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Digital transformation initiatives have accelerated exponentially in organizations across industries in the last 18 months, requiring greater agility and heightened focus on the shift to the cloud. All the while, workforces shifted from mobile to fully remote, creating increased location flexibility that will likely outlast the impacts of the global pandemic.
These combined scenarios created its own IT pandemic, resulting in network and security teams reimagining their cloud-based architectures through the secure access service edge (SASE) architecture. But how do you define SASE, and what are the primary market drivers toward adoption that you should be aware of as your organization begins its SASE journey?
During a recent discussion with Mauricio Sanchez, research director at Dell’Oro Group, Menlo Security Co-founder and Chief Product Officer, Poornima DeBolle, answers those questions.
Tune into a snippet from the conversation below, but be sure to watch the full version of the interview here where we’ve highlighted key points in the discussion you can skip to.
To learn more about SASE and how to take a phased approach to its implementation, be sure to download this ESG white paper that’s filled with new insights and advice.
Marcos Colon on Jul 29, 2021
SWG and SASE
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