Enterprise application delivery has changed, with public cloud now a major source of network traffic for businesses. The use of WAN (wide area networking) is thus more important than ever.
With 'always on', 24/7 expectations from end users and customers alike, even remotely located branches of an office have to be up to the challenge, yet existing network infrastructures can lead to low bandwidth for everyday tasks such as filesharing and communications.
Salvation may lie in software-defined networking options – as long as the solution and circumstances are right. This seminar seeks to investigate in-depth the common causes, symptoms and antidotes affecting the customer expectation and realities of enterprise WAN.
John Leonard is responsible for the setting up and running qualitative and quantitative surveys for Computing Research's clients in order to assess the opinions and experiences of IT professionals on issues important to the industry, such as cloud computing, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and the IT decision making process as a whole.
A highly motivated individual with a love for technology innovation & what makes businesses effective. Justin has a history of successfully planning and executing channel building strategies both in Europe & US driving profitability, growth and significant blue chip wins. A core part of his career has focussed around developing innovative programs & propositions to outsmart larger competition. This collaborative approach has resulted in exceeding organisational objectives and driving long term relationships across alliances, partners and customers alike.
Andrew Scott is a Networking Systems Engineering Manager for Citrix Systems, leading a team of pre-sales engineers that help organisations large and small improve the robustness and security of their networks. Based in the UK, Andrew is an IT Professional with over 20 years of experience in the industry focusing on networking, cloud, security and application optimization technologies.