What does it take to do SASE your way?
Cisco SecureX is bringing radical simplification to security. Learn how our integrated, cloud-native platform can help you transform your network for a seamless transition to SASE.
Cisco’s Vision for SASE and a Brand New Offer to Kickstart Your Journey
Discover Cisco’s vision for Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) and how it can radically simplify your security in this blog by Gee Rittenhouse and James Mobley.
Cisco+: Accelerating Your Business Outcomes with As-a-service
Cisco+ — our new brand for cross-architecture solutions that are designed to be delivered as-a-service — will provide unified subscriptions that are simple to use, deliver predictable outcomes, and provide intelligence from AI-driven insights and automation to drive performance and cost optimization.
SASE, ZTNA and XDR market trends must work together for simplified security
In 2020, we launched our integrated security platform, Cisco SecureX for improved visibility, simplicity, and efficiency. While these capabilities sound great, do they actually satisfy the trends reshaping security today? Three security trends catalyzed by the impact of 2020 have both accelerated and catalyzed at warp speed. Read this report from 451 Research to find out more.
Five ways we’re improving telework with SD-WAN and telemetry
Telework is common now. Learn five tips to improve the experience.
Shaking up the SD-WAN Market and Propelling Partner Success
Cisco is shaking up the market and doubling down on SD-WAN while doing all we can to help our partners propel to the next level. Why? Because the market is crazy dynamic, SD-WAN is the connective tissue for network digital transformation and customer demands change seemingly by the hour.
The three C’s approach to SASE
SASE is a network architecture that combines SD-WAN capabilities with cloud-native security functions. SASE helps organizations to simplify and scale secure connectivity for a distributed workforce. Yet, transitioning existing network into a SASE architecture is a journey, where organizations must take into consideration overall business goals, architecture prerequisites, and licensing requirements.
New #CiscoChat: What Catalyst 8000 Means for SD-WAN
You’ve heard how SD-WAN and security are converging into a SASE model. Have you considered how everything will perform? That’s where the Cisco Catalyst 8000 Edge Platforms Family comes in.