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"Network Intelligence in Cloud Applications: Why Cloud is the Network?"

Network Intelligence:Why the Cloud is the Network?

Network Intelligence:Why the Cloud is the Network?

White Paper: Doyle Research

Network intelligence based in the cloud enables IT organizations to quickly, easily, and securely adapt their network to the new cloud-oriented traffic flows. SD-WAN technology delivers the network intelligence required to increase remote work force with cloud-based applications and data.

Read this whitepaper, “Why the Cloud is the Network”, to learn how to leverage the cloud as a network and why the organizations accessing cloud-based applications should consider the adoption of SD-WAN solutions. It discusses:

• How are enterprises leveraging network intelligence in the cloud based applications to produce flexible networks which adapt, improve, and secure access and performance of traditional cloud services?

• How can intelligent cloud network impact user adoption, satisfaction, and productivity?

• How can network intelligence based in the cloud remediate network challenges to reduce jitters, packet loss, and improve redundancy?

• How can network intelligence in the cloud based applications minimize disadvantages like unpredictable reliability, poor latency, and limited security?

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