April 2, 2013

Guarantee Unified Communications performance over your WAN


Unified Communications (UC) enable enterprises to improve workforce productivity through easier communications, document sharing and collaboration. This brings high-profile applications to your network that must work flawlessly despite complex, dynamic traffic patterns with unpredictable bursts of user activity. This puts a lot of pressure on your network and also on you to guarantee application performance.

How do you deploy UC and get the expected benefits without disrupting the performance of pre-existing enterprise applications such as SAP, Oracle and Salesforce.com?

Buying more bandwidth or static, point-to-point WAN Optimization solutions will not help you as they don't apply to UC.

Companies such as Gemalto, Zodiac, Henkel and many others use Ipanema to guarantee Unified Communications as well as other critical applications performance while saving costs.

Learn more about guaranteeing the performance of UC applications in this new white paper.



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