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With standard telecommunication structures failing to keep businesses and consumers connected, the need is growing for a technology to bring various types of communications together as one.
This is where SD-WAN implementations are coming into play. This technology is changing how even the smallest businesses connect and communicate with customers and other businesses.
Enterprises throughout the world are turning to SD-WAN to reduce latency, improve reach and expand their businesses. By 2020, it’s expected that this industry will grow to over $6 billion in revenues, making it important to learn from these early adopters and see if it’s right for your business.
Just as businesses start committing to the cloud, another trend starts to emerge – edge computing.
Right now, edge computing is trending in North America for a variety of reasons. As with all technology, moving to the edge is simply the next evolution from the cloud.
While edge computing and cloud computing will work hand-in-hand, businesses are starting to find that for some things, closer data processing is the better choice.
There’s a new trend in modern computing that is coming up behind cloud computing, and this is called “edge computing.” The relationship that edge computing and cloud computing have can be fairly complex. Here’s a look at whether edge computing is set to replace the cloud, or whether, ultimately, something else will happen more akin to coexistence.
Reaching the Chinese marketplace is likely a lucrative prospect for enterprises like yours offering streaming video or mobile services. While you’ve perhaps made inroads into this, you’ve probably fought the firewalls China uses to block specific content. To get around this, many businesses now use VPN’s, or virtual private networks.
Despite many VPN’s operating in China lately, a recent dramatic crackdown took place. This could soon change how companies effectively send content without using more technical means.
This news might throw your own business into a quandary after depending on VPNs to get mobile and video services to Chinese citizens. What does it mean for the future of VPNs and unfiltered content there?
There is some hope, mostly through other technological options.
If you care about your ecommerce business, you’re in it for the long haul—not just growth in the next quarter, or the next year—but growth over the next 20 years. And that means finding new markets for your online products, domestically, but also globally.
New products, ideas, and services are constantly changing the definition of “best” in the technology market. In a world where technology constantly improves and even improves itself, it’s quite common to see one prominent platform rise to the top then fall to the bottom. However, even technologies that do eventually die are still the building blocks for future innovations with an even larger impact.One of the most prominent technologies that is currently on the top is cloud direct connect.