How Multapplied SD-WAN enables Service Providers to Deliver Business Continuity for their Customers

Internet connectivity has emerged as the foundation of the modern enterprise. Today, just about every operation requires connectivity in some form or another—and without a reliable, robust solution in place, a company is at serious risk. In fact, most businesses can only last a few minutes without connectivity. For this reason, “business continuity” has emerged…

Use Case: MSP uses Multapplied SD-WAN as “Secure Onramp” to Deliver Managed Services

Summary Cloud company (Partner X) needed a cost-effective SD-WAN solution Deployed Multapplied SD-WAN as a “Secure Onramp” to manage connectivity Secure Onramp streamlines application deployments and provides a managed “on-ramp” or managed connectivity between customer sites and MSP cloud services Partner X bundles and sells Multapplied SD-WAN under their own brand to drive business results;…

How MSPs can Maximize Revenue by Adding Managed Network to their Porfolio

  “SD-WAN favors decoupling the procurement of transport and service management, therefore, widening the opportunity for smaller competitors to challenge large network-based providers.” [1] The quality of a managed service is based almost entirely on customer connectivity. The reality is that not all of an MSP’s customers have the dedicated fiber or leased lines at…

How SD-WAN Eliminates Failover and Outages for DaaS Providers

Deliver Reliable Connectivity as Your Secret Competitive Advantage As a Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) provider, connectivity should be a top priority. Here’s why: Your company is much more than just a for-profit organization. You are the nexus—the digital foundation—for countless companies. Customers rely on your infrastructure to power their desktops and apps on a daily basis, and…

Remember Muxing?

We can all probably agree that SD-WAN is a much-abused term. It seems to mean anything that a vendor wants it to mean. Gartner has defined a category of “WAN Edge” which includes “a widening set of network functions, including secure routers, firewalls, SD-WAN, WAN path control and WAN optimization, along with traditional routing functionality.”[1]…

5 Steps to Develop a Business Continuity Plan for Service Providers

If you’re an internet or managed service provider, maintaining operational stability is arguably your most important objective. After all, your business—and your reputation—depend on your ability to provide strong and reliable service. Unfortunately, many service providers struggle with network downtime. While you might expect the frequency of network outages to be reducing year over year,…