There’s been a lot of discussion around SD-WAN technology since it emerged on the scene, and of course no end to debate around Australia’s national broadband network, the NBN – but while each of these offer a host of benefits in their own right, it’s when the two are combined that we’re told a true ‘sweet spot’ of opportunity is presented for businesses.
Australia is in the midst of a major technology transformation – or at least that’s what we've been led to believe, based on what we've been witnessing over recent times. But what are others in our industry seeing, what’s behind this shift, and what does it mean for businesses?
No one needs to be reminded that the world has changed. Nor that this new reality will herald in a whole new way of doing business. And no one needs to be told that remote working will now be central to the new way of doing business – we’re all living it (and if you have young kids, feeling it) right now.
Welcome to the 3rd installment in our series, examining the need to dramatically re-architect our networks in the face of continual business and technological disruption.
Previously we wrote about Competitive advantage – the evolving role of the IT network based on Cisco's 2020 Global Networking Trends Report.
Cisco recently published their 2020 Global Networking Trends Report
In this insights series, we’ll provide a high-level summary of the key findings – together with our own viewpoints and local market observations.