The quality, state, or capability of being connective or connected connectivity of a surface especially : the ability to connect to or communicate with another computer or computer system.
Connectivity encompasses wide area network (WAN), internet, point-to-point, voice, and more. It includes services from both traditional telecom and regional fiber providers.
But enough with definitions, is yours helping or hurting you?
How’s the internet connection at your office? Does it help or hinder your business?
SD-WAN. Stay online. Do more business.
A wide area network (WAN) can connect branch offices to a central corporate network or connect data centers separated by distance. In the past, these WAN connections often used technology that required special proprietary hardware. The SD-WAN movement seeks to move more network control into the “Cloud”, using a software approach.
SD-WAN offers compelling advantages for distributed organizations with critical branch operations, including the benefits of business agility, improved applications performance, and lower cost of bandwidth.
SD-WAN is an evolutionary approach to the WAN that offers simplified management, quick turn-up, better application performance, improved resiliency, and cost savings when compared to traditional approaches. It can replace or work with MPLS, and is delivered directly, via carriers, or via managed service providers.