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PODCAST: Network as a Service (NaaS) Transformation for Government - Part 1

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Network as a Service (NaaS) makes government networks more agile and adaptable to changing circumstances at speed. In order to bring NaaS to life for government, there is a four-step process, which is mapped out in this new three-part podcast series.

In the first stage of an agency’s transformation journey with NaaS, the networks are centralized and on-premises with rigid and physical resource-intensive networks. At step one in the transformation, the goal is to reduce the strain on IT staff and amplify IT management. This will help the network to perform efficiently and securely. Next, the agency will begin to progress towards greater visibility and automation.

In the first installment of this series, Brett Barganz, Product Manager at Verizon, and Scott Andersen, Distinguished Solution Architect Verizon, discussed how agencies can go from step one to step two in their NaaS journeys.