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WAN Wednesdays

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Think you can spare 20 minutes of your week to keep up to speed with the world of WAN?That's what WAN Wednesdays are for. Every week we'll host a quickfire podcast with a new guest each week dedicated to a different aspect of corporate network management. From security to MPLS migration, from single pane of glass to the impact of IoT - we'll cover it all, one week at a time. Guests will include network managers, analysts, solution providers, telecoms operators - anyone with a voice in where the WAN is heading.

Latest Episodes

15: Global WAN Week (with Camela Cuison, WAN Summit)

We are taking a break in the schedule to update you on some exciting WAN Summit news.

9 MIN1 w ago
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15: Global WAN Week (with Camela Cuison, WAN Summit)

14: Covid and the Cloud (with Marco van den Akker)

In this week’s episode, Bill Yates welcomes cloud evangelist Marco van den Akker to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the internet and the future of cloud services.

18 MIN2 w ago
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14: Covid and the Cloud (with Marco van den Akker)

13: Covid-Proofing the WAN (John Isch & Laurent Perrin, Orange Business Services)

We don’t need to tell you that not much is predictable right now in the world of business – especially when it comes to enterprise networks. Each organisation, industry and country has different priorities when it comes to emerging to the other side of Covid-19. We welcome two guests from Orange Business Services – Director Connectivity Solutions John Isch and Director Application Driven Network Laurent Perrin – to discuss the impact of increased working from home, how Orange is supporting customers, and what the current situation means for enterprises and their transformation journeys.

23 MIN3 w ago
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13: Covid-Proofing the WAN (John Isch & Laurent Perrin, Orange Business Services)

12: WAN Manager Survey (with Lizzy Thorne, TeleGeography)

We’ve heard from quite a few WAN managers on WAN Wednesdays, but now we’re about to hear from dozens of them in one go - thanks to the WAN Manager Survey, which is published by WAN Summit co-organisers TeleGeography. Co-author Lizzy Thorne, Research Analyst at TeleGeography, shares some previews of the findings and what they might mean for the future of the WAN.

23 MINJUN 3
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12: WAN Manager Survey (with Lizzy Thorne, TeleGeography)

11: Standardisation (with Dan Pitt, MEF Forum)

SD-WAN brings great benefits to an organisation - not least the ability to scale bandwidth, sites and connections up and down when required. But for true ease of use, there needs to be some element of interoperability - and this means standardisation across the supply chain. Dan Pitt, SVP of MEF, President of Palo Alto Innovation Advisors, and veteran of the SDN/NFV movement, will join us on the podcast to discuss the progress made in SD-WAN standardisation so far, why it's so necessary, and what network managers and solutions providers can expect in the near future.

22 MINMAY 28
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11: Standardisation (with Dan Pitt, MEF Forum)

10: M&A in the WAN (with Lucas Goh, Volex)

Managing a corporate network is difficult enough at the best of times. But when you add mergers, acquisitions or disposals into the mix, the job can become fiendishly complex. How do you integrate two organisations with totally different application stacks, networking setups and corporate cultures? And on the other side of the coin, how do you go about untangling a division of a business to prepare for its sale? Lucas Goh, IT Director for power solutions manufacturer Volex, is dropping into WAN Wednesdays to tell us all about his experience in M&A WAN management.

19 MINMAY 20
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10: M&A in the WAN (with Lucas Goh, Volex)

9: The Hidden Challenges of SD-WAN (with Michael Martin, McKinsey)

SD-WAN has the potential to transform how an organisation operates - but it's not all smooth sailing. Michael Martin, Senior Enterprise Architect at business consultancy McKinsey, discusses the hidden challenges that can trip up an enterprise adopting SD-WAN. These can include security issues, the challenges of managing a hybrid network - and of course, how SD-WAN will integrate with remote access over time.

23 MINMAY 13
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9: The Hidden Challenges of SD-WAN (with Michael Martin, McKinsey)

8: Evolving SD-WAN to Multicloud (with Lloyd Noronha, Cisco)

As multicloud becomes a reality for enterprises, how can network managers handle the transition - especially the security aspects? This week we're delighted to welcome Lloyd Noronha, head of SD-WAN Marketing at Cisco and veteran of the SD-WAN game, onto the podcast to discuss the role SD-WAN plays in multicloud transition, deployment models in security, the difference between what enterprises ask for in deployment and what they can get, and other aspect.

23 MINMAY 6
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8: Evolving SD-WAN to Multicloud (with Lloyd Noronha, Cisco)

7: The Cost Saving Blueprint (with Ciaran Roche, Coevolve)

When we asked them in October, 44% of the enterprise delegates at the WAN Summit London said that pricing is the most important factor when choosing SD-WAN. So our guest this week is Ciaran Roche from corporate networking consultancy Coevolve, who'll tell us how enterprises can keep spending under control while running and improving their networks.

21 MINAPR 30
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7: The Cost Saving Blueprint (with Ciaran Roche, Coevolve)

6: Adding Resilience to an SD-WAN Deployment (with Todd Rychecky, Opengear)

Todd Rychecky, Opengear's VP Sales for Americas, discusses how enterprises can ensure resilience when making deployments as part of their SD-WAN rollouts.

