ARTICLES — January 20, 2020

4 Ways SDWAN Helps You Achieve Business Goals Quicker in 2020

The beginning of the year is the perfect time for new opportunities and getting the chance to achieve things that couldn’t be previously completed. However, with all the technology advancements, keeping your business run smoothly at the beginning of the year sometimes can be a challenge. Thankfully, tackling modern business obstacles can be done with the use of SDWAN. Here are the ways SDWAN can keep your business performance at peak in 2020.

Enables Unified Communications

Coupling SDWAN with cloud-based unified communications (UC) increases productivity. In the events that would prove disruptive with solutions hosted on-premises, having phone, email, and other communications tools reside in the cloud enables business continuity. Deploying SD-WAN and cloud-based UC means enjoying the best of both worlds: flexibility in communications and network access, which can improve existing workflow.

Helps You Prepare for Temperamental Marketplace

Scalability is important in any business where markets can be inconstant, and this is why companies need the ability to scale up and down to handle customer needs. SDWAN is capable of flexing and shifting as business demands. Companies can add or take away additional cloud or Internet services, enabling them to trial new services and expand into new locations. Using SDWAN, companies can continually monitor network conditions and automatically make adjustments when required to make sure every user gets optimal performance.

Makes Management Processes Easier

Digital transformation initiatives add layers of complexity to a network, resulting in poor network performance, overtaxed teams and the need for locating on-site personnel at remote sites to manage the local infrastructure. Fortunately, SDWAN can ease the burden by making WAN infrastructure simpler using broadband to offload non-critical business apps, automating task monitoring and managing traffic through a centralized controller.

Reduces Operational Costs

As your business deploys ever-increasing cloud-based applications, the amount of data traveling over a WAN increases exponentially, increasing operational costs. SD-WAN can reduce them by leveraging low-cost local Internet access, providing direct cloud access and reducing the amount of traffic over the backbone WAN. Suitable for many business sectors from retail to healthcare, Telkomsel IoT SDWAN offers a transformational way to operate WANs. Using simplified branch WAN architecture and QoS management-based application performance improvement, you can now significantly increase business performance with simplicity and reduced cost.

Technological improvement rate encourages businesses to keep pace or face the risk of becoming irrelevant, and the beginning of the year is the right time to find new solutions to help you make new decisions. The emergence of SDWAN means businesses can stay focused on their business goals and ensuring connectivity becomes the foundation for digital business growth and success. Find out more about SDWAN at https://telkomseliot.com/ and decide what’s best for your business.

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