Barracuda announced a new secure SD-WAN service built natively on Microsoft Azure which works with some smart configurations.
“A cloud-first strategy asks for a different approach on connectivity,” said Leon Sevriens, program manager, IT at Humankind, a large organization in the Netherlands that offers daycare and after-school care, with over 3,000 employees and over 450 locations. “We have invested heavily in Microsoft Office 65 adoption across the organization, and traditional connectivity doesn’t fit the bill anymore. We need a solution that is focused on delivering application performance, not just ‘plain’ connectivity. That’s why we’re moving forward with Barracuda CloudGen WAN.”
Lack of access control and backhauling traffic are listed as the two main security challenges being faced by the organizations. Check how SD WAN can help?