Are you ready to adopt Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) model, but aren’t sure where to start? With the accelerated pace of digital transformation and the rapid shift to work from anywhere, more organizations are turning to SASE offerings to help them enable and secure anywhere, anytime access. So you are not alone.
According to Gartner, “By 2024, 30% of enterprises will adopt cloud-delivered SWG, CASB, ZTNA and branch office firewall as a service (FWaaS) capabilities from the same vendor, up from less than 5% in 2020.” 1
In a recent report, “2021 Strategic Roadmap for SASE Convergence,” Gartner offers guidance on this important topic. Don’t miss this detailed report with all the key findings and recommendations for building a successful SASE migration plan. Download your complimentary copy today.Protect anywhere, anytime access to digital capabilities - Get your complimentary copy of this Gartner report right now #SASEClick To Tweet
Building your SASE roadmap
This detailed report breaks down key findings and both short-term and long-term recommendations to help you build a roadmap to adopting SASE capabilities and offerings.
In this report, you’ll learn how to:
- Protect anywhere, anytime access to digital capabilities
- Take advantage of Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)
- Boost branch office security
- Slash complexity and costs
- Cut SASE adoption time in half
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1 Gartner “2021 Strategic Roadmap for SASE Convergence” by Neil MacDonald, Nat Smith, Lawrence Orans, Joe Skorupa, Published 25 March 2021.
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