It Gets Better with SD-WAN


An application of software-defined networking (SDN) that is applied to WAN connections and used to connect enterprise locations across vast geographic distances. It connects branch offices, data centers, and other business sites to a central corporate network, using a software approach.

This means a network admin can remotely program appliances via a central controller, reducing provisioning times and minimizing the need to manually configure traditional routers in branch locations. Ultimately, this solution aims to move more network control into the cloud.

Like 56% of organizations today, you’ve
adopted (or plan to adopt) Office 365.

But your legacy network architecture likely wasn’t designed with cloud applications in mind. Your traditional WAN may be impairing performance, compromising security and diluting the value of your Office 365 investment. A software-defined (SD-WAN) architecture helps Office 365 perform at its best.