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Debunking five myths about SD-WAN technology

SD-WANs have changed the way IT departments approach networking—and that’s not an understatement.  In the old days, networking from headquarters to a remote location required manual management. With a software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN), networking engineers can configure and implement an enterprise WAN — based on software-defined networking (SDN) — to more effectively route traffic to branch offices and other locations.

Read the blog over at Cisco: Debunking five myths about SD-WAN technology


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