The Network Evolution Will Be Digital

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As companies large and small charge toward a new digital age, the network becomes the battleground that helps make this revolution a reality. The challenge, however, is discovering how enterprises can adopt technologies such as automation and software-defined networking in order to create the networking infrastructures that make the digital world a reality. In order to find out more about how companies can achieve their digital goals, InformationWeek senior editor Sara Peters spoke to Jeff Reed, senior vice president of Cisco's Enterprise Infrastructure and Solutions Group, at this year's Interop to learn more about what it takes to create the enterprise network of tomorrow, now.

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