WAN optimisation for dummies

This white paper outlines the challenges of WAN optimisation, giving you the must-know info for delivering applications to all your users, wherever they are located.

In many enterprises, solving application delivery over wide-area networks has taken centre stage. Organisations are becoming more geographically distributed, while centralised data centres and outsourcing of critical applications onto the Internet can cause applications to perform slowly (or not at all) in branch offices.

Many factors — latency, bandwidth, web-based applications, malware, and network misuse — can add up to productivity problems at remote sites. This book answers the question, “How can we get the WAN to perform like a LAN?”

This white paper explains how your organisation can sustain a competitive advantage by implementing an Application Delivery Network to optimise and secure the flow of information to any user, on any network, anywhere.

Most WANs see so much traffic these days that it’s not just a matter of speeding things up. You also need comprehensive application and user control before you can contain costs, enhance business productivity, and respond quickly to changing business requirements. This white paper outlines the challenges of WAN optimisation, giving you the must-know info for delivering applications to all your users, wherever they are located.
 

This was last published in July 2010

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