Network diagrams are critical in successful network refresh, are a visual representation of your existing environment becoming a blueprint for updates.

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Modern network architectures need to consider the efficiency of wireless access, encrypted security, SD-WAN and AI capabilities for network optimization.

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The future of the network is intent-based as it bridges the gap between business and IT. It captures business intent and continuously aligns the end-to-end network with that intent, achieving higher levels of scalability and agility.

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Virtualization vs. cloud computing three key points to compare; tactical vs. strategic, packaged resources vs. variable services, and optimization vs. automation. Businesses start by virtualizing servers and then migrate to cloud computing for greater agility, automation, and self-service.

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In a competitive environment powered by digital disruptions, building a digital-ready network is a critical step. How can you do it, where do you start. This blog describes five stages and well as key capabilities you should consider when navigating to a digital-ready network.

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What is IT Transformation? key elements and business benefits of transforming your IT infrastructure as well as differentiating IT from digital transformation.

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Is cloud part of your IT transformation plan? How are you protecting your business? Network security is key when reducing risk of multi-cloud adoption, increasing visibility and control.

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What is Cloud Computing

By Angelica Harvey • August 27, 2018

In this post, we want to help answer the question "what is cloud computing?" by explaining some of the different types of cloud terms you may have heard of (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, public, private, hybrid) and listing some of the key benefits you or your business can gain from using a cloud service.

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Businesses of all sizes are turning to the cloud as a way to increase efficiencies and productivity, while reducing costs. Here are 5 benefits of cloud computing you should know.

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Cloud migration has changed the way people work for good. Your workforce has the ability to work remote on multiple devices from anywhere they are. To deliver this constant connectivity, IT teams have changed their approach in three main areas: Performance, Consumption, and Security.

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