Hello SASE. Goodbye SD-WAN?
SD-WAN provides the foundation for a SASE-enabled architecture, delivering protected, anywhere, anytime access, says Hardus Dippenaar, senior network architect at Datacentrix.
AIS and SD-WAN: The network resilience power couple
Intrinsically linked and inherently resilient, AIS and SD-WAN define next-generation networking for the modern enterprise, says Greg Hatfield, principal practice head: Hybrid Networks – Intelligent Infrastructure at Dimension Data.
SD-WAN, always-on network asset in the era of WFH
Software-defined networking has the potential to overcome operational complexity and increase performance and availability, says Greg Hatfield, principal practice head: Hybrid Networks – Intelligent Infrastructure at Dimension Data.
The case for SD-WAN with Oracle
The Oracle FailSafe SD-WAN solution optimises the performance of critical applications over the WAN, says Q-KON SA.
Ten tips to meet cloud challenges
A 2021 Cloud Security report revealed that while adoption of cloud computing continues to surge, security concerns are also increasing.
Managed cloud networking services from BCX Data Networks
BCX has over 200 network, security and cloud engineers country-wide to design and manage end-to-end secure cloud-centric networking solutions.
Kaspersky boosts XDR platform through Brain4Net acquisition
This acquisition will enable Kaspersky to evolve its existing solutions into full-scale XDR.
How your company can capitalise on SASE
Secure access service edge (SASE) operates from the cloud to deliver all network and security capabilities in a single unified framework.
White paper: SD-WAN in the age of digital transformation
Achieving business agility without complicating network security.
SD-WAN – super-power you need to survive this age of remote working/technology
SD-WAN is like having a single key to several doors, simplifying the deployment of networking services, yet maintaining flexibility and keeping costs down, says Deon Geyser, CEO at Liquid Intelligent Technologies SA.
The dynamic of extending security into the cloud
Digital transformation threats erode the security perimeter into a virtual and dynamic concept, rather than fixed infrastructure at specific locations.