It’s not often that networking solutions can be measured in employee attrition rates. And if those departing employees are members of an organization’s IT and technical staff,
Designing and deploying networks to better position our customers for the future
Today’s IT professional are tasked with more challenges than ever, with responsibilities extending well beyond the simple WANs and LANs of yesteryear. They’re now expected to make their organizations more competitive, help bring products to market faster, and shape the future of their organization. It’s a daunting task, as mobility solutions, IoT, software-defined networking, DevOps, virtualization, and automation, to name a few, are now the norm. And, with customers’ attack surfaces expanding by the minute, new technologies have to be designed and deployed with a discerning eye on network security. Those are just a few of the many reasons why more and more enterprises, service providers, healthcare organizations and government agencies are turning to GDT.