With the start of the new year, many people take the time to think about the changes we want to make – the habits and routines we want to start or stop. Usually our end goal is to make our lives more efficient and healthier.
Similarly, according to our recent research, IT leaders are also looking for efficiencies and rethinking the way their teams network. They are reassessing the core value of computing. Many are looking to reduce the load on their IT teams to focus on more innovative projects that enable the business. Some are very interested in exploring the potential of an emerging network model, Network as a Service (NaaS). NaaS promises to reduce the burden of network lifecycle management, while providing IT with continuous access to the latest technologies.
But what exactly is NaaS, how is it similar to or different from lease, what kinds of networking challenges can it solve, and what are IT organizations planning to adopt? Get answers to these questions and more in this latest podcast in Cisco’s Networking Insider Series.
2022 Global Networking Trends Report Insider Podcast
In this episode, listen to Prashanth Shenoy, VP of Marketing, Enterprise Networks and Cloud, and Phil Maynard, Director of Product Management, Network as a Service, as they have a candid and insightful discussion on the main conclusions of the new Cisco 2022 Global Networking Trends Report: The Rise of NaaS. You’ll learn how other networking professionals view this emerging model and get practical advice on how to get started if indeed NaaS is a perfect fit for your networking strategy.
It’s a new year, and it’s probably time to take a break already. So sit back, pop on those headphones, and enjoy this podcast on Network as a Service.
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