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Long-distance IT: Driving efficiency in remote offices

Long-distance IT: Driving efficiency in remote offices

In this paper, IDG research highlights the many ways WAN optimisation solutions with a built-in Windows Server lead to more efficient branch office it. · Supporting branch offices is a costly, time-consuming job made tougher by having no one on-site to do it

· WAN optimisation solutions mostly do a good job of improving remote office performance and lowering network costs but are now facing new demands

· There is currently only one on the market with all of the capabilities that businesses with branches need

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