As your company scales, it’s natural that there’s going to be a lot more going on when it comes to your organization’s network.
We’re not just talking users, either: Between the number of BYOD devices and streaming services like YouTube taxing your company bandwidth, companies more than ever struggle to keep up with the strain on their networks, introducing a slew of challenges:
Top enterprise network challenges
But, according to new research from Aberdeen Group Senior IT Research Analyst Jim Rapoza, leading organizations are making much-needed changes and improving the networking for their users. In fact, the top strategy for Best-in-Class organizations, at 53% of respondents, is to boost network capacity:
Top networking improvement challenges
While change can be a scary thing — especially for an organization already changing daily as it scales — organizations that do embrace it with new networking strategies can transform their network architecture into one that can provide improved performance and cost savings, and set the business up nicely to meet future challenges that come its way.
For more information, check out the related Aberdeen Group report, Developing a Better Strategy for Enterprise Networks.