What is the right Managed SD-WAN Service for you?

Presented by

Roy Chua - Founder and principal of AvidThink

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There is an industry-wide agreement that SD-WAN is a great technology for delivering a fast and reliable enterprise network, but what the best way for you to buy, deploy and use SD-WAN? You can manage the network yourself, or hand it over to a telco or a service provider. You can use appliance-based architecture you will own and maintain or a cloud-based one where the provider maintained the service, and you control policy and configuration. There are so many options to choose from. To find out which option is the right one for your enterprise, join us on our next webinar as we speak with Roy Chua, principle at AvidThink. Roy will share findings from his recently completed report on SD-WAN and network as an overlay “Network as an OTT Service – A New Enterprise Option” with Cato’s Senior Director of Product Marketing and Business Development, Eyal Webber-Zvik, and Technology Evangelist, Dave Greenfield. Together they'll explore the need for CNPs and how they address the challenges enterprises face today. Join the webinar and learn: -What Managed SD-WAN models are available to enterprises today? -How the choice of management model impacts network costs, agility, and flexibility? -How emerging managed SD-WAN offerings differ from legacy managed network services? -How Cato provides a cloud-native SD-WAN with built-in security and a flexible management model

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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.