The future of connectivity

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Experts from BT, Microsoft, ISG and MIT

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There’s never been a better time to consider your future network. New technologies are redefining what a network can do. Advances in processing power, unlimited connectivity, AI and 5G are creating nimble networks that can deliver things that were previously inconceivable.  At a recent event, prior to the pandemic, we quizzed a group of independent experts from MIT, ISG and Microsoft and shared our thoughts on how businesses are reinventing their networks and the future potential this could release. Coronavirus has only increased the need for network transformation to prepare for a new future. Watch our video to find out what’s next for SD-WAN as it spreads to the edge devices and why evolving connectivity will inevitably impact your wider IT and workforce. Speakers: Patrick English, Head of Cyber DevOps, BT Scott Cowling, Director of network solutions, BT Scott Spiro, Senior partner development manager, Microsoft Jeannie Ross, Principal research scientist, MIT CISR Dave Muller, Partner, ISG
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