Beginning in March this year, many nonessential government employees were asked to work from home to do their part in reducing the risks of contracting and/or infecting others with the COVID-19 virus. IT staff in government organizations faced the same set of challenges as those faced by corporate IT teams around the world. They needed to provide remote access to employees now working from home, and they wanted to ensure the experience was of the highest possible quality.
For one government agency where bandwidth availability was a concern, the IT staff knew understanding what was consuming that bandwidth was going to be essential to meet their employees’ expectations for available, high-performing access to business services from home.
Learn how NETSCOUT provided visibility to make evidence-based decisions for bandwidth planning.
Haggerty is associate vice president, product and solutions marketing, NETSCOUT
- Business Continuity