Wringing maximum value out of WANs

Supplied by Enablis on Wednesday, 20 May, 2015


The rapid rollout of fibre across Australia has significantly reduced internet access costs – by up to 80% in three years – but many businesses are still paying too much for wide area network (WAN) services.

A review of WAN contracts should consider five key fundamentals – reducing communications costs; accessing the latest technologies including hosted telephony and video collaboration; improving reliability and support; maintaining real-time visibility and control; and maximizing WAN investments.

Businesses conducting successful WAN reviews have been able to reduce total network spend in the order of 40% while increasing their bandwidth tenfold.


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