Securely Connecting the Post-Covid Enterprise & Hybrid Workforce
Whether it is the current pandemic or the next shock to the local and global economy, navigating hyper-volatility has become the norm for businesses worldwide. With the adoption of cloud-based solutions and a work-from-anywhere workforce, organisations are now also faced with the challenge of ensuring comprehensive and consistent security across the network.
The rush to support new ways of doing business at rapid scale has exposed critical limitations in current WAN and SD-WAN environments. For this reason, more organisations are adopting Secure Access Services Edge (SASE), an approach that aligns networking and security to emerging business and employee needs and is proving to be the holistic solution needed by enterprises for the post-pandemic world.
- What were the top network and security challenges for businesses last year, and what can be expected in 2021?
- How can businesses enable their distributed enterprise and remote workforce to deliver consistent security and an optimal experience regardless of where users are located or which applications they access
- What are the benefits of adopting SASE?
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CEO at Siemens
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