Global WAN Week is a 3-day event that combines five established vendor-neutral WAN Summit conferences onto one virtual event platform – offering a global focus and unprecedented opportunity to connect to the WAN community.
Teneo will be exhibiting at WAN Week 2020 with a virtual booth – please stop by online to ask us questions! We’ll also be taking part in a live Q&A on day two, August 12th at 3:15 p.m. BST.
WAN Week 2020 themes include:
Lessons learned in everyday SD-WAN management
Extending the WAN to locked-down workers
Making the cloud work for you
Realising SD-WAN enabled networks
Security in a multi-cloud world
Sourcing and managing varied connectivity portfolios
Join our CTO, Andy de Clerck, as he will take part in a panel discussion on the topic of “Making the Cloud Work for You: Enhancing Connectivity, Performance and Cost Efficiency.” This session is scheduled on day two of the event, August 12th, at 9:30-10:15 a.m. BST.
The agenda is designed to bring live content across 3 geographies, with timings adjusted to different regions each day. Attendees are welcome to join any session they wish and will also be able to view all panels and presentations on demand. Timings are tailored to time zones as follows:
Day One (11 August): Americas
Day Two (12 August): Europe, Middle East & Africa
Day Three (13 August): Asia-Pacific
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