Ensure Business Continuity by Maximizing Visibility Into Your VPN Services

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NETSCOUT Experts: Paul Barrett, CTO Enterprise, Lewis Sharpe, Enterprise IT Architect

About this talk

In NETSCOUT’s Business Continuity webinar series, we are sharing how to ensure the performance, availability, and security of essential business services like the network, VPN, VDI, UC&C, Call Centers, Office365, and other SaaS applications. In this second webinar of the series, we will discuss the challenges presented by different VPN architectures when the entire company is working remotely. In this webinar, NETSCOUT experts Paul Barrett, CTO for Enterprise and Lewis Sharpe, Enterprise IT Architect, will discuss: •How NETSCOUT’s IT organization is using nGeniusONE to gain the visibility it needs to ensure employees have uninterrupted and unimpaired access to the business services they need to work effectively and efficiently from home. •Understanding the usage and performance of VPN links, gaining visibility into which services are being used via VPN, whether the Split VPN rules can be further optimized, and helping remote workers to understand how to use the VPN services available more efficiently. •Visibility into the impacts that saturated VPN connections has on UC&C service audio and video quality. •Tips for quickly configuring VPN centric views and reports in nGeniusONE

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NETSCOUT is a market leader in real-time service assurance and cybersecurity solutions for today’s most demanding service provider, enterprise and government networks. NETSCOUT’s Adaptive Service Intelligence (ASI) technology continuously monitors the service delivery environment to identify performance issues and provides insight into network-based security threats, helping teams to quickly resolve issues that can cause business disruptions or impact user experience. NETSCOUT delivers unmatched service visibility and protects the digital infrastructure that supports our connected world. To learn more, visit www.netscout.com.