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12/18/2019
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John Edwards, Network Computing
John Edwards, Network Computing
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Network Computing Year in Review

Changes rocked the network community in 2019. Disruption is likely to continue at an even faster pace in 2020.--Network Computing

As 2020 approaches, it's time to look back at 2019 to view the most important trends in four key network areas: automation, branch connectivity, data center upgrades, and the cloud. Here's a quick recap of what happened in 2019 and a peek at what's likely to occur in 2020.

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