COVID-19 has compelled home-based workers to learn more about their home networks, such as wired and wireless connections, quality of service and, of course, security.
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Working from home could expand SD-WAN edge to residences
Organizations have long relied on VPNs to connect remote workers with company resources. But could SD-WAN be a viable option for certain employees working from home?
Why SASE adoption requires a paradigm shift
Enterprises preparing to adopt Secure Access Service Edge should understand how the architecture presents organizational and architectural challenges for network and security teams.
Supporting remote workers in your pandemic response plan
To support employees working from home, network teams should carefully monitor VPN traffic, review firewall rules and rely on remote access support software.
What’s the latest on NFV and VNFs for enterprises?
As virtualized network functions become more and more common, will that change NFV and VNF roles in businesses? Probably not, but other roadblocks may hinder further results.
What does ‘network on demand’ mean for enterprises?
Following the on-demand trend, network on-demand options provide enterprises with more flexible consumption models, such as managed network services and cloud-based networking.
Should organizations bundle SD-WAN, UCaaS together?
Organizations may consider pairing SD-WAN and UCaaS services to avoid complexity from multivendor services and gain potential synergy. But the combo can also create challenges.
What’s the difference between SD-branch vs. SD-WAN?
As networking pros evaluate SD-branch vs. SD-WAN, they’ll notice a key distinction between the two technologies, namely how network functions are managed and orchestrated.
How SD-WAN changes the network security perimeter
The advent of SD-WAN has changed the network security model by pushing more security and control to the edge — and businesses need to adjust to this new reality.
3 ways to improve WAN performance with SD-WAN
SD-WAN can improve WAN performance in three ways: It adds a secondary transport for network traffic, while also taking advantage of broadband Ethernet and application acceleration.