Today, the network is the business—but most organizations struggle to gain control in today’s highly dynamic technology environment. Too many networks are fragile, composed of single points of failure and highly vulnerability to attacks, and they must be managed manually at the cost of significant human effort. All of these factors conspire to increase cost and risk and reduce business agility. But what if you could take a network like this, and by introducing a few key technologies make a significant improvement in your ability to manage it? What benefits would you expect?
There are several answers. You could: