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HEAnet: providing network uptime for education

HEAnet: providing network uptime for education

If there’s one sector that relies on network uptime more than ever before, it’s the education sector. For both in-person and virtual learning, students and staff connect to crucial resources around the world to share information. The infrastructure that enables this...

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SASE vs Security Service Edge: What’s the difference?

SASE vs Security Service Edge: What’s the difference?

Security Service Edge. Is it just another fancy networking term? After all, we’ve already got SASE (Secure Access Service Edge), so why throw another buzzword into the mix? The truth is, there’s a big difference between Security Service Edge (SSE) and SASE. SSE is a...

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4 Enterprise Network Management Trends to Expect in 2022

4 Enterprise Network Management Trends to Expect in 2022

With remote working becoming the new normal over the last year, companies have experienced a complete restructuring of their business operations, from how deadlines are met and meetings are held to how clients receive their deliverables. ​​This transition has also...

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3 Tips to Improve Edge Network Resilience

3 Tips to Improve Edge Network Resilience

When it comes to improving edge network resilience, traditional WAN architectures can easily get in your way. Suppose you’re setting up an electrical substation, cellular base station, or other distributed remote infrastructure to incorporate cloud-based networking....

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SASE Implementation: A Step-by-Step Guide for Businesses

SASE Implementation: A Step-by-Step Guide for Businesses

SASE—which stands for secure access service edge—is a relatively new framework that converges wide-area networking with security into one cloud-based service stack. SASE uses software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) technology to directly connect branch offices and...

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What Are the Key Zero Trust Security Principles?

What Are the Key Zero Trust Security Principles?

Perimeter-based security is no longer sufficient for today’s enterprise network. You may even struggle to define your network perimeter anymore, mainly if you use cloud infrastructure, have remote data centers and branch offices, or rely on “Internet of Things” (IoT)...

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Zero touch provisioning: 3 drawbacks you need to know

Zero touch provisioning: 3 drawbacks you need to know

It’s Friday morning, and you’re bringing a new site online with zero touch provisioning. Your remote branch devices arrived the night before, and all you want the store manager to do is plug them in. A few minutes later, your job is finished and you’ve still got your...

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Understanding Key SASE Components & Benefits

Understanding Key SASE Components & Benefits

SASE—secure access service edge—combines SD-WAN technology with network security functionality into a single cloud-native solution. SASE uses SD-WAN’s intelligent routing to connect remote and branch users directly to cloud services, improving network and application...

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ZPE Systems strengthens growth strategy with strategic hire

ZPE Systems strengthens growth strategy with strategic hire

Fremont, CA, August 24, 2021 – ZPE Systems, an innovator of network and critical IT infrastructure management solutions, welcomes Steve Jehring as Vice President of Sales and Business Development. Steve brings more than 30 years of sales, business development, and...

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3 Zero Trust Security Benefits for Large Companies

3 Zero Trust Security Benefits for Large Companies

Network security has become more challenging for large companies whose employees, devices, and applications no longer reside within one easily defended perimeter. Zero trust security, which operates under the assumption that every user, device, and application is...

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Network Management Best Practices for Enterprises

Network Management Best Practices for Enterprises

Enterprise network management is the practice of administering, managing, and operating an extensive business network, often (but not always) with multiple branches in different geographical locations. Network management best practices aim to ensure the enterprise...

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The SASE Model: Key Use Cases & Benefits

The SASE Model: Key Use Cases & Benefits

Secure access service edge (SASE) is the recommended architecture for security and connectivity.  SASE combines wide area network (WAN) technology for robust onramp to cloud and network security services into one cloud-delivered connectivity and security software...

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