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Enterprise Connect
Can Your Network Handle the Real-time
and Cloud Traffic Explosion?
DATE: Wednesday, April 15, 2015
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Ipanema Technologies
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TIME: 2:00 pm ET/11:00 am PT
DURATION: 60 minutes
An explosion of application traffic threatens to overwhelm enterprise networks, and real-time traffic like voice and video can be the most endangered, and also the most threatening to other kinds of traffic. Furthermore, these applications are running from many different sources, including public and private cloud, over many networks including mobile, the Internet, and internal enterprise networks. To manage this hybrid environment cost-efficiently, enterprises require automated, objective-based network management, to deliver excellent user experience in this hyper-connected world. Specific requirements include:
Deal with increasing bandwidth requirements to support new uses and business applications (BYOD, Internet of Everything, social media, SaaS, UC, Big Data, etc.), while avoiding cost increases and long delays from telcos.
Deliver the maximum end-user Quality of Experience to users of business critical applications no matter where they are located–headquarters or branch offices, from any device.
Protect business critical application performance against less critical business and recreational applications.
In this webinar, a top expert on network management challenges will be joined by technology leaders from Ipanema Technologies to help you understand how to ensure high quality of service for all your applications.
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Presenters: Moderator:
kerravala Zeus Zeus Kerravala,
Founder and
principal analyst,
ZK Research
Tino Canosa Tino Canosa,
Vice President – Global Partners,
Ipanema Technologies
Eric Krapf Eric Krapf,
Co-Chair,
Enterprise
Connect & Editor,
No Jitter
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