Don’t Renew Your SD-WAN Contract Before Watching This Webinar

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Roy Chua, Dave Greenfield

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SD-WAN was originally designed as an MPLS alternative for the branch. But, in a post-pandemic world, it’s just not a good fit for the digital enterprise, coping with cloud DCs and hybrid workers, working far from their regional hub (amongst other reasons). Together with AvidThink analyst, Roy Chua, we filmed Don’t Renew Your SD-WAN Contract Before Watching This Webinar. Chua is an SD-WAN expert and independent analyst, with over 20 years of experience in the telco, enterprise, cloud computing, networking, and security space. Chua outlines a winning framework to evaluate your existing SD-WAN, assess your current WAN and security challenges, and understand 4 architectural options that address those challenges. Register for this impactful SD-WAN strategy session, to walk away with an understanding of: When does it make sense to stay with your SD-WAN architecture? Answered 4 market changes that will cause you to immediately reconsider your SD-WAN renewal A useful framework to evaluate your existing SD-WAN architecture, assess current WAN and security challenges, and clearly understand your next steps. The 4 architectural infrastructures that prioritize your enterprises’ current and future WAN challenges.

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