Silver Peak SD-WAN Webinar

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Silver Peak SD-WAN Webinar

11 May 2016 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

IAS Networking Partner Silver-Peak

The WAN has always been about connecting users to applications, and moving data over distance.  Traditionally private circuits such as MPLS, VPLS, and E-Line were the backbone of this infrastructure, but as more applications move to the cloud the cost of supporting this movement is dramatically increasing while the efficiency and flexibility shrinks.  Additionally the price of broadband bandwidth for internet access has decreased dramatically yet reliability, latency, and security have proven to be barriers to incorporating this inexpensive bandwidth to the corporate WAN.  Finally, the move to use more SaaS and IaaS services in the enterprise presents a challenge to IT organization as core business applications now lie outside the corporate network.

Many IT professionals are aware of the problem – but not aware of the solution.  The solution is software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) technology.

What if you could…

  • Replace or reduce your dependency on MPLS by leveraging cost-effective, high-bandwidth broadband internet connections for your WAN?
  • Actually utilize your backup link at the branch office instead of paying for connectivity that sits idle?
  • Use more internet connectivity in a secure (256 bit encryption), controlled and optimized manner?
  • Guarantee consistent and reliable performance for users connecting to any apps?
  • Save up to 90% in costs while doing all of the above?

Well, now you can with Silver Peak.

Join Integrated Archive Systems (IAS) and Silver Peak on Wednesday, May 11th at 10:00AM PST via a live webinar to learn how.

Please have a look at this short video that summarizes the solution.

Sponsored by Integrated Archive Systems (IAS) and Silver Peak.

To register for this webinar click here or call for more information, Jennifer at 650-528-4354.


Jennifer Childs

Marketing Programs

(c) 650-269-9133

(d) 650-528-4354


11 May 2016
10:00 am - 11:00 am


Jennifer Childs
(650) 528-4354



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