BLOGS AND INDUSTRY NEWSOriginal content from SDWAN Solutions
Make sure the Evil Hacker doesn’t attack your business this Halloween and make sure you’re not the guy whose old firewall fails to protect you on Bon(-voyage) fire(wall) Night. Read our blog on past cyber-attacks and cyber-crime and see why you need SASE to protect your network and business every single day.
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.
Research show that 37% shoppers will not wait more than 5 minutes to pay for their shopping before dumping their basket and leaving the store. 17% of these shoppers would not wait more than 3 minutes.
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.]