19 MINAPR 23
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6: Adding Resilience to an SD-WAN Deployment (with Todd Rychecky, Opengear)

Latest Episodes

15: Global WAN Week (with Camela Cuison, WAN Summit)

We are taking a break in the schedule to update you on some exciting WAN Summit news.

9 MIN1 w ago
Comments
15: Global WAN Week (with Camela Cuison, WAN Summit)

14: Covid and the Cloud (with Marco van den Akker)

In this week’s episode, Bill Yates welcomes cloud evangelist Marco van den Akker to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the internet and the future of cloud services.

18 MIN2 w ago
Comments
14: Covid and the Cloud (with Marco van den Akker)

13: Covid-Proofing the WAN (John Isch & Laurent Perrin, Orange Business Services)

We don’t need to tell you that not much is predictable right now in the world of business – especially when it comes to enterprise networks. Each organisation, industry and country has different priorities when it comes to emerging to the other side of Covid-19. We welcome two guests from Orange Business Services – Director Connectivity Solutions John Isch and Director Application Driven Network Laurent Perrin – to discuss the impact of increased working from home, how Orange is supporting customers, and what the current situation means for enterprises and their transformation journeys.

23 MIN3 w ago
Comments
13: Covid-Proofing the WAN (John Isch & Laurent Perrin, Orange Business Services)

12: WAN Manager Survey (with Lizzy Thorne, TeleGeography)

We’ve heard from quite a few WAN managers on WAN Wednesdays, but now we’re about to hear from dozens of them in one go - thanks to the WAN Manager Survey, which is published by WAN Summit co-organisers TeleGeography. Co-author Lizzy Thorne, Research Analyst at TeleGeography, shares some previews of the findings and what they might mean for the future of the WAN.

23 MINJUN 3
Comments
12: WAN Manager Survey (with Lizzy Thorne, TeleGeography)

11: Standardisation (with Dan Pitt, MEF Forum)

SD-WAN brings great benefits to an organisation - not least the ability to scale bandwidth, sites and connections up and down when required. But for true ease of use, there needs to be some element of interoperability - and this means standardisation across the supply chain. Dan Pitt, SVP of MEF, President of Palo Alto Innovation Advisors, and veteran of the SDN/NFV movement, will join us on the podcast to discuss the progress made in SD-WAN standardisation so far, why it's so necessary, and what network managers and solutions providers can expect in the near future.

22 MINMAY 28
Comments
11: Standardisation (with Dan Pitt, MEF Forum)

10: M&A in the WAN (with Lucas Goh, Volex)

Managing a corporate network is difficult enough at the best of times. But when you add mergers, acquisitions or disposals into the mix, the job can become fiendishly complex. How do you integrate two organisations with totally different application stacks, networking setups and corporate cultures? And on the other side of the coin, how do you go about untangling a division of a business to prepare for its sale? Lucas Goh, IT Director for power solutions manufacturer Volex, is dropping into WAN Wednesdays to tell us all about his experience in M&A WAN management.

19 MINMAY 20
Comments
10: M&A in the WAN (with Lucas Goh, Volex)

9: The Hidden Challenges of SD-WAN (with Michael Martin, McKinsey)

SD-WAN has the potential to transform how an organisation operates - but it's not all smooth sailing. Michael Martin, Senior Enterprise Architect at business consultancy McKinsey, discusses the hidden challenges that can trip up an enterprise adopting SD-WAN. These can include security issues, the challenges of managing a hybrid network - and of course, how SD-WAN will integrate with remote access over time.

23 MINMAY 13
Comments
9: The Hidden Challenges of SD-WAN (with Michael Martin, McKinsey)

8: Evolving SD-WAN to Multicloud (with Lloyd Noronha, Cisco)

As multicloud becomes a reality for enterprises, how can network managers handle the transition - especially the security aspects? This week we're delighted to welcome Lloyd Noronha, head of SD-WAN Marketing at Cisco and veteran of the SD-WAN game, onto the podcast to discuss the role SD-WAN plays in multicloud transition, deployment models in security, the difference between what enterprises ask for in deployment and what they can get, and other aspect.

23 MINMAY 6
Comments
8: Evolving SD-WAN to Multicloud (with Lloyd Noronha, Cisco)

7: The Cost Saving Blueprint (with Ciaran Roche, Coevolve)

When we asked them in October, 44% of the enterprise delegates at the WAN Summit London said that pricing is the most important factor when choosing SD-WAN. So our guest this week is Ciaran Roche from corporate networking consultancy Coevolve, who'll tell us how enterprises can keep spending under control while running and improving their networks.

21 MINAPR 30
Comments
7: The Cost Saving Blueprint (with Ciaran Roche, Coevolve)

6: Adding Resilience to an SD-WAN Deployment (with Todd Rychecky, Opengear)

Todd Rychecky, Opengear's VP Sales for Americas, discusses how enterprises can ensure resilience when making deployments as part of their SD-WAN rollouts.

19 MINAPR 23
Comments
6: Adding Resilience to an SD-WAN Deployment (with Todd Rychecky, Opengear)
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