[Panel] Digital Transformation and the Need for SD-WAN

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Moderator: Steve Brumer, BH IoT Group | Yishay Yovel, Cato Networks | Brenden Rawle, Equinix | Patrick Grillo, Fortinet

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To compete in today's digital economy, it's essential that businesses make branch offices an integral part of the network. Cloud-based applications - including global collaboration ones whose use has skyrocketed due to COVID-19 - require bandwidth that is robust and highly scalable, and with data centers becoming more virtualized and distributed than ever, MPLS can no longer cut it. With SD-WAN a key part of the puzzle piece of successful Digital Transformation, it’s crucial that business looking to adopt SD-WAN as part of their DX strategy have all bases covered, namely: - Ensuring they have a dynamic SD-WAN that recognizes and supports business-critical applications - Making sure the have the ability to modify WAN policies to cater for application criticality, performance needs and security requirements - Establishing an SD-WAN strategy in the age of the Edge that understands the need for centralized visibility spans the distributed network But how do businesses ensure that their SD-WAN strategy and toolkit address the above? Join this panel of experts as they explore the key points of a winning SD network, and help drive your business to Digital Transformation success.

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Cato Networks provides organizations with a cloud-based and secure global SD-WAN that replaces rigid and expensive MPLS and network security point products -- to power the digital business. Cato connects all data centers, branches, mobile users, and cloud resources into a global, optimized cloud network that is tightly secured by a cloud-based network security stack and backed by expert managed security services. Cato cuts MPLS costs, improves performance between global locations and to cloud applications, eliminates branch appliances, provides secure Internet access everywhere, and seamlessly integrates mobile users and cloud datacenters into the WAN.