In a recent Gartner survey of IT organizations, respondents cited data growth, system performance, and network congestion as their top three barriers to productivity. Because productivity enhances revenue, businesses are investing in technologies that help boost it.
In addition to handling dramatically increased data traffic, optimizing the WAN helps enterprises save money in three key ways:
- By reducing the overall cost of networking
- By ensuring optimal application performance
- By increasing user productivity
Centralize and simplify management by standardizing the system and network configuration.
Network latency acts as a speed limit for application performance, even with abundant bandwidth. Realistically enterprises cannot adequately address exponential growth with linear solutions.
Ultimately, WAN optimization can create a virtuous circle of capabilities that allow an enterprise to grow, rather than be saddled with an infrastructure that holds it back.
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It’s hard for me to imagine not using WAN optimization in our environment...Even with telecom prices coming down, it still makes sense to use WAN optimization technology.