Optus has consolidated and expanded its services to government with the securing of a $6 million deal to provide the Australian Government’s Department of Health with telecommunications products and services, including Wide Area Network, mobile and voice services to the department’s 5000 users.
By David Hughes, CEO Silver Peak
One of my predictions for the wide area network (WAN) in 2018 focuses on how the new WAN edge enables improved security architectures. I believe there are three primary ways in which the new WAN edge will enable improved security architectures for enterprises building an SD-WAN.
Starting in 2018, most enterprises will adopt a ‘cloud-first’ SD-WAN architecture designed to support the ongoing evolution in their application mix efficiently and effectively, predicts David Hughes, founder and CEO of Silver Peak.
Excellent reporting and journalistic integrity as usual Sam, thank you.The way this article was written is precisely what is needed[…]
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