5 Things SASE Covers and SD-WAN Doesn’t

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Eyal Webber-Zvik Vice President of Product Marketing

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SD-WAN lacks five critical capabilities that can seriously impact IT’s ability to deliver the level of networking and security enterprises demand. Luckily Gartner’s SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) takes up where SD-WAN left off. Join Eyal Webber-Zvik, Cato’s VP of Product Marketing, and Elana Marom, Director of Product Marketing, to explore: - The five critical shortcomings of SD-WAN and the impact these limitations have on the digital business   - Why Gartner emphasizes convergence and claims SASE is the ideal architecture for supporting the modern enterprise - How Cato’s SASE platform addresses the five key shortcomings of SD-WAN, empowering IT to deliver a network that supports businesses, today and in the future

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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.