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Riverbed’s Davis Johnson: Network-Centric Approach Key to Federal IT Modernization

Davis Johnson

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Nov. 22, 2017 — Davis Johnson, vice president of U.S. public sector at Riverbed Technology, has said network modernization should be a priority for federal agencies as they pursue an updated information technology infrastructure, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

“An updated, modern approach, like a software-defined wide-area network, provides a solution that both simplifies network management and delivers higher performance,” Johnson wrote in a guest article published Thursday.

He noted that modernization plans should be network-centric and begin with the deployment of a “robust” network to facilitate a smooth process and ensure transparency, scalability and security.

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