In blog 1 of this five-part series, we saw that digital transformation requires faster, more flexible, and secure networks. In this post, we’re going to focus on the benefits of fabric networking to the campus.

Creating a campus fit for the digital era

The enterprise campus has become one of the most vexing environments in which to manage IT. You need to rapidly onboard BYOD users and Internet connected devices, quickly deploy the new digital technology that your organisation requires, prevent cyber-attacks at every entry point, and do it all while delivering a consistent and personalised user experience.  

Extreme’s Automated Campus solution makes it all possible with even greater simplicity, security, and intelligence.

Drive IT staff efficiency

Streamline and automate your network to enable faster network changes, quicker deployment of new applications and more intuitive troubleshooting.

Deliver a better user experience

Gain visibility and control of users and applications along with actionable business insights to deliver the best user experience.

Reduce business risk

Deploy a segmented network to increase security by isolating critical users, applications and/ or IoT devices, and containing breaches to minimise damage.

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Fabric networking from Extreme Networks in partnership with First Technology

We know that enterprises can’t meet the challenges of 21st century digital transformation with 20th century networks.

Extreme Networks’ Automated Campus and Agile Data Centre are proven fabric networking solutions that deliver the agile, adaptive networks enterprises need to transform their business.

To find out whether you’re being responsive to your business or if you would like to learn more about First Technology and Extreme Networks’ fabric networking solutions, contact Jolene Strydom at jolenes@firsttechnology.co.za or 021 525 7000.

 

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