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Wide-Area Network Transformation: How Enterprises Succeed with Software-Defined WAN

Shamus McGillicuddy, Research Director, Network Management

by Shamus McGillicuddy, Research Director, Network Management

The enterprise wide-area network (WAN) can no longer be the static, bandwidth-constrained plumbing system that companies have relied on for decades. The old days of connecting branch offices to the corporate data center are over. Applications are migrating to the cloud, which forces architectural change. Branch offices require more bandwidth than legacy WAN services can offer. Change is constant, and security is keeping everyone up at night.

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EMA Radar for Digital Threat Intelligence Management

Threat intelligence has been around in one form or another for many years. Only in the last few years did the information really become digestible for any but the largest organizations. Its most recent form evolved into platforms that collect and analyze information through various automated and manual means. The information is focused on delivering indicators of a valid threat against the company. Rather than terabytes of superfluous data, organizations that invest in the toolset can specify what types of information they are most interested in and begin collection.

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Wide-Area Network Transformation: How Enterprises Succeed with Software-Defined WAN

Date / Time: Thursday, December 13 @ 11 am Pacific | 2 pm Eastern

The future of the wide-area network (WAN) has arrived. The majority of enterprises are fully engaged with software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) technology. Now it’s time to understand how enterprises can succeed with this newly emerged class of networking solutions. EMA has published new research that explores WAN transformation from all directions.

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10 Steps to Move a DevOps Team into the ML & AI World

Nobody questions the potential for machine learning and artificial intelligence to revolutionize DevOps productivity and business efficiency as a whole. However, organizations leveraging ML and AI to their full potential are few and far between.

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