Secure access service edge / SASE stories
ABI Research finds plenty of robust market opportunities still exist for SD-WAN, despite SASE
Although the emergence of SASE has contributed to some players labelling SD-WAN as outdated, ABI Research believes there's still a considerable market opportunity for innovative suppliers.
Will 2022 be your year of multi-cloud adoption?
Transitional changes in technology are happening at an ever-increasing rate, and the pace is unlikely to slow any time soon.
Cerebo Networks signs as a Versa ACE Partner to empower digital transformation
Under the agreement, Cerebo is set to deliver telco-independent secure access service edge (SASE) services to international enterprises.
Tech infrastructure diversity holds key to better security
This year, a spate of high profile ransomware incidents has halted operations across business and critical infrastructures alike.
Cloud will be centerpiece of new digital experiences - Gartner
“There is no business strategy without a cloud strategy," says Gartner.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - SonicWall VP discusses SASE and zero trust
Speaking in his first IT Jam for the company, the interviewee in today's video is SonicWall vice president of products, Jayant Thakre.
New innovations from VMware unveiled at VMworld 2021
VMware has unveiled its vision of how it plans to help customers navigate the shift to the edge.
Putting data first: Managing regulations, protection and business agility
By putting data at the centre of cybersecurity infrastructures, enterprises can achieve consistent enforcement anywhere their people work.
Versa Networks appoints its first CFO
Lalit Kumar joins Versa from Medallia, where he spent three years leading a successful IPO and robust growth.
Versa Networks receives highest product score in the 2021 Gartner Critical Capabilities report
Versa Networks has received the highest product score from Gartner for the Large Global WAN Use Case category
Barracuda launches cloud-native SASE platform for better data security
“As businesses move assets to the public cloud, it makes sense to consider going with SASE offerings that are cloud-native. That way there's proximity between network access entry and where the assets are."
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Bitglass director on the evolution of remote working risks
In this interview, we talk to Bitglass senior director of marketing Jonathan Andresen, who is back for his fourth IT Jam.
Hybrid workplaces here to stay, Palo Alto Networks steps in with security service
"Hybrid work is here to stay, and organisations are in need of a solution that enables them to secure all applications used by their employees on their network regardless of location."
What to know when considering zero trust digital transformation
The security landscape is constantly changing, but SASE can help organisations tackle countless security challenges.
How to focus cloud-centric organisations’ data protection
Organisations can embrace digital transformation with confidence by including these crucial considerations in data protection strategy planning and execution.
64% of businesses will be using SASE next year, but large numbers confused about true meaning
Research has found 64% of businesses are adopting or plan to adopt SASE in the next year, but many say they’re still confused about its true meaning.
VMware updates VMware SASE with VMware Cloud Web Security global network
VMware updates VMware SASE with VMware Cloud Web Security, a cloud-hosted global network of VMware SASE and partner points of presence.
How SASE is helping organisations forge new digital work experiences
More organisations are reimagining the way that staff connect from remote locations, writes ThousandEyes principal solutions architect Mike Hicks.
Cybersecurity key to business advantage, report finds
"The research showed that CISOs adapted existing strategy, while the pandemic has really opened the eyes and changed the views of CEOs."
How to mitigate business transformation risk
The coming years hold lots of fresh business opportunities for those positioned and ready to take advantage of them.
Major firms disclose breaches in the wake of SolarWinds attack
Microsoft, Shell, GoDaddy, MobiKwik — these are just some of the high-profile company's on the receiving end of sophisticated attacks, writes Bitglass senior director of marketing Jonathan Andresen.
Crawl, walk and run with SASE adoption
For organisations that would prefer to pace themselves and take a slower, more systematic approach to SASE adoption, a strategy of ‘crawl, walk, run’ is recommended, writes Bitglass regional sales director for ANZ Wayne Neich.
What Extended Protection and Response (XDR) means for your IT security strategy
Security buyers and practitioners should carefully examine XDR offerings and compare them against their own existing capabilities and requirements before taking the plunge.
Despite the hype, pandemic-driven remote work has not led to wholesale SASE and SDP adoption - study
Only 12% of enterprises worldwide have fully embraced Secure Access Service Edge.