Here’s why Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a hot topic now. Since the end of last year Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) has been widely discussed as it supports the way in which organisation are currently evolving and digital transformation and remote working models.
Many recent articles explain why SASE is such a hot topic especially now, as many move to working from home models – so we can now officially say, the future of remote work is upon us.
In this blog we discuss what SASE is, and why it’s such a hot topic for all types of businesses worldwide, and how your business could be left behind if you’re not evaluating the benefits of a SASE framework.
“COVID-19 has inadvertently forced the acceleration of many Digital transformation initiatives – particularly around workforce flexibility, which is a real positive of this whole crisis. What has not been accelerated however is the strategic and critical need to secure and protect users and access to Corporate data and applications when working from home
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