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Software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) is an important implementation for enterprises prioritizing cloud migration in their technology strategies. As more organizations shift from multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) to a virtual networking solution, there is also a need to address the challenges that come with an SD-WAN migration.

Can your organization survive a $3.86 million data breach? That’s the average dollar amount associated with a data breach, according to a recent report. For healthcare providers, the cost can be even higher. But rather than focus on the possible cost of a breach, think about how you can prevent one in the first place. Having the right cyber security tools is critical to protect your data.

Does your desktop management platform match up with your endpoint security requirements? For organizations setting up disaster recovery strategies, much can be gained by considering endpoint security in that plan.

Creating the right connection for software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) requires enterprises to consider several factors, including security, performance, and connection methods. Generally, the leading SD-WAN providers offer cloud integration with their solutions, delivered through connection to a private point of presence, utilizing an internet virtual private network (VPN) or using back-to-back access.

Intelligent businesses have a strategy in place to stay future-proof. When, where, and how a disaster might strike is impossible to predict, so it’s imperative to be prepared for any eventuality. Whether you’re hit by a severe storm, a fire, basic human error, or a global pandemic, you need the right tools and services in place to maintain business continuity and run seamlessly. There’s one key to staying prepared for anything: leverage the benefits of managed IT.