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Remote Workers Deserve a Better Internet Experience

It’s estimated that over 90 million people are working remotely these days on at least a part-time basis and this trend will surely continue. A recent survey by McKinsey & Company shows that an overwhelming 87% of workers would work

Why Traditional VPNs Have Had Their Day

Managing the extended network perimeter It seems to be commonly accepted now that home working is here to stay. Whether organisations have decided to close offices and transition to a permanent remote working strategy or shift to a hybrid work

SD-WAN Improves the UC-based Work-From-Home Experience

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses have changed how they run their day-to-day operations. Many companies are now driving voice, video, and data through the public internet to reach their remote employees. Businesses need the right communications infrastructure that allows

Pure Bandwidth Experience

Optimizing Cloud Productivity over Broadband  Understanding the Broadband Performance Risks Businesses that rely on cloud-based solutions are recognizing that legacy WAN networks built with MPLS connections are ill-suited for cloud access. Broadband connections are a faster and more affordable alternative,

The Store of the Future: Is Your Network Ready?

It’s no secret the way consumers shop has dramatically changed and will continue to evolve with the rise of new technologies. Consumers have fully embraced shopping online for all their needs, opting for  more convenient and hassle-free experiences. Many retailers

Store Connectivity in the Age of the Digital DIY Shopper

Shoppers just want to be left alone. Really. And that’s why retailers should care about network uptime. According to a recent survey of 2,903 consumers in the U.S. and Canada, 95% of shoppers would rather fend for themselves in a retail store than ask sales staff for help. … Read More

Can Managed SD-WAN help overcome the IT skills shortage?

A recent survey of IT decision-makers found that nearly one-quarter of respondents indicated that their organization already had a “problematic shortage of existing skills” in network administration. The role of cloud computing With the emergence of cloud computing and the