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Network Evolution - June 2013 / Vol. 4/ No. 3

The nature of the branch office is changing. Previously, branch offices were small remote sites with groups of workers that had a single focus, such as sales or customer support. Generally these workers accessed the same narrow set of applications. But these days, remote sites tend to be larger and made up of heterogeneous groups that include everything from sales reps to marketing executives.

Now the network team must ensure access to a wider range of applications that put a new kind of strain on the network. Network pros are turning to WAN optimization and application acceleration that depend on role-based and location-based policy setting. In our cover story this month, David Geer presents WAN and application optimization strategies for complex branch offices.  Access >>>

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