Managed WAN-a-phobia

Breidenbach, Susan
October 1999
Network World;10/25/99, Vol. 16 Issue 43, p59
Trade Publication
Discusses various issues concerning managed wide area networks (WAN) in the United States. Benefit of outsourcing the planning and implementation of a WAN upgrade; Estimate of the managed network services market; Fear of companies to lose control over their networks; Type of relationship between companies and managed services providers. INSETS: Five reasons to go to a managed WAN.;A baker's dozen tips for selecting the right...;Choosing a technology...or not..


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