monitor your infrastructure should fit your needs but should also be trusted by fellow professionals in your field.
Networks are becoming more complex. They’re going through a lot of change, getting bigger, and incorporating new technologies along the way.
Last year, many businesses said SDN objectives were a goal. This year, they’re a reality.
When apps are delivered through Wi-Fi, it’s crucial that there is enough bandwidth to support anticipated demand.
The time is now to switch from legacy to software defined Wide Area Networks.