TECH SUPPLIER Feb 2021 - Web Conference Proceeding: Tech Supplier - Doc # WC20210202
Future of Enterprise Networking: Emergence of the New Normal
By: Mark WintherGroup Vice President and Consulting Partner, Worldwide Telecommunications, Brad CasemoreResearch Vice President, Datacenter Networks, Brandon ButlerSenior Research Analyst, Enterprise Networks, Rohit MehraVice President, Network Infrastructure
This IDC Web Conference highlights the key findings of a survey of U.S. enterprises. With 2020 in the rearview mirror, enterprises are eagerly looking ahead to 2021. Networking changed dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic, but what changes will become permanent? Enterprises continue to support more remote workers while increasing their reliance on multiple cloud platforms, and connectivity remains as important as ever. What will the new normal of enterprise networking look like? And what networking investments will enterprises prioritize in 2021?
IDC recently fielded a survey of U.S. enterprises to gain insights into the future of the enterprise network and will present key findings in this webinar. Discussion topics include:
- How investment priorities have changed across key enterprise networking technologies, including enterprise campus, datacenter and multicloud networking, SD-WAN, UC&C, network management, and cloud-managed networking?
- How enterprises will manage a hybrid workforce and a "Branch of One" architecture that optimizes remote employee experiences?
- Which of the vendors and solutions are enterprises more likely to work with for their future networking needs?
Datacenter and Multicloud Networking , Future of Digital Infrastructure - Agenda , Managed and Cloud-Hosted Virtualized Network Services , Managed Edge and Content Delivery Services , Network Analytics and Visibility , Network Life-Cycle and Infrastructure Services , Network Life-Cycle Services
COVID-19, Hosting infrastructure services, Networking services, Networking virtualization, System and network management software, Unified communications and collaboration, WiFi, WAPI, Wireless LAN infrastructure