Branch office network design

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  • WAN optimization policy goes deep

    The nature of the branch office is changing. Previously, branch offices were small remote sites with groups of workers that had a single focus, such as sales or customer support. Generally these workers accessed the same narrow set of applications. B... 

  • Simplifying branch office management

    Branch IT managers face a very dynamic environment. The number of branches is rising, telecommuting is increasing, and the demand for applications is expanding. You need to take a proactive approach, classify branches, and establish SLAs that tie to ... 

  • Expansion during recession: The trend of remote offices

    In this podcast on remote offices' expansion during recession, Nemertes Research analyst John Burke discusses the current trends in remote branch offices. He discusses trends in telecommuting, how the recession has affected branch office growth, what... 

About Branch office network design

The WAN connects more branch offices and must deliver more applications to them than ever before. Learn how to plan sufficient WAN bandwidth and set up branch office hardware and systems -- especially routers, servers, and local services -- to provide users in remote offices the same IT services they would receive at headquarters.