As the markets for SASE and SSE evolve as an efficient way to manage enterprise networking and security designed for distributed workforces and applications, the need to standardize on service and policy definitions will be key to success.

Network Computing, Contributor

July 21, 2022

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Today’s distributed enterprises face several challenges to deliver connectivity, application performance, and security, including physical corporate locations, end users working from anywhere, and third parties that require business access. The pandemic, IT migration to the cloud, and new and emerging digital transformation workflows have amplified these requirements even more. Additional challenges faced by enterprise IT include:

  • Customer education and migration strategies

  • Multi-vendor environment

  • Trained and certified personnel and lack of test, certification, and other tooling

  • Lack of industry standards / common definitions and terminology

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