Most enterprises today recognize the tremendous benefits that come with evolving IT infrastructures to introduce more cloud services and new networking technologies. As innovative IT professionals begin to lead their enterprise-wide digital transformations many are struck by questions about how to manage and optimize performance.

One of the biggest questions is how to manage the growing demand for bandwidth-hungry applications across the enterprise. But a solution may be at hand. In new research from analyst research firm GlobalData IT, survey participants tout the benefits of SD-WAN as the answer to better, more agile WAN operations in the digital age.

Join GlobalData research director, Mike Fratto, and CenturyLink SD-WAN expert, Mike Lawson, for a live and interactive webcast that will help you guide your organization toward a smooth digital transformation. The speakers will offer insights into SD-WAN, increasing agility, reducing cost and preparing for the future based on the global survey findings. Register today and then join them on Thursday, May 24, at 11 a.m. PDT/2 p.m. EDT.

Hybrid Networking with MPLS and SD-WAN

The benefits of SD-WAN span a full range of services including application performance monitoring paired with dynamic path selection ensuring good performance, security controls including firewalling and encrypted VPN, and performance reporting. SD-WAN can also be acquired and deployed as a service from a trusted and experienced managed service provider (MSP).

As more enterprises engage MSPs, many are choosing hybrid networking with MPLS and SD-WAN. This solution offers a combination of applications featuring a high-speed, single-carrier-operated network that maintains traffic separation and efficiently routes data traffic by choosing the access type for optimal performance.

Register for the Webcast

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain expert insights into ways your enterprise can increase agility, reduce costs, and prepare for the future. Register to attend the live and interactive webcast today.

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