New applications and an evolving organizational environment drive enterprise bandwidth growth and a need for predictable, stable, real-time performance. A new generation of enterprise application Web front-ends and Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings, plus the move to direct-to-Internet branch connections are shifting where optimization and security services must be delivered. Faced with budget and staffing issues, enterprise interest in managed optimization for WAN and Internet traffic is growing, and among managed service providers, carriers are well positioned to offer such services. Learn how Managed Service Providers (MSPs) can inject application awareness into their services as their next value-add and as a critical differentiator.
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