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We break down the what, the how and the why of the next-generation WAN technology.

The days of traditional hub-and-spoke WAN architectures are long gone. In order to free their connectivity and strengthen their security defences, businesses of all shapes and sizes need to be able to centrally monitor WAN sites, manage traffic between those sites and remotely configure each individual network.

Enter SD-WAN. As a lightweight replacement to tradition WAN technology, software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) ensures that you get the most out of your network; allowing full visibility and total control across your entire network from one central dashboard.

Take a look at the infographic below and discover how a WAN upgrade could transform more than just your tech.

SD-WAN, What is SD-WAN? [Infographic]

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