How SD-WAN can help your business to adapt and thrive in the new normal
A reliable, secure and flexible network is one of the primary enablers of change. Many organisations are once again putting a priority on network transformation, and are looking to solutions like software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) to help tune their business network for peak performance.
Making the case for SD-WAN
IDC predicts by 2025 more than 41 billion devices will be connected to the Internet of Things – capturing information on how we live and work, and forming the basis of how we use data-driven technology. While this trend has resulted in IT teams focused on improving end-user application performance, it places greater demand on the network.
Asian connectivity moves East
Shifts in policy and regulation have resulted in a range of trans-Pacific subsea cable reconfigurations in the telecommunications market. The Pacific Light Cable Network (PLCN), Bay to Bay Express (BtoBE), and Hong Kong Americas (HKA) systems have all been reconfigured or are in the process of reconfiguring their routes to land in either Taiwan or Philippines.
The top three technology investments for post-pandemic growth
The pandemic forced businesses into reactive fixes to enable remote working, maintain business continuity and reduce costs. Many medium- to long-term goals look a lot like they did before the global crisis but wide-scale volatility means that today’s long-term decisions carry more consequence.