How to design a network that meets all of your users’ needs

 In Connectivity, Data, HybridIT

When designing a network, organizations must cater to users’ diverse needs. Tom Hull, CTO at the Moffitt Cancer Center (MCC), described how the hospital designed a network that allowed collaboration and freedom among its users, but also remained secure. The MCC, which is connected to the University of South Florida’s medical school, has to meet the needs of surgeons, administrators, researchers, and physicians. These groups all need the ability to collaborate amongst themselves, their peers, and other research institutions. We needed to both secure the internet, but at the same time provide academic freedom, Hull said.

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