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The Importance of Network Resilience: Keeping Systems Running During a Crisis

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Alan Stewart-Brown, VP EMEA, Opengear discusses the importance of network resilience.

As organisations add layers of complexity to networks, often resulting in more vulnerabilities, network resilience must be considered at all stages of a deployment. Couple this with a pandemic and other crisis scenarios from cyber-attacks to natural disasters and there is a higher premium than ever on secure remote access and network resilience to ensure business continuity.

As the market leader in Out-of-Band management, and with the recent addition of NetOps automation tools to the company’s Network Resilence Platform, Alan Stewart-Brown will be outlining how to build a resilient network - one that delivers secure ‘virtual hands’ remote access and automation for Day 1 provisioning, ongoing maintenance and emergency access to organisations’ critical IT infrastructure. Alan will also be sharing highlights from a recent independent global study of 500 senior IT decision-makers ‘Measuring the True Cost of Network Outages’.


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