Dutch enterprises know all too well the challenges of building a global network – limited bandwidth, high costs, and long deployment times. Learn how to address those challenges from the experiences of three IT professionals who overcame them.
In this eBook, IT Roundtable: Dutch Enterprises Explain How They Boosted Network Performance, Cut Costs with SASE, read the stories of IT pros from Alewijnse, FD Mediagroep (FDMG), and Centrient Pharmaceuticals, and how they replaced MPLS services with a secure access service edge (SASE) architecture.
- The other provider’s service would have meant spending around 2x more than with the SASE solution and still not get any of the security services.
The voice quality of Skype for Business has been the same as with MPLS but, of course, at a fraction of the cost. In fact, if we measure it, the packet loss and latency figures appear to be even better.
We got the functionality of SD-WAN, a global backbone, and security service for our sites and mobile users integrated together and at a fraction of the cost.