As your enterprise looks to digitally transform, what will be the implications for your network? Find out in this Gartner report, “2019 Strategic Roadmap for Networking.” Gartner analysts identify the key challenges confronting networking leaders supporting digital transformation initiatives, and the recommended technologies and processes for confronting those issues.
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Shamus is the Research Director of Network Management at Enterprise Management Associates. Shamus has more than twelve years of experience in the IT industry, primarily as a journalist covering the network infrastructure market. At Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), he is the senior analyst for the network management practice.
Yishay is VP Marketing at Cato Networks. Yishay has over 25 years of experience in defining and deploying enterprise IT software solutions in the areas of security, storage, business continuity and mobile computing.
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