WAN Summit New York is the leading vendor-neutral event for all things WAN, returning on 9 & 10 March 2020 at the Hilton Midtown. Please note that this event has been postponed until later in the year due to coronavirus.
The WAN Summit focuses on the needs of corporate network managers with a program that uniquely weaves together expert panel discussions, first-hand case study presentations from enterprise WAN managers, interactive peer-to-peer discussions and live demos.
2020 topics will cover the length and breadth of WAN management, from SD-WAN deployments, sourcing the underlay networks, securing cloud connections, to network automation, personal career development for network managers and much more.
Why Attend WAN Summit New York 2020?
You’re responsible for a global enterprise network. You struggle with the barrage of new networking solutions and best practices brought to the forefront by cloud services and your growing internet-bound network traffic.
Learn from the experience of your peers
Catch up on the latest network architecture trends
You’ll find Teneo in the exhibition area. Come and talk to us about network transformation, how to avoid project delays and how to keep your end users happy throughout.
Don’t miss the Teneo demo on Day 2
On Day 2 of the show, March 10th, at 10:30am, Teneo Solution Engineer Mike Blazejewski will be presenting Digital Experience Monitoring as a Service on the Live Demo stage. Here’s the demo overview, don’t miss it!:
Fast-paced end user adoption and problem-free usage of digital apps is what creates real competitive advantage, but without full visibility of the end user experience, this isn’t easy to achieve.
Digital Experience Monitoring as a Service from Teneo helps you automatically monitor end user experience of any local, cloud, or web-based enterprise app running on any physical, virtual, or mobile device, entirely from the end user device’s perspective.
Our demo will show you how our service helps you proactively identify and rapidly resolve technology, app or service problems by providing you with actionable insight. This lets you compare true performance before and after network and app changes, which is especially beneficial in migrations to SD-WAN, Windows 10 and Office 365.
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