The last two years have seen SASE becoming the mainstream security framework with businesses across all sectors either in the implementation stage of adoption or planning an adoption strategy.
THE 10 MOST COMMON SD-WAN AND SASE PROBLEMS – HOW TO AVOID GRAVE ERRORS AND NIGHTMARE NETWORKS THIS HALLOWEEN
Halloween calls for some scary horror stories we thought it an ideal occasion to share some of the hair-raising ‘notwork’ common errors we repeatedly witness, and more importantly, how we can help you get your network refresh right first time.
In this blog, SD-WAN Solutions highlights the varied and myriad technological innovations the leading construction businesses are adopting to counter this impact, many of which are now trickling down into SMEs and even family run building companies and partner organisations.
So, what is driving cloud adoption strategy trends in Africa? Why are trend predictors saying that 2022 will be the Year of SD-WAN? How will SASE stem the alarming trend for cyber-attacks that annually strip 10% of African GDP? How is hugely increased African connectivity impacting on this unprecedented digitisation of an entire continent?
VPN Technology has been around for years now, (in fact the first ever VPNs were introduced back in 1996) since then, they have allowed enterprises with remote workforces, such as on-the-road salespeople, to enable those remote workers to access corporate assets on the corporate network from remote locations.
Many companies have as many as 40 different security solutions and products, which their IT teams battle to manage and maintain – We’ve devised SaSe and SD-WAN security solutions that enable you to consolidate these myriad solutions, simplify management and, most importantly, allow you to strengthen your network and increase worker protection
Ebenezer Scrooge, a mean and miserly old man with no family and even fewer friends, is sitting in his office counting his bitcoins, when suddenly the network goes down. Again.
“Cratchit! The internet has crashed again. Go fix it!” He hollers.
Bob Cratchit, smiles benevolently and shakes his head. The silly old sod has no idea about technology; Scrooge thinks ‘hardware’ is only sold in an ironmongers and that ‘application’ is something to do with haemorrhoid cream.
“The internet hasn’t crashed, sir,” Bob explains. “It’s the old network that you refuse to update. Look, all your businesses are offline.”
“New network, bah humbug! There’ll be no Christmas break for you Cratchit until you get this lot back up and running. I’m losing money hand over fist!”
“Hmmm tight-fist.” Cratchit mutters.
It’s that time of year again where many of our competitors are quaking in the Frankenstein-inspired platform boots – it’s not Halloween they fear, but our annual Halloween Howler blog, where we tell nightmare-inducing horror stories of things that went wrong in the world of SD-WAN and SaSe.
As usual, dear reader, we’ll be letting rip like a mummy in a bandage factory with the usual (blood) splattering of stories about networks that go crash in the night…. (we say ‘night’ for dramatic effect, but in reality the networks we refer to normally crash at the busiest time of the day). So, who has become a vampire, sucking the life-blood from every business they meet? Who is the giant SD-WANNABE monster that lurks in Mirky Valley? Who is being stalked by the Grim Reaper and who, frankly, may as well kick the Halloween trick or treating bucket and give up the ghost on SD-WAN right now?
[any similarities in this blog to any business real or dead are purely coincidental. This blog is for entertainment purposes only.]
Our recent research into the construction industry shows it has had it as tough as any other sector in 2020 – projects were delayed or cancelled, supply chains were unreliable, social distancing proved an on-going logistical and practical challenge and the lack of financial reserves many construction companies operate without has brought a sense in instability in an already unstable world. But that very same research shows clear trends for 2021 on how the construction sector plans to recover and future proof. And some have already begun that task.
Small and medium-sized business owners could be excused for thinking that SD-WAN is provided by corporates for corporates, but a new partnership between SDWAN Solutions and Adaptiv Networks has been forged via a combined mission to break through the glass ceiling of SD-WAN provision to bring tailored SD-WAN to small and medium-sized businesses across the UK and Europe.
Now, even if your business has only a handful of sites, just one site with staff who also need to work remotely, or even if you simply want to ensure your team members can work at home, remotely and in office locations without buffering or delay, together we will tailor an SD-WAN Solution for you, with up to 65% savings compared to traditional MPLS.
Coronavirus, or COVID-19 has created challenging, uncertain and ever changing times for businesses everywhere. Success, or even now survival, is down to how your business, or even your entire workforce, reacts to change, how you learn from it and most importantly how you adapt. Don’t focus on what you can’t change; try to see the positive in every situation and work with that.
Here we’ve created a guide to both working at home as a remote worker – what things to avoid and how to stay focussed, and as a business how to get the best from remote working and home workers.
Technospeak, cyberbabble: usually confusing and often overflowing with superfluous verbosity. But what really confuses us in explanations about technology is that the HOW it works is explained, rather than WHAT it will do to improve your life or business.
So we’re just going to say it like it is and explain what true SD-WAN will bring you in good old fashioned plain speaking English. There, no unwarranted verbiage so far and there’s none to follow: