Date: 02 October 2020

Author: Nicole Brinson

Is Office Consolidation the Right Step for Your Organization?

Over the course of the last 200 days, the country has fundamentally changed in many ways. COVID-19 has forced us to rethink how we socialize, how our children learn, and most of all, how we work. About 56% of jobs in the US workforce are compatible with remote work. Many of them opted for it as far back as March and most have remained that way through the summer and into the fall.

Before COVID-19, only 3.6% of the workforce worked at home half-time or more, despite 43% doing it at least..

Date: 21 September 2020

Author: Nicole Brinson

How WAN Modernization Helps to Optimize Network Performance

Technology is no longer just a tool with which to get things done. It is the backbone of the modern enterprise, and that backbone relies on stable connectivity that supports daily operations. Unfortunately, not all enterprises have made the transition. Many still rely on traditional or hybrid networks that utilize an ad-hoc approach to connectivity, only implementing new end-points when a specific project demands it, and not accounting for the diverse needs of today’s operations, especially in..

Date: 30 July 2020

Author: Nicole Brinson

Five Reasons to Consider WAN Modernization for Your Organization

WAN modernization through the implementation of SD-WAN technology offers a number of significant benefits to organizations that are spread across a large geographic area and want to reduce cost, improve bandwidth, and support the user experience. 

We recently looked at what WAN modernization does and why it matters for modern enterprise organizations. Let’s take a closer look now at five reasons you should consider an update, especially in the current climate. 


Security and Automation of..

Date: 07 May 2020

Author: Nicole Brinson

The Importance of Rapid Day 1 Deployment for a New SD-WAN

Traditional wide area networking has remained largely unchanged for much of the last two decades. The result is that most enterprise organizations are utilizing last century’s technology to power 21st-century operations. It’s slower than the modern alternatives, costs more to operate, and doesn’t scale to rapidly shifting needs (as we’ve seen in recent months). 

Software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) has the potential to change that. Named the most disruptive technology by Avant in..

Date: 03 March 2020

Author: Nicole Brinson

What Is WAN Modernization and Why Does It Matter?

Wide Area Network (WAN) used by large organizations helps to extend network coverage over a large physical area, but there are limitations. When attempting to expand a WAN over an increasingly large geographical area, account for carrier networks and manage the current demands of network traffic, they are limited. Using conventional routers, WANs backhaul much of their traffic from physical locations to a data center for security inspections and communication with the cloud.

Simply put, they..