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Historically, the branch office of an organization was the red-headed stepchild of the network. Locally cached data tended to be out of date and connections to the central data center were often slow and unreliable. This was fine when interactions with customers and databases were slow, and the number of devices connected to the branch network was limited. But digital transformation has changed all of that. Today, transactions, workflows, applications, and data requests at the branch need to be just as fast as those being processed at the network core. Even more challenging, the number and types of end users and the increasing volume of voice and video traffic and business applications co... Full story

18 January