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Converging Wide Area Networks and Security

  • ID: 3733845
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 8 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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If WANs Can Be Software-Defined, Why Not Security?
SD-WANs can do double-duty in being a change agent for security. This can be accomplished by tackling two persistent cost-impacting security issues—ineffectiveness and inefficiency attributed to the expanding sprawl of security technologies and rising personnel costs—through convergence, automation, and simplification. How this is possible, specifically in servicing the frugal tendencies of distributed enterprises, is the topic of this insight.

There is a metamorphosis brewing in Wide Area Networks (WANs), and it is Software-Defined WANs (SD-WANs). Driven by the digital connectedness of business operations, and the widening footprint of business applications through the adoption of cloud services, enterprise locations simply require more network bandwidth to function.
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1. Introduction

2. Optimal Proving Ground for SD-WANs: Distributed Enterprises

3. SD-WAN's Security Benefits
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