User complaints about slow VPN access have been with us forever. Mobile users struggle to gain global access to business applications using legacy mobile VPN clients. They rely on the slow public internet, with its convoluted global routing and high packet loss.
Traditional VPN architectures are also incompatible with cloud datacenters in services, such as Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure, and cloud applications, such as Office 365. The need to force all traffic through a physical chokepoint, a datacenter firewall, impacts performance and the user experience. Alternatively, directly connecting to the cloud bypasses corporate network security, leading to no visibility and control.
Join Adrian Dunne, global IT director at AdRoll, a leading ad tech company, and Ofir Agasi, director of product marketing at Cato Networks for a success story deep dive:
How legacy VPN architecture is impacted by the globalization of the workforce and the migration to the cloud
How Adroll transformed its VPN-based connectivity and security model to optimize the access of its global workforce to multiple, multi-region AWS VPCs
How Cato’s secure, cloud-based SD-WAN accelerates remote access to physical and cloud datacenters from anywhere in the world, with full visibility and control