Award winning benchmarking, sourcing and transformation advisory firm, Alsbridge, Inc. will share valuable insights on Software-Defined Networking through its eSeminar Software-Defined Networking: You're Gonna Want to Hear This, on August 29, 2013, 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM ET.
Barry Platzman, Managing Consultant at Alsbridge, will deliver an educational eSeminar on how to prepare yourself for the future of networking technology and how Software Defined Networking can benefit you. Attendees of this eSeminar will learn:
Software Defined Networking is being called the new wonder kid of the networking world. However, in a recent poll by Network World, only 10% of IT
practitioners claimed to understand SDN.
Through this eSeminar, attendees will be a part of a knowledgeable discussion and will also have their questions answered about this emerging new technology and how it can benefit them.
To register visit Software-Defined Networking: You're Gonna Want to Hear This eSeminar registration page.
Alsbridge is a global consulting firm that provides data-driven sourcing advisory and benchmarking services for IT, Finance and Sourcing executives. We’ve helped hundreds of companies reduce costs and get more value from their vendors. Our experienced consultants leverage proprietary tools and information databases to identify and engage the optimal vendors for your situation, negotiate best practice terms at fair market prices, and improve the way you work with your vendors. Alsbridge clients utilize the most cost effective and value added sources globally for IT infrastructure services, hardware and maintenance, network services, software and maintenance, application support and development, business processes and cloud services. Alsbridge was ranked the #1 outsourcing advisor in the world by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) based on the value delivered to clients. This commitment to delivering value to our clients has made Alsbridge a distinguished member of the 2010 Inc. 500 fastest growing privately held companies in America.