Costly and Complex Appliance Sprawl?

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Traditional networks need multiple, dedicated appliances at each location to provide wide area networking (WAN) and security services. Distributed appliances require ongoing management, updates, upgrades and capacity planning to maintain the environment.

Branch Footprint Reduction

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Cato eliminates dedicated branch office equipment such as UTMs, Firewalls and WAN optimization appliances. Cato protects all connected locations and seamlessly scales to secure all traffic, without the need for unplanned hardware upgrades and resource-intensive software patches. Cato delivers continuous, up-to-date protection without any customer involvement.

  • Minimize hardware costs: Less hardware means less capital expense for acquiring, upgrading and replacing on-premise equipment.
  • Reduce management complexity: Unified policy management across all sites, that can be easily customized as needed, saves hours of tweaking configurations and policies for each device.
  • Highly adaptive protection: Unlike appliances that need to go through software updates, Cato security services are seamlessly upgraded in the background with new capabilities. Cato develops and quickly deploys threat countermeasures to keep our defenses up-to-date.

Consideration and Challenges of Delivering Secure Internet Access at the Branch

In this eBook, we will review the 3 approaches used in the past to provide internet access to branches and compare them to Cato's new approach.Download

MPLS, SD-WANs, and the Promise of SD-WAN as a Service

The network you have been waiting for is here.
Prepare to be amazed.

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