Why Your Clients Need SD-WAN
- Reduces network downtime: Even the most reliable network connection can experience an outage, leading to lost revenue and frustrated customers. SD-WAN allows for redundancy from diverse network connections to prevent downtime and simplify network failovers.
- Prioritizes critical traffic: When all traffic is treated equally, you risk crucial services suffering because of spikes in low-importance application usage. SD-WAN is capable of handing complex network prioritization with ease, including bandwidth-intensive content like high-quality video calls.
- Simplifies network management: SD-WAN solutions like SimpleWAN automate much of the complexity associated with network management and provides easy network monitoring tools.
Enhances network security: Cybersecurity is a critical concern, especially for companies undergoing a digital transformation. SD-WAN can be implemented as zero trust architecture, providing a level of security that surpasses simple firewalls and VPNs.
MSPs Can Offer a Better SD-WAN Solution
SD-WAN is only as effective as its integration with existing network infrastructure. Carriers can offer SD-WAN to businesses, but they can’t provide seamless solutions. Instead, their solutions are often overly complicated, making maintenance and support a nightmare.
MSPs are better equipped to understand the company’s unique needs and to build a solution that both fits those needs and integrates harmoniously into their existing network environment. Since MSPs can standardize SD-WAN setups, they are also in a better position to offer ongoing support to their clients.
Getting Started as an SD-WAN Reseller
Demand for SD-WAN is not going away. Digital transformations, remote work, and the need for more advanced mobility solutions will only drive more companies to look for better, simpler, more secure network solutions.
If your clients are looking for SD-WAN, you are in the perfect position to provide it, and SimpleWAN is here to help. Our SD-WAN reseller guide will walk you through evaluating whether SD-WAN is a fit for your clients and how to add it to your technology suite.