The Scouts acknowledged the necessity to “Be Prepared” over 100 years (!) ago; the industry should have, as well.
Yet COVID-19 took businesses – more like the entire world – by surprise. Very few were prepared for the explosion of remote access, and the challenge of instantly shifting an entire organization to work from anywhere.
Cato Networks shared its increase in remote access usage post coronavirus outbreak. The trend is clear.
Remote access has become an essential pillar for ensuring business continuity; nevertheless, the requirements to enable this, especially at a time of crisis, can be overwhelming.
The industry is undergoing a paradigm shift. In the past, most works were performed from the office, and only a subset of the business operated remotely. Today, most (if not all) users require secure and optimized access to applications from remote.
Legacy VPN isn’t suited to support this shift. It was designed for sporadic access by a subset of the userbase. If you think that scaling legacy VPN is simple, think again. It’s complex, expensive, and takes too long to be considered an instant solution for an urgent need.
What’s needed is a remote access solution that…