Why SASE is the Future of SD-WAN & Security

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Eyal Webber-Zvik, Senior Director of Product Marketing and Business Development

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Webinar Overview If you're like most IT leaders, you're probably looking to reduce your network costs. But before you get swept up in the cost savings promise of SD-WAN, be sure that SD-WAN can meet the broader needs of your company. Recent research on SD-WAN and SASE suggests that most enterprises focus too much on SD-WAN cost savings, undermining their long-term SD-WAN satisfaction. To learn more about what leading companies consider when assessing SD-WAN, watch our webinar, "Why SASE is the Future of SD-WAN & Security," as we hear from Eyal Webber-Zvik, Cato's Senior Director of Product Marketing and Business Development. Eyal participated in dozens of SD-WAN evaluations with companies around the globe. He'll share his insights into what these companies consider when they assess SD-WAN, as well as key findings from our recent 2020 Networking Survey. The study evaluates the impact digital transformation has on IT's network confidence with enterprises in the Asia-Pacific and worldwide. Join us and receive a copy of the survey report, and also learn: - What is SASE and how it differs from SD-WAN - Why and where SD-WAN fails as a long-term solution - The importance of understanding the broader requirements of digital transformation beyond WAN connectivity
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