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Update on Cisco WAAS Relase 4.2 – Enhancements for IT Agility, Productivity and Cloud Computing

June 29, 2010 - 0 Comments

As a component of Cisco Borderless Networks and Cisco Data Center 3.0 initiative, Cisco WAAS allows IT departments to centralize applications and consolidate data centers while maintaining productivity for branchoffice and mobile users.

Cisco Wide Area Application Services software 4.2 is a major release that further enhances IT agility and end-user productivity, enables IT migration to cloud computing, while increasing return-on-investment.

Learn about the latest features in Cisco WAAS 4.2 in this discussion with Ranjan Goel, Product Manager and Eric Wolff, Product Marketing Manager, from the Cisco WAAS team.

New Requirements for WAN Optimization are driven by data center transformation including the adoption of virtualization, private/public clouds and Software-as-a-Service, new applications and services with the increased use of rich media, video, collaboration and by virtual desktops, the remote access evolution, increased numbers of mobile workers, and ‘low-footprint’ branches.

Cisco WAAS 4.2 enables IT organization to consolidate data centers and manage bandwidth expenses, optimize branch-office sites with reduced network and IT infrastructure, deliver desktop virtualization and rich-media applications and deliver high-performance cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service applications.

If you are at Cisco Live! come by at see us at the Cisco booth to meet the WAAS team and get your questions answered. You can follow Cisco WAAS on Twitter @CiscoWAAS.

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