21ST - 22ND OCTOBER 2019 Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London
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We’ll be at WAN Summit London 2019 as delegates this year, ready to discuss our experience deploying SD-WAN, visibility and security on behalf of national and global networking teams. Use the event’s MeetMe app to schedule time to meet up, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
As a vendor-neutral platform, WAN Summit London in the perfect opportunity for all key players in enterprise networking to meet and debate the latest trends and challenges in designing and operating corporate networks.
Created with support of an enterprise advisory board, the conference programme provides unique first-hand insights into key areas, such as security challenges, SD-WAN selection and rollout processes, cloud strategies and approaches to sourcing underlay networks, through a mix of enterprise case studies and expert panel discussions.
A variety of networking features offer an entertaining way to make new connections within the industry and the opportunity to deep-dive with peers into the topics most relevant to you.
Attend WAN Summit London 2019 to:
Learn from peers how to redesign your network to take advantage of SD-WAN technology
Hear from independent consultants about the latest WAN market trends
Make new connections in the network manager community and debate challenges such as sourcing suppliers, providing cloud connectivity and ensuring security
Meet IT solution providers with cutting-edge networking solutions on a commitment-free basis
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