In the early days of networking, it would have been difficult to anticipate the countless locations that organizations would need to connect—never mind the current rush to cloud in service of digital transformation.
But as organizations continue to open branch locations across the globe, move critical business applications to the cloud, and empower a fully productive remote workforce, the networking methods of yesterday have become cumbersome at best. At worst, they are costing businesses time and money.
In a technological environment that is changing by the minute, one thing is clear: distributed networks aren’t going anywhere. In fact, they’re only growing. Enterprises need to ask themselves if their current network architecture is holding them back.