In today’s technology-focused world, the foundation of a business’ digital presence is its network. From the top executives to the newest intern, your enterprise and the people that work with you depend on your network to do business. If your network performance isn’t providing the connectivity and bandwidth your employees need to be productive, your business will suffer.
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Ever since the mainstream adoption of cloud computing in the enterprise, organizations have been seeking the benefits of public cloud, while still wanting to retain the control of data center operations.
The greatest measure of an IT security solution, besides its usefulness in protecting the enterprise from threats, is how cost-effective it is. This is especially true in the eyes of enterprise leaders and decision makers, who continually expect more out of IT while offering fewer resources.
So we’re nearing the end of 2020, and luckily the shock and awe of the pandemic has largely worn off as employees have adjusted to the work from home life. On the enterprise side, patchwork, short-term solutions that were thrown together when shelter-in-place mandates were first instituted are being switched out for long-term options that will better accommodate the remote workforce, many of whom may choose to continue to work remotely even after the pandemic is over.
As software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications rise in popularity and enterprises continue to embrace digital transformation initiatives, it’s critical these applications are available at any time, from any location, and from any device. IT must also guarantee consistent network performance and superior experiences to employees and customers, while ensuring security over a rapidly expanding attack surface.
Keeping on top of the latest security trends, threats and solutions is an increasingly difficult task. To help security teams keep track, we’ve broken down Cisco’s 2020 Cybersecurity Report and pulled the top five highlights that all security professionals should know.
As storage volumes continue to grow and enterprises make use of secondary storage to manage corporate data, they also need to backup these storage solutions. However, incorporating secondary storage into an enterprise-wide backup and recovery strategy is not always simple.
Today, there are few industries where enterprises have yet to undergo some form of digital transformation. Over the last few decades, businesses have undergone digitization at unparalleled speeds. Networking solutions are at the heart of these changes and can be the key that allows enterprises to adjust and meet the changing needs of their business.
New realizations continue to be unveiled as a result of the global pandemic being played out. People are reevaluating how they shop, travel and work within their daily lives. Businesses are realizing that enterprise users don’t have to be in the office at an assigned desk to do their jobs well. In fact, in the new normalized era of wireless mobility, going to the office everyday from 9 to 5 is starting to sound a bit antiquated.
Although it may not seem like it, the pandemic crisis that is currently engulfing the world will one day pass. Its aftershocks however will be experienced for the coming decade. Governments, businesses, consumers and travelers are undergoing reassessments in order to determine a better way of doing things. Many things are going to change as a result. The process of determining the maximum capacity of a building has potential to change. The travel industry will undoubtedly perform density studies in how they transport people. Corporate executives are also examining the densification of their offices.