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Eight Toxic Networking Vendor Selection Philosophies

The Old Axiom "No One Gets Fired For Buying [X]" Should Be Laid To Rest

July 11, 2016

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Many enterprise networking teams still struggle to shift away from their incumbent network infrastructure, even if it's the right decision for the company. This report addresses eight common statements that organizations use to rationalize their choices and criteria. Such language no longer works. In this report, we explain why each statement is an invalid justification for choosing a networking vendor and how infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals can change their thinking and their language to make the right choices for their customers and their unique businesses.

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Table of Contents

  • Your Networking Vendor Choices Can Damage Business Agility
  • Eight Common Statements Signal Danger For Your Business Network
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