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Modernizing the WAN from Client to Cloud


The evolution of WAN architectures has historically paralleled that of application architectures. When we primarily connected terminals to mainframes, the WAN architecture was largely point-to-point links connecting back to data center facilities.

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Today’s Enterprise WAN Isn’t What It Used To Be


For most enterprise NetOps teams, a discussion about the WAN is a discussion about the cloud. The WAN was how we got access to some websites and sent emails. Why do we need to create site-to-site VPNs or some sort of modern SD-WAN topology connecting all our branches when almost all traffic goes to the public internet and the cloud?

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TNS Taps Fortinet’s Secure SD-WAN Solution


Transaction Network Services (TNS), a leader in fintech payment services, recently announced the launch of TNS Secure SD-WAN which leverages Fortinet’s leading Secure SD-WAN solution. In partnership with Fortinet, TNS Secure […].

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Ensuring Network Connectivity With SD-WAN and AIOps

The post Ensuring Network Connectivity With SD-WAN and AIOps appeared first on They’d dive deep into the rabbit hole, analyzing issues on a case-by-case basis, asking countless questions, including: Could there be a problem with the enterprise network? […].

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SA Recycling Accelerates Digital Transformation with Prisma SD-WAN

Palo Alto Networks

Building a robust IT infrastructure that is easy to manage can be challenging and expensive with a legacy WAN architecture. Palo Alto Networks Prisma SD-WAN enabled SA Recycling to build robust, agile and secure networking, delivering uninterrupted connectivity while reducing trouble tickets by 97% for a digital transformation.

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Why Your Branch of the Future Needs Next-Gen SD-WAN and Prisma SASE

Palo Alto Networks

At our virtual Branch of the Future event, we will showcase how next-generation SD-WAN and SASE can help deliver a branch network that is digital-first, secure and powered by the latest AI/ML innovations. Gen-1 SD-WAN solutions addressed the early challenges of using inexpensive broadband connectivity for data center applications.

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The Biggest Motivators and Barriers for SD-WAN Adoption in 2021

The SD-WAN market has exploded in 2020, driven by the need to support increasingly remote workforces, the emergence of the AI-driven WAN and the requirement to deliver branch performance that matches campus networks. The post The Biggest Motivators and Barriers for SD-WAN Adoption in 2021 appeared first on

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