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Read this white paper to learn how far WAN optimization has come, and how to make this most of your investments by using it to improve mobility, cloud and virtualization, disaster recovery, VDI, branch office consolidation, and more.
Trends such as evolving communication patterns, connection types, applications and bandwidth can have an impact on enterprise organizations. Learn how IT organizations can improve the business value of WAN optimization and maximize business ROI.
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If you wanted to break down innovation into a tidy equation, it might go something like this: Technology + Connectivity = Productivity. Productivity comes in two forms: user experience and infrastructure efficiency.
WAN optimization has evolved into a complete system that optimizes traffic across a broad range of most popular applications while providing deep visibility into performance.
The aim of this is to provide Architects and Developers of IoT projects with an effective starting point that covers the major requirements of IoT projects and systems. This includes the devices as well as the server-side and cloud architecture...
WAN optimization techniques tweak bandwidth for better network performance and more.
With a shift in traffic patterns from recent trends like virtualization, mobility and cloud - IT organizations need to get more effective usage from current WAN links. This article provides some insight into WAN optimization technologies.
The network has become a utility that users can't do without. Mobility and bandwidth-hungry apps demand faster and more efficient networks.