Modern networking for the borderless enterprise

5 ways top organisations are optimising networking at the edge

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Enterprises are growing more dispersed and borderless, and are moving to the cloud to accelerate workflows and better support users. Yet the shift to leverage public, private and hybrid cloud networking across the borderless enterprise is becoming more challenging.

That’s because many organisations still rely on siloed hardware that locally manages DNS, DHCP and IP address management (collectively known as DDI) individually for each site. Fast, reliable DDI services are essential to all modern networking, and consequently, the “local hardware” management of core DDI services creates a host of problems.

This whitepaper examines how moving the management plane for DDI from the appliance to the cloud enables you to centrally manage your borderless enterprise - and with far greater elasticity, reliability, security and automation than traditional on-premises DDI solutions provide.

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