How to Implement a Simple, Secure SD-Branch

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Manisha Gupta, Director, Product Management Palo Alto Networks & Jim Wilson, VP, Sales and Customer Success at ZPE Systems.

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Organizations across all industries are waking up to the benefits of IT infrastructure consolidation, especially in remote locations like the enterprise branch. But how do you consolidate infrastructure without compromising security? See how ZPE Systems’ Intel-powered Nodegrid Services Router with Palo Alto Networks’ VM-Series virtual Next Generation Firewall delivers operational agility, simplicity and flexibility, while providing best-in-class security for the enterprise branch.
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