Now available on-demand: Part 4 of our People-Centric Collaboration webinar series, “the Promise of a Virtualized Network with Unified Communications.”
Even if you missed the live airing, you can still view the final installment of our webinar series on-demand and learn how virtualized networks are transforming businesses and giving them a competitive edge.
Dan DeBacker, director of Avaya Networking Solutions Architecture, describes in the webinar how the world around us is changing. By 2013, 70% of new enterprise users will be wireless by default. By 2020, 50 billion devices will be connected to the Internet, moving billions of emails, videos, voice calls and other content.
We are seeing a rapid rise in the consumerization of IT, where everyone owns a number of devices, communicates through multiple channels and uses a variety of applications – many of which are moving to the cloud. Enterprises must now provide access to applications and services anytime, from anywhere, on any device. This requires implementing a more robust, secure infrastructure that can speed up business processes while adapting to continued change. Yesterday’s networks are simply not enough.
Avaya believes there are four key elements to next-generation networking: removing complexity, enabling mobile workforces, reducing time to service and driving down costs. It is with those elements in mind that Avaya has created the Virtual Enterprise Network Architecture (VENA).
VENA takes a whole new approach to how networks are designed. It is one of the reasons Avaya is recognized as an innovative leader in real-time networking. VENA creates a robust, enterprise-wide private cloud infrastructure that readily meets session-based, real-time requirements. With VENA you can:
• Simplify configuration, deployment and management of services and applications
• Optimize traffic separation
• Deliver business-class mobility
• Reduce complexity of operations
• Enable always-on access
• Decrease time to service
• Provide a consistent enterprise-wide architecture
For complete details on how you can use Avaya VENA to effectively connect your users to the tools and information they need, view the full webinar.
To find out how Avaya unified communications can help your business grow, contact STL Communications at 1.800.993.4785, visit http://avaya.com/usa/portfolios/unified-communications or call 1.866.GO.AVAYA.