Modern business operation is impossible without a network where data is kept and shared among employees. Keeping that network secure is ‘business 101’ for any company – yet network security breaches are costing companies big and small millions every year.
As the complexity of network architecture increases due to growing communication demands and the shift to multicloud, just how can NaaS deliver network agility in the face of lightning paced innovation?
While the concept of Network as a Service (NaaS) has been around for a while, the idea is swiftly gaining momentum as companies continue to look for cost effective ways to keep pace with rapid changes in workplace, devices, and technology.
Historically, the price of copper has been relatively stable however an unprecedented surge in demand as a result of economies rebounding from COVID-19 has seen copper prices skyrocket to an all-time high in May of this year.
Well designed and implemented, SD-WAN helps delivers significant business benefits including improved performance and reduced costs. But moving a whole-of-business network to SD-WAN while ensuring the company keeps operating as usual during the transition comes with its share of complexity and risks.