Cisco Meraki Demonstration

Achieve smarter, cheaper and more reliable WAN

Soaring bandwidth requirements fuelled by our increasing dependence on cloud applications is leading to a number of challenges for IT managers. For branch sites this often means legacy WAN links are rapidly exceeding the capacity for which they were designed.

The answer is software-defined WAN (SD-WAN), where remote sites are connected over low-cost internet links secured by VPN, with reliability across multiple network links through load balancing, intelligent path control, and automatic failover. It’s smarter, cheaper and more reliable.

In this briefing video, Cisco Consulting System Engineer, Scott Williamson, discusses how SD-WAN can reduce your total WAN costs, whilst delivering the desired level of performance for your critical cloud applications.

Recorded live in Brisbane 2019.

 

For more information on how Data#3 and Cisco Meraki can help simplify your network, visit us at www.data3.com.au/cisco/meraki

Tags: Cloud, Mobility, Cisco, Networking, Wireless Network, Enterprise Networks, Cisco Meraki, Software-defined Networking (SD-WAN)

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