Fact or Fiction: Does SD-WAN Really Save You Money?
Download Gartner's expert analysis to help you plan your SD-WAN implementation
“As a result of vendor marketing and industry hype, many organisations expect to achieve cost savings by deploying software-defined WAN (SD-WAN).” Gartner’s expert analysis shows that it may actually be more expensive.
However, every enterprise deployment is unique. The benefits of SD-WAN run far deeper than pure network infrastructure cost savings, including higher availability, application prioritisation and path selection features.
Download your complimentary copy of Gartner’s 2018 report: Fact or Fiction: Does SD-WAN Really Save You Money? to help you plan your SD-WAN implementation.
Gartner, Fact or Fiction: Does SD-WAN Really Save You Money?, Ted Corbett, Andrew Lerner, Mike Toussaint, 27 February 2018.
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