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Branch IT Consolidation: Five Golden Rules

September 18, 2009 - 0 Comments

You’ve seen the problem, or maybe you’re dealing with it now: bloated branch offices make for inconsistent services and unnecessary risk  You want to centralize data to make it more available, redundant, and secure… but at the same time, you’ve got to meet the needs of increasingly demanding remote users.




So I invite you to join on September 24 our team of Cisco experts (Data Center expert Steve Phillips and the Cisco WAN Optimization expert Noam Syrkin ) for this special edition of the Techwise TV  dedicated to branch consolidation

Pre-register now to receive access to the full show when it’s released on 9/24/2009.

This entertaining one-hour show will definitely help you

  • Better understand the benefits of branch consolidation solutions
  • Investigate the most avoidable pitfalls for branch consolidation
  • Delve into Domain Name System (DNS) and identify primary procedural steps you might be overlooking
  • Break down the vulnerabilities and illustrate on which mitigation attempts you should concentrate
  • Learn the realities of “load balancing” technology: what you need, what you can ignore
  • Analyze successful design approaches that save you time and money

Enabling the centralization of remote application, file, and print servers for operational efficiencies still remains a top priority; this becomes even more complex when trying to avoid the cost of additional bandwidth.

Tune in to find out how to strike the right balance…


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