How CIOs are shaping their networks for a digital future

Written by BT on 23 July 2019 in Sponsored Article
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BT walks through how CIOs are riding the wave of new network technology like SD-WAN, NFV, Cloud and Hybrid to shape their network for a digital future 

There has never been a better time to consider your future network

We’ve been working alongside CIOs with Gartner and CEOs with the Economist Intelligence Unit across a range of different industries. This has given us a unique insight into what will be driving technology leaders today as they look ahead. We have summarised our findings in the white paper "How CIOs are shaping their networks for a digital future".

New technologies are redefining what a network can do. A disparate, complex infrastructure can be simply managed through single solutions. Advances in software, AI and cognitive computing are transforming networks, and creating sophisticated security apparatus. New sites can be set up in a fraction of the time, without shipping boxes and people around the world.

We are working with the world’s leading businesses to reinvent their networks while they shape the future, and we have pulled our experience and insights together to help you see how to reinvent yours.

Click here to read BT's white paper: 'Shaping networks for a digital future'

Or here to access their report on how SD-WAN is the future of network transformation

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