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Organizations need to find ways to automate networking operations to allow them to support remote locations without adding additional staff or sharing limited centralized resources over many locations. Top Networking Challenges in Supporting ROBO Locations
Lack of on-premises networking skills at ROBO locations
Network configuration management
Complexity configuring/managing networking equipment
managing WAN optimization equipment
This Technology Spotlight highlights the tangible benefits achieved by early SD-WAN adopters across key use cases and outlines a vision for sustained ROI and value creation from the solution. This paper also looks at the role of Cisco in the strategically important SD-WAN market.
Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA) delivers intent-based networking solutions and services that turn network traffic data into actionable insights. It helps you make business decisions faster, mitigate more security threats, and manage the unprecedented scale of connected devices and services more easily.
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Provide business agility and scale by automating one policy across the entire access network.
Reduce your OpEx without compromising performance, security, or reliability.
Troubleshoot faster and increase IT productivity with context that delivers actionable insights.
"Meraki is so easy — I would have the data team, who was running cables, send me the Meraki serial numbers. I’d enter those numbers into dashboard and that was it,” explained Purslow. The IRC team could deploy 5-6 sites in a day. “Configuring a new location was down to seconds by copying a config and renaming it."Adam Purslow, IT Director
"This software approach is about 50% less expensive than the conventional method of connecting stores together in a wide area network."Neal Secher, managing director and head of network architecture at BNY Mellon
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