BizTechReports Webcast: Enterprise Network of the Future Creates Current Need for More Nuanced Planning, Management and Execution

Nemertes logoThe enterprise network of the immediate future promises to open the door to a whole new era of innovation and productivity, as wireless access becomes the infrastructure on-ramp of choice, video traffic enables more intuitive communication and underlying infrastructures become more agile and intelligent.

Indeed, optimizing enterprise networks for today’s mobile, collaborative and data-hungry workforce has emerged as a mission-critical technology mandate.  Along with increased mobile communication from an expanding variety of devices and applications, today’s organizations must support and facilitate the efficient movement of increasing volumes of data.

CDW LogoAll of this requires a modern network with resiliency, security and improved performance.  But getting there from here is going to take some doing.

BizTechReports caught up with Irwin Lazar, Vice President & Service Director, Nemertes Research and Ignacio “Nacho” Vega, Network Solutions Architect with CDW to explore the underlying issues, challenges and technological pivot points that will define the next generation of enterprise networking.


About lcooper

Lane Cooper has over 20 years of experience as a researcher, reporter and editor analyzing the business and technology industry. On average, Lane meets with 600 CIOs and senior enterprise executives every year to understand the impact of evolving technological developments on organizations of all sizes across all industries. He has organized and moderated many live and online events and works with a variety of high-tech organizations to ensure that information is presented in a context that is useful to an audience of sophisticated technology buyers and implementers. He is a Contributing Content Partner to CIO Magazine, Network World and Computerworld. Other news services and magazines that have carried his by-line include: Voice Report, Network World, Byte Magazine, TechWeb, Optimize, Information Week, Telephony, Communications Week, ComWeek International, and Enterprise Systems Journal. He lives in Washington DC, where he is the Editorial Director of BizTechReports, an independent reporting agency that analyzes user trends in business technology.