Enterprises of all sizes have harnessed hybrid work models enabling employees to work both from the office and remotely, and research shows their IT networks are following suit by taking a hybrid approach to access.
According to a recent study, IT leaders are increasingly opting for hybrid SD-WAN connectivity, using both public and private access methodologies to make connecting to the network more flexible, reliable, and secure. Findings show that SD-WAN will reach a new peak due to today’s work-from-anywhere environment, with adoption rate expected to reach 92% and 58% of IT decision-makers predicted to use hybrid access over the next five years. This approach to connectivity will enable organisations to maintain business continuity, meet the demand for reliable cloud application performance, and provide enhanced communication and connectivity to the distributed workforce, all while maintaining security.
Another key discovery from the study illustrates that hybrid access d
Having the infrastructure to support and maintain increasing volumes of data is a key challenge facing businesses today. You need infrastructure that moves at the speed of your business, scales as you grow, and enables outcomes.
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The global shift to home working has seen organisations overhauling processes and adopting new technologies to support their distributed workforce. Many have thrived with the challenge, experiencing reduced operating expenses and increased employee productivity, and as we approach what feels like “normality” leaders are presented with a unique chance to completely reimagine the way their business operates.
Whilst the definitive future of the workplace remains unclear, it seems likely that most companies will continue allowing employees to work from home for at least some of the time after the pandemic subsides. Surveys have discovered that many people want to continue working from home as they feel more productive without office distractions and have a better work-life balance.
Empowering your employees with the choice to work from a centralised office, at home multiple days a week, or go remote ful