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Regcast Clear some space in your diary for 2pm BST (9am EST) on 21 April, as The Register's expert panel tackle WAN optimisation in our next live and interactive Regcast.

As more and more business processes become dependent on network connectivity, companies are finding that simply adding more bandwidth resolves few service issues. This free-to-attend live broadcast delivers: a practical real world look at WAN optimisation, assesses its true value to the modern business; and demonstrates available solutions.

Putting their knowledge to the test by delivering advice and answers to questions from attendees will be Tony Lock from Freeform Dynamics and Riverbed's Mark Lewis. Moderating proceedings throughout, Reg broadcaster Tim Phillips will ensure the panel stays focused and provides suitable answers on a variety of topics including:

  • Optimising applications
  • Branch and remote office latency in consolidation scenarios
  • Data centre wide area data replication challenges and options
  • Mobile user connectivity

Whether you are a network engineer or IT manager, if you want an educated discussion on WAN optimisation and how it can improve business efficiency and effectiveness, this is the event for you.

Reserve your place today .

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