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  • SD-WAN and Beyond: Critical Capabilities for a Successful WAN Transformation
    SD-WAN and Beyond: Critical Capabilities for a Successful WAN Transformation Ofir Agasi and Dr. Jim Metzler Recorded: Dec 4 2017 51 mins
    SD-WAN represents a new and exciting opportunity to transform the costly and rigid enterprise WAN. It promises to make your wide area network more agile, boost available capacity, improve resiliency and user experience, and reduce MPLS costs.

    Beyond these immediate benefits, enterprises need to address the changing role of the WAN itself. As enterprises increasingly move to the cloud, expand the mobile workforce, and need a secure path to the internet, the WAN must now support a growing set of business needs.

    What are the critical capabilities you should consider when looking to maximize the business impact of WAN transformation project?

    In this webinar, enterprise networking expert and analyst Jim Metzler from Ashton, Metzler and Associates, and Ofir Agasi, Director of Product Marketing at Cato Networks will discuss:
    A recent survey, conducted by Jim Metzler, of WAN professionals regarding the current drivers and inhibitors for WAN transformation and the deployment of SD-WAN
    Best practices and core requirements for a successful SD-WAN project
    How the convergence of networking, security, cloud and mobility can uniquely maximize the business benefits of SD-WAN
  • Mobile Access Revolution: The End of Slow VPN
    Mobile Access Revolution: The End of Slow VPN Ofir Agasi Recorded: Nov 16 2017 57 mins
    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
  • The Hype Around Firewall as a Service
    The Hype Around Firewall as a Service Yishay Yovel Recorded: Oct 26 2017 46 mins
    Firewalls and UTMs have been the cornerstone of network security for the past 20 years. Yet, deploying appliances at every remote office, creates multiple challenges for organizations: the capital needed to buy, upgrade and retire hardware solutions and the people needed to configure, patch and manage them. IT teams are also seeing an increasing pressure to allow Direct Internet Access at branch locations, which is further driving the need to deploy distributed security solutions. Even when running smoothly, firewalls and UTMs still do not protect the mobile users and Cloud infrastructure that are now an integral part of the business

    Firewall as a Service, recently recognized by Gartner as a high impact emerging technology in Infrastructure Protection, presents a new opportunity to reduce cost, complexity and deliver a better overall security for the business.

    Watch this webinar on-demand to learn:
    The challenges IT networking, security and Ops teams face with distributed network security stacks and Direct Internet Access
    How Firewall as a Service can address these challenges, and what are the required capabilities
    How Cato Networks protects enterprises in the cloud, simplifies network security and eliminates appliance footprint in remote locations
  • Delivering on the 6 promises of SD-WAN
    Delivering on the 6 promises of SD-WAN Yishay Yovel Recorded: Oct 25 2017 38 mins
    SD-WAN promises to make your network simple, agile, secure, optimized, global, and affordable. As you consider your options you may be looking to your legacy network service provider to “bundle” SD-WAN with the current service.

    Ask yourself:

    How agile and simple will your SD-WAN be if it works like the existing WAN services provided by legacy service providers? Will it be self-service or do you still need to open a ticket for every move, add, and change?
    How will your security evolve to leverage direct Internet access at a branch? Can your service provider deliver cost-effective, easy-to-manage, network security anywhere you operate?
    How will you connect remote and international locations into the SD-WAN? Will you still need to use expensive MPLS to guarantee latency and packet loss?

    We want to share with you a vision for SD-WAN that was built to deliver on the 6 promises of SD-WAN.

    Join Yishay Yovel, Vice President of Marketing for Cato Networks, to learn:

    What are the challenges in realizing the transformative impact of SD-WAN on your network.
    How a new SD-WAN architecture converges global backbone, firewall as a service, edge and global optimization, and self-service management to dramatically reduce the cost and complexity of enterprise networking.
    Real-life examples and case studies of how enterprises of all sizes use Cato Networks’ SD-WAN to securely connect their global and regional locations, mobile users, and cloud resources.
  • What SD-WAN Vendors Won't Tell You About SD-WANs
    What SD-WAN Vendors Won't Tell You About SD-WANs Dave Greenfield and Steve Garson Recorded: Jul 13 2017 37 mins
    Cut WAN costs, improve performance, increase security – software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) seem to do it all, but can they -- really? Find out as we take a hard look at the myths and realities of SD-WAN.

    In this webinar, Steve Garson, President of SD-WAN Experts, is interviewed by Dave Greenfield, Cato’s secure networking evangelist, about the practical questions you should ask when evaluating any SD-WAN.

    This webinar will go over:
    What aspects of network performance can SD-WAN really improve?
    When is service insertion and service chaining needed?
    Can SD-WAN really reduce WAN costs?
    Why is security still a problem for SD-WAN even though they encrypt all traffic?
  • What SMEs Should Consider When Purchasing an SD-WAN
    What SMEs Should Consider When Purchasing an SD-WAN Dave Greenfield and Steve Garson Recorded: Apr 13 2017 37 mins
    Since the introduction of software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have had to consider a bewildering array of features meant for large organizations. What capabilities does an SME really need to consider when evaluating an SD-WAN?

    In this webinar, Steve Garson, president of SD-WAN Experts, and David Greenfield, Cato’s secure network evangelist, will answer some of the fundamental questions SMEs face when they evaluate SD-WANs.

    Topics to be covered in this webinar include:

    Bonding vs. SD-WAN - what's the difference?
    Service insertion - do you need it?
    Load balancing - which type is right for you?
    Application performance - what features should you be considering and when?
    Security - is IPsec enough?
  • Multi-Cloud and Hybrid-Cloud | Securely Connecting your Cloud Datacenters
    Multi-Cloud and Hybrid-Cloud | Securely Connecting your Cloud Datacenters Ofir Agasi Recorded: Mar 22 2017 58 mins
    As cloud migration becomes the norm for IT, enterprises of all sizes need to connect, secure and manage complex physical and cloud datacenters. This is a significant challenge for most organizations especially when multiple datacenters, mobile users and remote locations are involved. To ensure secure access to cloud assets companies tend to enforce trombone routing through existing perimeter firewall that impacts their users experience. Security point solutions may lead to fragmented policy with no real visibility and control.

    How can organizations securely connect all resources: physical, mobile and cloud?

    Join Hai Zamir, VP of Infrastructure at SpotAd and Ofir Agasi, Director of Product Marketing at Cato Networks in this customer webinar to learn:
    The connectivity and security challenges of building a hybrid and/or multi-cloud
    How SpotAd connected its global organization to multiple, multi-region AWS VPCs
    Real customer examples extending the legacy WAN using a secure cloud network to include cloud infrastructure and enable global user access

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