Global Networking Trends Report

May 22, 2024

EXECUTIVE PLATFORM

Why IT Leaders Are Evolving the Network into a High-Performance Digital Engine

3 min read

The new 2024 Global Networking Trends Report provides a compelling look at networking readiness among global IT organizations. We heard from over 2,000 IT professionals in 13 countries about the advanced architectures and transformational capabilities they will be watching over the next two years.

July 18, 2023

NETWORKING

Converge Networking and Security with the Right SASE

4 min read

Secure access service edge (SASE) is becoming a leading convergence architecture for secure multicloud access. Here’s why networking and security convergence is a winning strategy and how to choose among disaggregated, modular, and unified SASE solutions.

May 11, 2023

NETWORKING

IT Leaders Contend with Secure Multicloud Access – The 2023 Global Networking Trends Report

3 min read

What is your #SASE strategy? Explore this year’s report to learn more about how your peers are connecting and securing their increasingly distributed personnel to increasingly distributed apps and data.

June 9, 2022

NETWORKING

Secure Access Service Edge: Is it the solution your IT team is looking for?

2 min read

What is SASE or how to get started on the SASE journey? Get answers to these questions and more in the special edition of the 2022 Global Networking Trends Report.

February 28, 2022

NETWORKING

Network as a Service: The changing face of NetOps

2 min read

Network Operations roles will change to support new requirements for managing the network in emerging models like Network as a Service (NaaS). As individuals and organizations, we’re better when we navigate these changes together.

February 14, 2022

NETWORKING

Network as a Service: A Simpler Path to the Latest Technology

3 min read

Networking professionals reveal what would most likely cause them to consider moving to a network-as-a-service model. Top reasons include accessing the latest technologies, the prevalence of security attacks, and the need for greater network agility.