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Which WAN is Right for Your Business – Google Hangout

Which WAN is Right for Your Business – Google Hangout

Join us on Wednesday June 3rd at 1pm eastern time for an interactive discussion on wide area network technologies and how to determine which is the right WAN for your business.  If you’d like to watch this Google Hangout and ask questions during the live event you can register here.  Alternatively come back on or after June 3rd to this blog post and watch the replay here!

Businesses with operations distributed across multiple, geographically dispersed locations have an increasingly critical need for virtual private networks to interconnect their locations.  Most choose between the two most common types of IP-based VPNs: IPsec and MPLS. Other options include private line and metro Ethernet.

Which is the best choice for a given business depends on its requirements for scalability, availability, quality of service (QoS), and network security. Because of differences in their architectures, the two VPN options support these requirements in different ways and to varying degrees. Making the best choice requires matching performance to business needs.

Want to know more about EarthLink’s WAN solutions? You can find information on our solutions page.  If you have questions but won’t be able to make our Google Hangout then leave your questions in the comments below and we’ll make sure we answer them during the event.   You’ll then be able to hear answers to your questions!

About Skeeter Harris

Skeeter Harris
Skeeter is the Social Media Manager for EarthLink; a managed network and cloud solutions company. As a proclaimed Technology Evangelist; with enthusiasm unmatched; Skeeter is first in line for launches, never misses that keynote and is known to own at least four handheld devices at any given time! That occasional tech review on YouTube and professional blogs rounds out his repertoire. Often seen at Regal Theatre with a smuggled in Starbucks