Proper Connectivity Is The Need Of The Hour
As companies continue to migrate more and more applications to the cloud, connectivity and a proper edge computing solution has never been more important. Ample bandwidth, routing protocols and redundancy are prerequisites for any digital transformation strategy. Connectivity is fundamentally about efficiency. Your network connects users, branch offices, HQ, data centers, and cloud services across the enterprise. Connectivity includes public Internet (fiber, copper, broadband, LTE) and private circuits (MPLS, VPLS, P2P), and every possible mix of those. The question with connectivity isn’t whether you need it, but which option best meets your needs for performance, cost, and resilience. As network requirements diversify and users/applications become more distributed, your customers need a network that can keep up with their business.
Network Solutions to Suit Your Business
It comes down to giving the people who work for you the tools they need to compete and win on a global stage – the ultimate responsibility of upper management. It touches your customers too – in a situation where network capacity becomes limited for whatever reason, you need to be able to prioritize bandwidth, ensuring that the applications most critical to customer experience don’t skip a beat – ideally in an automated fashion and without human intervention.
Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD WAN)
Helps deliver this functionality and is a smarter and more secure way to route traffic over a distributed cloud ecosystem. It offers simplified management, quicker turnup, better application performance, improved resiliency, and cost savings when compared to traditional approaches. While MPLS may still have it’s place in certain instances, enterprises struggling to balance expense reduction with and performance are increasingly turning to solutions.
At Disruptive Innovations, our team of experts have facilitated hundreds of large scale roll-outs and network integration initiatives for retail organizations, financial institutions, health systems and more.
Why Consider It?
Disruptive Innovations significantly decreases costs while simultaneously upgrading the network. The reduction in OpEx can be re-directed towards other strategic initiatives (or put to the bottom line).
Enhance your user experience and improve performance for cloud-based applications with stronger connections and superior technology at edge.
Increase resiliency and uptime across the entire network with multiple connection types/vendors at each of your locations.
Ease of Use
Improve visibility, simplify network management and shorten roll-out timeframes for new locations – making your organization