AT&T will deploy universal network solution for Omnicom Group

Omnicom Group, a global leader in marketing communications, has selected AT&T to deploy a universal network solution that will deliver increased efficiencies and an added level of security for the company and its clients.

To help provide the delivery of its proprietary marketing services in a safer and more reliable way, Omnicom needed a trusted technology provider with the expertise to deliver a highly secure network across all Omnicom locations spanning more than 100 countries with over 78,000 employees.

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By consolidating into a single network, AT&T will help Omnicom agencies stay better connected, collaborating and delivering the latest innovations on behalf of their clients with the added benefit of cost savings.

The Global Omnicom/AT&T network strategy will utilize AT&T FlexWareSM, AT&T NetBond® for Cloud and AT&T Threat Manager to build flexibility and security into Omnicom’s network capabilities.

AT&T FlexWare is a global, software-centric platform that helps Omnicom easily deploy and manage virtualized network functions like routers and firewalls via an online portal to make rapid adjustments based on changing business needs. FlexWare lets you turn features on and off and scale on demand, providing network agility like never before. This helps Omnicom reduce hardware requirements, simplify operations and future-ready their network investments to easily add or change features cost-effectively.

With these network upgrades, maintaining a highly secure environment is essential. AT&T NetBond® for Cloud provides a highly secure connection between Omnicom’s AT&T virtual private network and leading cloud service providers. In addition, AT&T Threat Manager will provide a robust security incident and event management platform as well as ongoing training programs – helping to better protect Omnicom’s and its clients’ intellectual property.





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