Mobile Access: How to End Slow Mobile VPNs

November 8, 2017

User complaints about slow VPN access have been with us forever. Mobile users struggle to gain global access to business applications using legacy mobile VPN clients. They rely on the slow public internet, with its convoluted global routing and high packet loss.

Traditional VPN architectures are also incompatible with cloud datacenters in services, such as Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure, and cloud applications, such as Office 365. The need to force all traffic through a physical chokepoint, a datacenter firewall, impacts performance and the user experience. Alternatively, directly connecting to the cloud bypasses corporate network security, leading to no visibility and control.

Join us on November 15, 2017, or November 16, 2017, during our next webinar for a master class as Adrian Dunne, the global director at AdRoll explains how to avoid the pitfalls and challenges that lead to slow VPN access.

Dunne revolutionized the way AdRoll, a leading AdTech company, delivered cloud resources to its  global mobile workforce of employees and contractors.  He developed an architecture that improved remote application performance and increased his visibility and control.

He’ll be joined by Ofir Agasi, director of product marketing at Cato Networks, who spent more than a decade analyzing, developing, and delivering secure mobile access solutions.

Together they’ll dig deep into AdRoll’s secure mobile access implementation and explain:

  • The impact of workforce globalization and cloud migration on legacy VPN architectures
  • How Adroll addressed these challenges to optimize the access of its global workforce to multiple, multi-region AWS VPCs
  • How Cato’ Cloud, Cato’s secure, cloud-based SD-WAN, helps improve visibility, control and remote access to physical and cloud datacenters from anywhere in the world.

To learn more and register for the webinar sign up here.

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Dave Greenfield

Dave Greenfield

Dave Greenfield is a veteran of IT industry. He’s spent more than 20 years as an award-winning journalist and independent technology consultant. Today, he serves as a secure networking evangelist for Cato Networks.