The widespread usage of cloud applications is transforming the way organisations are consuming and using networks. End users are expecting faster services, lower latency and easier usability, whilst ensuring their security.

SD-WAN offers greater flexibility in your network connectivity, reduced latency to web based applications and controls the security across the whole estate on the router level. But how do you identify if your organisation is ready for SD-WAN and what will you and your end users benefit from?

This guide looks at eight different signs that means you should be considering SD-WAN as part of your networking agenda.


    About SD-WAN

    A Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) is a virtual WAN architecture which allows you to securely connect users to applications using any available connectivity option, whether that be MPLS, broadband or cellular. SD-WAN uses centralised software to route traffic intelligently and manage security more efficiently.

    What’s inside

    A snippet of some of the guidance including in this ebook on eight signs SD-WAN should be on your networking agenda.


    How SD-WAN supports your cloud strategy

    Discover how a traditional MPLS network and an SD-WAN network treat applications and traffic differently to create ab optimal performance across your IT estate.

    Improving application performance with SD-WAN

    SD-WAN not only lets you orchestrate and aggregate your chosen connectivity options, but also enables dynamic intelligent routing and traffic prioritisation. Discover how you can define policies per application to improve application performance and user experience.



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