Networking & Communications

Eight Toxic Networking Vendor Selection Philosophies

Provided by Aruba Networks

Category Networking & Communications

Type Analyst Report

Length 15

Publish Date July 11 2016

Date posted October 14 2016


In the last few years, network products and architecture have changed and revolutionized what is expected from network operations. However, even though it might be the right decision for the company, many enterprise networking teams still struggle to move away from their incumbent network structure. This white paper addresses eight common statements used by businesses to justify their vendor selection decisions and explains why each one is invalid, thus helping professionals make the right choices for their customers and company.



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