July 14, 2021
6 min read
Network infrastructure is the backbone of a company's communications. It provides a reliable and secure system for employees to communicate with each other, use online resources and store data or "in-house" information. Network infrastructure helps organizations conduct their day-to-day operations. And while networking technologies are ubiquitous, to effectively stay on top of changes in this industry, senior executives must ensure that their organizations' network architecture aligns with their business needs.
To that end, it is not enough to buy the latest IT gadgets. To be successful, IT practitioners need to assess their organization's business needs and implement technologies that adapt to both present and future changes in the business environment.
Top-Down Network Model with Other Factors Included
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