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Traditional Approaches Fail As The Network Perimeter Dissolves
For decades, enterprises favored the hub-and-spoke network topology. The hub—the corporate headquarters and data center—was at the center of the network. The spokes emanating from the central hub were the network’s connections to individual branch offices and remote users.
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