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SD-WAN can be a smart solution—if you avoid the pitfalls

There are many benefits promised by efficient software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN). From new agility and speed of provisioning to driving down total costs, it’s no wonder some of the world’s biggest companies are moving in this direction. But it pays to look beyond the surface value of any solution. SD-WAN, in particular, can appear deceptively simple. Often viewed as an out-of-the-box, set-it-and-forget-it solution, SD-WAN implementation and post-implementation management can be wrought with pitfalls.

Read the blog post over at the Burwood Group here


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