Technical debt, manual network changes, network silo-ism — the worst practices in networking practices undermine network agility and increase costs. No networking team plans to become inefficient, it just sort of happens on the way of putting out today’s fire. To make matters worse, bad practice are often overlooked as many people assume “that’s just the way it is.”
To help IT address the problem Gartner recently issued a report tackling this area. “Avoid These 'Bottom 10' Networking Worst Practices,” by Andrew Lerner, Bill Menezes, Vivek Bhalla, and Danellie Young identifies the most common “bad” networking practices Gartner analysts have seen over the course of several thousand of interactions with Gartner clients.
Join us as Dave Greenfield, secure networking evangelist at Cato Networks, will explain how you can use Cato Cloud to address them. Teaming up with him is industry expert, Steve Garson, president of SD-WAN Experts. He’ll share his experience helping enterprises transform their networks with SD-WAN.
By joining the webinar you’ll:
- Learn about the worst networking practices Gartner has found across companies.
- Gain practical ways for identifying those practices in your organization
- Hear how enterprises use Cato Cloud to avoid or overcome those worst networking practices