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Securing the Internet of Things: Networking essentials

Horror stories in the consumer market have cast a shadow over the Internet of Things. Are enterprise IoT deployments even more at risk?

WAN optimization evolves into software-defined WAN

Enterprises want to drop costly MPLS links but hesitate to lose the control they provide. SD-WAN offers a solution, and WAN optimization brings it to life.


WAN optimization technology starts a new chapter with SD-WAN

The growth of cloud apps and the increased use of Internet over traditional WAN technologies has forced WAN optimization to evolve.


The future of WAN optimization: SD-WAN

Network managers today are less likely to be sweating over how traffic from traditional applications like SharePoint performs over the wide area network (WAN) compared to cloud apps that users access via the Internet.

This shift, along with ...

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