The rapid drive towards greater digital mobility, and computing in more forms, in more places, has meant the connectivity capabilities of our businesses have had to scramble to keep up.
Across Wi-Fi, wired, and mobile networks, we're having to transport ever more data, more quickly, from more locations, more reliably, for less money. And we need to do all of this while supporting the multi-cloud and SaaS-based environments in which businesses now operate.
This has led to many organisations being hamstrung by a lack of ability to scale, react to new opportunities and challenges, and ensure the security of their networks. Even without the current hurdles presented by COVID-19, businesses are recognising the need to enable low-friction remote working, across agile networks, with secure access to public cloud services. Despite this, they must also reduce connectivity costs and management complexity.
Register today for this webinar from Computing which will discuss how businesses are coping with current connectivity challenges around access, productivity and security. It will also explore their existing network technology infrastructure and plans for the future: including, the use of SD-WAN, Public Cloud services, and security provisions. Key discussion points will include:
- What are the key motivations driving these trends?
- How can organisations increase capability without spiralling complexity and costs?
- And why should they avoid opting for a cheaper version of yesterday?
We will also be having a Q&A at the end of the webinar so if you have any questions you would like answering please make sure you send them into the panel.
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