Connectivity Solutions for the Remote Workforce
Enterprises now have a wide selection of new and emerging broadband services to choose from, as well as options that combine networking and security.
This event will look at the variety of connectivity choices on the market today and how to best leverage different ones for particular networking scenarios.
Modern business relies on ubiquitous secure access to data, systems, applications, and other enterprise resources. Providing that access is now more challenging as companies become more decentralized and they embrace a work-from-anywhere philosophy. This keynote will discuss how the changes in the way businesses operate require the use of new secure, high-bandwidth connectivity options. And fortunately , as the keynote will spell out, there are many new services available today to help achieve this.
The enterprise campus network has long been used to provide network and communication services to users spread over a single location. The availability of 5G and Wi-Fi 6E give enterprises new options for architecting such networks. This session will look at the features, capabilities, and points to consider when using such new technologies as 5G and Wi-Fi 6E for campus networks
In today’s business environment secure access to applications for remote employees and vendors is key to success and survival. Transform Your WAN with Lumen summarizes the risks facing businesses today and describes holistic solutions that will transform your Wide Area Network to meet today’s business needs.
The “Network Visibility Imperative” is the need to gain comprehensive insights into network infrastructure, applications, and services to identify issues, troubleshoot problems, and optimize performance. The needed visibility becomes impossible without AIOps.
In this webinar, we’ll examine how AIOps automatically collects and analyzes mammoth volumes of data from across the network to quickly pinpoint potential issues and their root causes.
Networking and security must merge when supporting remote offices and workers. The traditional approach has been to put the network in place and then overlay security in some manner. This session will discuss how treating the two separately, or merely layering on security after the fact, is not practical today. And as such, the session will discuss the move to offerings that combine networking and security, such as SASE, Secure Service Edge, and other services based on Zero Trust principles.