The pandemic ushered in a new era, one where technology has created flexibility for organizations, employees, and customers. These technological advancements provide endless possibilities for all parties – increased productivity, improved customer experience, maximized service, and minimized costs. Ensuring that these experiences exceed expectations, enterprises have become increasingly reliant on their network – a resilient […]
Software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) has come a long way since ONUG ignited the conversation about the market and practical use cases for this promising new technology just four years ago. Eighty-seven percent of 800 network management executives use or plan to use SD-WAN within the next two years, according to a March 2017 IDC survey of mid-size and large companies with at least 10 locations and representing a variety of industries. SD-WAN sales are predicted to grow at a 69 percent compound annual growth rate, reaching $8.05 billion in 2021, notes IDC’s Worldwide SD-WAN Forecast for 2017–2021.
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