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Jan 13th, 2011
10:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Eastern Time
George Mason University's distributed campus's new dynamic network supports the ever-changing needs of end users. Virtualization gives the university a very scalable "any to any" connectivity model that provides a quick and effective way to deploy secure, discrete networks. Representatives from George Mason and Cisco will discuss the benefits of a virtual network over traditional physical infrastructures; how to support several hundred virtual private networks; how virtualized networks save IT resources (both time and money); and how to create a sustainable network to meet the demands of continued growth, regulatory compliance, and user requirements.