The CIO’s New Guide to Design of Global IT Infrastructure

Technology has enabled businesses to become highly distributed—whether across a region or around the globe. This paper explores the business imperatives that are driving enterprise IT design today, and presents five key principles chief information officers (CIOs) are using to redesign business infrastructures. It also explains how wide-area network (WAN) solutions can help hold distributed organizations together.

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