Dear WAN Enthusiast,
As we wind down 2020, with the vaccinations underway, we see a lot of CIOs engaged in planning activities for 2021, preparing to bring their employees back to work in the near future. Yet others recognize that some workers may continue to work remotely on a permanent basis. Most enterprises are now enabling a hybrid workplace where their workforce can consistently access any corporate application from any location with a highly predictable experience. The Aryaka Private Access solution enables a hybrid workplace for the anywhere worker, giving CIOs flexibility and allowing employees to be more productive. Work should be an activity, not a place. Wherever you are working from, here’s wishing you Happy Holidays!
Integrating Remote Access and SD-WAN Managed Solutions
Working remotely isn’t a trend; it’s now the new normal. Doyle Research forecasts that by 2024, at least 30% of work days will be from home in the U.S. Yet the reality of working at home today is that many remote users experience poor quality Zoom calls, slow application performance and limited access to critical applications and data. Designing and delivering a remote work strategy is now a top priority requirement for most IT departments. In this whitepaper, Doyle Research discusses how IT organizations can leverage remote access solutions to provide secure, reliable connectivity to remote workers.
SmartSecure Private Access
Aryaka SmartSecure Private Access leverages Aryaka’s Global Layer 2 Core Network to provide the optimal solution for enterprises seeking a “Best of Both Worlds” approach to remote worker connectivity. Private Access enables flexible utilization of deterministic, dedicated network resources to both the branch and remote works over a high performance network, while providing consolidated visibility into network performance across enterprise core connectivity as well as VPN domains.
Digital Symposium: Service Provider Security Strategies for the Enterprise
The adoption of Network functions virtualization (NFV) and Software-Defined Networking (SDN) principles have reached critical mass, transforming every layer of the network into a programmable cloud-based software domain. The result is that enterprises are poised to take the next evolutionary step in enabling seamless integration of cloud-native security applications. Join us for a digital symposium hosted by Jim Hodges, Chief Analyst of Cloud and Security at Heavy Reading, discussing service provider security strategies for the enterprise. Featuring speakers from Verizon, Check Point Software, Fortinet and Aryaka CMO Shashi Kiran.