Implementing a Network Modernization Strategy for Large-Scale Organizations

This post was originally published on ZPE Systems

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many large-scale organizations to decentralize their business operations to enable remote work, which shined a spotlight on how outdated their enterprise networks are. As other world events like wars, a recession, and virus resurgences continue to impact business, organizations must modernize their network infrastructure if they want to survive. However, their survival is also contingent on their ability to meet SLAs and maintain 24/7 availability, so it’s crucial to minimize the disruption caused by infrastructure upgrades. This blog provides advice to large-scale organizations on how to implement a network modernization strategy that minimizes disruptions while leaving room for future growth and innovation. The importance of network modernization

Network infrastructure updates are expensive and can be disruptive, leaving many large companies wondering if the payoff is worth the risks. However, when COVID-19 struck, these organizations were left scrambling to replace their outdated and insecure VPN solutions with more robust remote connectivity technology. Similarly, in the current recession, enterprises that put off network modernization in the past are now finding themselves without the remote management and orchestration capabilities they need to keep their infrastructure running optimally with reduced staff. Even without

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