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For me, I’d have to say it’s sitting through a high-pressure demo with a sales guy who needs to close business. Given the choice, I’ll take the dentist office visit anytime, at least they give you meds!

We realize that sales demos aren’t always pleasant. And while we strive to create a comfortable environment for discussion versus trying to convince you to buy, we recognize that previous sales calls may have left you with a mild form of PTSD.

At the same time, a network digital twin has a wide range of capabilities and use cases. This makes it hard to truly understand how it might help you by simply reading the website. You need to be able to ask questions and see it in action before deciding if it’s worth bringing in more people to evaluate how the technology will make your network more secure and improve reliability by preventing outages and discovering issues before they cause a performance problem or outage.

Fortunately, we have a new technical expert on our team who is all about helping people understand how a digital twin could work for them, without working to convince you of anything. Mike Lossmann, who has had his share of “time in the trenches” and understands the day-to-day frustrations of being a network engineer, is now conducting live demos with open Q&A every other week via LinkedIn Live. No need to register—just show up with your curiosity (or skepticism if you wish), and ask Mike all the questions you can think of. The sessions are held every other Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. Pacific/2:00 p.m. Eastern. The next session is on Tuesday, September 12, 2023.

If you want to attend, there’s no need to register; you can simply go to our events page and watch the live stream. If you miss the September 12 session, the next one will be posted on our LinkedIn page.

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