In one of its latest publication, Gartner (global research and advisory firm providing information, advice, and tools for leaders in IT, finance, HR, customer service and support, communications, legal and compliance, marketing, sales, and supply chain functions) explained that remote access VPN was thought of as a dying technology until COVID-19 changed the way people work. In this research, Gartner included several variables that each company should consider before selecting their remote access solutions.
During this difficult and unprecedented time, remote working is not an option anymore. Consequently, many companies had to reorganise their business, implementing their business continuity plan to ensure that the organisation can maintain operations in the face of potential disasters.
Cato Networks launches Instant Access, the first Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP) solution which enables enterprises to support remote working at scale worldwide.
“With the global health crisis, enterprises are looking to deploy work-from-home capabilities at scale. Cato has seen remote access adoption more than double since the outbreak of COVID-19. The enhancements to Cato SDP will further help IT leaders to quickly deliver secure remote access at scale to their employees across the globe” these are the words of Shlomo Kramer, CEO, and co-founder of Cato Networks.
RedSwan has achieved the Cisco® Cloud and Managed Services Advanced Certification (CMSP Certification). This certification recognises the company as having the capabilities to sell and deliver cloud and managed services that help accelerate time to market and time to revenue.
Nowadays, networks must work hard to deliver the required experiences over the cloud, but unfortunately an influx of data and devices is pushing the limits of the traditional WAN architectures making it nearly impossible for networks to keep up. It is in these kinds of situations that we would introduce Cisco SD-WAN.
By choosing Cisco SD-WAN you choose to benefit from a substantial number of features, in this blog we are going to focus on how this product can improve your business.
Internet of Things (IoT) is now part of our everyday life. From apps monitoring heart rates directly from smartphones to real-time traffic information in connected cars, we’re more and more dependent on this technology.
Organisations are also seeing the value in such connectivity, with many examples of how IoT is improving internal efficiencies (for example using connected utilities to monitor office-space usage, or through automating manual processes). They are mainly using IoT to streamline workflows and improve data optimisation.
Software-defined wide area networks (SD-WANs) are increasingly being used by geographically distributed organisations due to its efficiency and dramatic cost saving prospects. They help to improve the responsiveness and agility of businesses.
So, how does an SD-WAN solution do this? By enabling companies to use multiple forms of connectivity, it can deliver CAPEX and OPEX savings while improving performance across the WAN. Traditional WAN, on the other hand, can take weeks or even months to spin up, and SD-WAN that includes broadband can be online within hours.
I/O bottlenecks occur when the input/output (I/O) performance of a system lags because it is not fast enough. When advancements in processor speed and memory capacity are not matched by input/output data transaction processes, significant bottleneck issues will occur. There are a range of different causes of bottlenecks. The most common and major cause can be due to storage on virtual desktop users.
The market study report by reportsvale.com entitled “Global SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide Area Network) Market Size, Status and Forecast 2019-2025” emphasizes on changing dynamics, growth-driving factors, restraints, and limitations. This allows understanding of the Global Seed Germination Trays market and benefits from any fruitful opportunities available in the report. It includes a detailed analysis of the Global SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide Area Network) in customer requirements, customer preferences, and the competitive landscape of the overall market.
Infrastructure-as-a Service (IaaS) is a form of cloud computing which is used to provide virtualised computer resources over the internet. IaaS is the fastest growing segment of the infrastructure service domain and is forecasted to grow exponentially though to the year 2022.
Implementing IaaS has many benefits for the workplace, some include: