SD-WAN Network Example

You may be facing numerous challenges with connectivity that isn’t optimal for your current environment:

  • Increased vulnerabilities

Rising numbers of remote users in multiple locations, all requiring real-time connectivity with robust security.

  • Delays and reduced connection speeds

Inconsistent networking causing short-term drops in productivity, coupled with longer-term impact on growth and prospects.

  • Dispersed users and endpoints

IT teams can’t effectively monitor experience for remote users, or ensure home-based network connections are robust and secure.

  • IP addresses embedded in networks and systems

Changing underlying connectivity becomes a complex task.

  • Challenges with path prioritisation

Traditional hub-and-spoke and legacy infrastructure isn’t built to prioritise corporate traffic over public internet routes.

SD-WAN provides easy solution to all of these and more. Our guide provides an introduction to SD-WAN, SASE products and more. And you can contact our consultants below who you can talk through your challenges with, no obligation.

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Understanding SASE

Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a new way to approach network architecture developed by Gartner in 2019. It’s built for business that’s beyond the perimeter.

On-demand edge security and connectivity, with cloud-based convergence – delivered from a single service provider.

Networks built with SASE are flexible and scalable, able to connect globally distributed employees and offices across any location and via any device. Ultimately, the SASE approach offers better control over and visibility into the users, traffic, and data accessing a corporate network. And at faster speeds, with fewer agents needed per device.

The 4 areas of SASE:

  • Secure Web Gateway (SWG)
  • Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)
  • Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)
  • Firewall as a Service (FWaaS)

Are all explain in our guide, along with the fundamentals of SD-WAN.