ComputerWeekly.com Research Library

Powered by Bitpipe.com

All Research Sponsored By:Hughes Network Systems

  • SASE Series, Part 3: Connectivity Everywhere, For Everyone and Everything

    Within standard network architectures, having control and visibility into the devices and systems on a network is critical. This requires robust connectivity. This also holds true when considering SASE. In this blog, learn how you can achieve and maintain connectivity with the help of a strong SD-WAN solution.

  • SASE Series, Part 4: Security and Connectivity Converge for a Digital Transformation

    Today, security and connectivity operate largely independent of one another. However, for true digital transformation to occur both must be addressed. In this blog, learn how SASE can help open the door to this type of digital enterprise.

  • SASE Series, Part 2: The Security View

    A term coined by Gartner, Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is an approach to network security designed to be the successor to data centers as organizations shift their data and endpoints to the cloud. In this blog post, dive deeper into the SASE approach, the growing attack surface, and its relationship with zero trust.

  • SASE Series, Part 1: SD-WAN’s New “SASE” Friend

    As the workforce becomes more mobile and employees need access to a growing list of resources on the network, legacy security architectures simply aren’t equipped to safeguard against threats. However, SASE can help by combing network security functions with WAN capabilities. In this white paper, learn about benefits of pairing SASE with SD-WAN.

  • Delivering Application Assurance with SD-WAN

    In this video, Nick Coval from HughesON discusses 3 components for application assurance with SD-WAN, including user experience impact, broadband challenges and QoS technologies. Download this video to learn more about each of these key components.

  • Despite Prioritizing Digital Transformation, Most Businesses Don’t Know Where to Begin. Here’s a Start.

    The majority of businesses today are interested in pursuing digital transformation, yetmore than half of them have not even begun the process. One way to accelerate the journey is to engage the services of an MSP/MNSP. Learn about the business impact an MSP/MNSP can have on your organization today.

  • How the Right Managed SD-WAN Delivers the Agility, Flexibility, and Security Needed Now

    View this infographic to learn how a managed SD-WAN can help retailers deliver new capabilities as needs change, support changing work and business practices, and keep it all secure.

  • Looking for an SD-WAN Solution That Actually Measures up to Fit All of Your Business Needs?

    In this infographic, learn how Hughes will work with you to assess your business requirements and deliver a SD-WAN solution tailored specifically for your unique needs.

  • Why You Need Managed SD-WAN

    There are many business drivers for an SD-WAN implementation, but the core reasons include security, bandwidth optimization, network reliability and cloud access. Watch this short video to learn more about these core business drivers and see how HughesON can deliver on them.

  • Managed SD-WAN

    In the digital transformation of retail, stores have become increasingly depend on the store’s internet connection. In this short video, Tim Tang discusses how SD-WAN can help bridge the gap between the retail industry’s need and the current legacy infrastructure’s capabilities.

  • SD-WAN Fit Points: Cloud Access, Real-Time Apps, and Agility

    Switching or updating your enterprise SD-WAN is not always an easy decision. In this blog, take a look at cloud access, real-time applications, and agility and how these points factor into finding your right fit SD-WAN.

  • QDOBA’s Transformation Anchored in SD-WAN

    When Jack in the Box and QDOBA separated, QDOBA continued to use HughesON to manage their network. All the infrastructure had to be set up, and its connections to the HughesON managed network had to be moved to a new data center. In this blog, learn how HughesON was able to successfully make this shift without impacting the restaurants’ operations.

  • Are SD-WAN Managed Services Right for your Organization?

    SD-WAN offers promising benefits, like the ability to use multiple ISP links. But managing those links can prove challenging. That's where SD-WAN managed services can help. Learn more from CIO and research analyst John Burke in this e-guide.

  • SD-WAN in 2018: What Technology Trends to Expect

    In this expert e-guide, analyst Lee Doyle provides valuable insights into SD-WAN trends that are expected to see continuing growth in 2018. On the radar: The continued growth of SD-WAN managed services and support for IoT, Wi-Fi and mobility.

  • How SD-WAN Can Benefit Branch Networks

    Gain valuable insights into why organizations are rapidly adopting cloud-based software networking technologies like SD-WAN to meet these next-generation WAN requirements. Then, uncover how you can bring distributed networks up to speed with simplicity and automation.

  • Does Your SD-WAN Need an Active-Active Connection?

    Most SD-WAN adopters are looking for an active-active connection, but this is not right for every organization. Before you jump into the deep end with SD-WAN, read this e-guide and learn how to assess your network to see if an active-active connection is right for you.

  • SD-WAN Market Trends

    Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) is taking over for traditional WAN, but not without taking a few lessons from its predecessor. Because of this, we have seen two significant trends in SD-WAN emerge; SD-WAN and WAN optimization techniques are merging and SD-WAN as a service. Access this e-guide for details.

  • Myth-Busting SD-WAN

    In this expert e-guide, uncover the big mistakes many companies make when it comes to suitably deploying SD-WAN, and what you can do to get it right.

Bitpipe Definitions: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Other

ComputerWeekly.com Research Library Copyright © 1998-2020 Bitpipe, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners.

Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Bitpipe Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy.