The SASE story III: SASE as a solution for remote workers
In collaboration with Jon Heaton and Roel Bernaerts In the last SASE blog, we outlined our aspiration to migrate to “Unified SASE” for most of our network. This unified approach provides superb integrations between SD-WAN, cloud security, end-point security and zero trust — all available through a unified services portal. For our third blog in […]
The SASE story: How SASE came to be, and why it has quickly become the default architecture
What is SASE? Cisco IT outlines the history of networking as it pertains to the evolution of SASE.
Getting Started with Cisco SD-Access and Cisco DNA Center
Enterprise network teams must build foundational knowledge in Cisco SD-Access and Cisco DNA Center to leverage Software-Defined Access in the Cisco-powered Enterprise Campus network.
Modernized IT: Cisco’s Road to intent-based networking
Using our interactive roadmap, Cisco IT shares insights and lessons learned from their own ongoing network transformation across Access, WAN, and Data Center/Cloud.
All Aboard! Next Stop: Norfolk Southern Smart Campus, Midtown Atlanta
With Cisco Wi-Fi 6 APs and POE switches, along with a Software-Defined Access fabric, Norfolk Southern's new Smart Campus in Mid-Town Atlanta is ready to support employees with a modern, flexible, and secure work environment.
Three ways ISE 3.0 enables visibility-driven network segmentation to gain zero trust
ISE 3.0 takes a big leap forward to simplify and ease the deployment of network segmentation, while giving customers the visibility they require to ensure this level of protection doesn’t shut down business objectives. Read our blog to learn more.
Journey to a software-defined access fabric network, part 1
Network demands have been increasing. Shifting to an SD-Access fabric network will help!
The Transformation of Software Testing
A shift in mindset is required to digitize software development. Integrating testing developers into the early design and develop stages benefit customers as well as development teams.
Network automation: offering choices now key
Moving your IT organization to network automation and programmability now requires offering choices based on three key options.