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Nick Dell’s SD-WAN Questions Any IT Manager Should Ask Themselves

You’re considering SD-WAN for your company but what questions should you be asking? Just ask Nick Dell, the IT manager of a leading manufacturer. He’s already transitioned to SD-WAN and speaks widely about his experience.

Nick’s compiled a list of the essential questions anyone should ask themselves before purchasing an SD-WAN.

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  • The important differences between SD-WANs
  • Your company’s unique SD-WAN requirements
  • The personnel impact of SD-WAN and what to consider
  • Vendor-related issues
Shamus McGillicuddy
Shamus McGillicuddy
Research Director, EMA

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 Yovel
Yishay Yovel
VP Marketing, Cato Networks

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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Cato Cloud connects all the enterprise network resources, including branch locations, the mobile workforce, and physical and cloud datacenters, into a global, secure, managed SD-WAN service. With all WAN and Internet traffic consolidated in the cloud, Cato applies a suite of security services to protect all traffic at all times.

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Cato, the cloud-native carrier, provides the only secure managed SD-WAN service built with the global reach, self-service, and agility of the cloud. Cato replaces MPLS and multiple networking and security point solutions with a converged WAN transformation platform built for the digital business. Using Cato, customers easily migrate from MPLS to SD-WAN, improve global connectivity to on-premises and cloud applications, enable secure branch internet access everywhere, and securely and optimally integrate cloud datacenters and mobile users into the network.