Delivering a Consistent and Secure Workspace Experience Spanning Multiple Sites with Cisco SD-Access
Cisco SD-Access Multisite provides seamless and scalable interconnectivity across multiple fabric sites as well as connectivity to data centers, clouds, and the Internet.
Cisco SD-Access May Just Be the Vaccine You Need to Combat the Digital Pandemic
With a “Never Trust, Always Verify” approach, Cisco SD-Access’ core focus is to minimize data breaches by stopping east-west infections and reducing the attack surface across the enterprise network.
Campus Segmentation Using Cisco SD-Access for the Enterprise
Cisco SD-Access provides a network fabric technology with flexible IP addressing and hierarchical segmentation that can easily scale to create a virtual network that greatly reduces the attack surface.
Establish, Enforce, and Continuously Verify Trust with SD-Access in Simple Steps
Learn how the new capabilities of Cisco SD-Access support a flexible journey to the zero-trust enterprise.
Advances in Software Defined Networking and SD-WAN
Learn about Cisco’s implementation of SD-Access, SD-WAN, and Cloud Native SD-WAN, as well as their advantages and the standardization efforts required for interoperability.
North Carolina DHHS uses AI endpoint analytics to simplify network control
North Carolina DHHS uses Cisco AI endpoint analytics to get the details they need on all their medical and building automation devices making the devices’ classification, management, and security simple.
Government of Catalonia deploys Cisco DNA for business continuity and a safe return to work
The decision by the Government of Catalonia to create an open, dynamic, and mobile-first campus has provided business continuity and a safe return to work. Deploying Cisco SD-Access and Cisco DNA Center enabled the IT organization with an agile, automated network with the scale and flexibility to face any future challenge.
Adventist Health deploys AI endpoint analytics to keep its network in shape
AI endpoint analytics application in Cisco DNA Center identified and fully profiled over 58,000 healthcare-related devices at Adventist Health giving them unprecedented visibility and a sound basis for crafting security policies.