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  • How to set up an SSTP VPN to secure your enterprise network

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  • How to prepare enterprise WANs for MPLS/VPN integration

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  • ‘Computer Networks’ PDF: Free chapter download

    Download this free 'Computer Networks' PDF of Chapter 1, Foundation, to learn how both local and wide area networks (WANs) are no longer built solely to connect computers.

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  • Application delivery controller technology plays many roles

    As IT shops become application service providers, they are turning to application delivery controller technology to play a role in virtualization in addition to WAN optimization.

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  • The future network is software-defined: Prepare your WAN now

    In this concise podcast, John Burke of Nemertes Research covers the top dos and don'ts for implementing SDN in the WAN. His concise advice will better prepare you and your network for an SDN age.

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  • Rethinking the WAN for an SDN future

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  • The appeal of SDN in the WAN, and where to start

    SDN's networking role has not always been clear, there are now some compelling use cases. Because SDN can make the WAN more functional and less expensive, networking pros should keep their eyes on SDN developments.

    JBurke195 pointsBadges:
  • Lender unclogs WAN infrastructure with Citrix upgrade

    A Texas mortgage lender turbocharges clogged WAN with suite of optimization and VDI platforms from Citrix.

    Chuck Moozakis360 pointsBadges:
  • How do you manage your WAN to support big data?

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