WAN Governance Executive Primer

After budget cuts during the global recession, many enterprises in 2010 will operate with IT spending at 2005 budget levels. Given the dependence on wide area networks for operational performance and enterprise growth, WAN Governance, a strategic and business-driven approach to network management within IT Governance, will become even more critical for executives to achieve business goals.

Read this paper to learn how using WAN Governance, organizations have:

  • Rolled out business applications across their enterprise without long, costly network reconfigurations – accelerating application time to value and ROI while saving millions in IT costs
  • Increased their global WAN capacity by 3x to 4x with no additional network investment – reducing costs for expensive bandwidth and delaying need for network upgrades
  • Improved the performance of business applications over their corporate network -eliminating up to 90% of network-related application performance incidents and reducing time-to-repair incidents by 80%
  • Increased availability and response times of business applications – improving workforce productivity, customer service and relationships with partners who depend on network access
  • Eliminated enterprise-controllable network “blackouts” and “brownouts” – improving overall enterprise productivity and avoiding a catastrophic interruption of operations
  • And achieved many other benefits discussed in this paper
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