Don’t Let An Alternate Dimension Take Over

Date: September 7, 2022
Time: 10:00am PT | 1:00pm ET

The digital world is changing and has left many organizations stuck in the upside down, searching for the right solutions. Not only is it important to have a strong network and security posture, visibility simultaneously between the two has become vital. All this, while also navigating the shift to the cloud, poses a common problem leaving the remote workforce in need of fast and secure access to their data regardless of where they are – a problem that a SASE architecture solves.

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Join our experts, Bob Laliberte, Senior Analyst at ESG and Mike Spanbauer, Senior Director and Technology Evangelist at Juniper Networks as they dive into the first installment of Juniper Networks “SASE Things” webinar series. In this session you’ll learn:

  • Why SASE and why now?
  • Where and how to transition successfully to a SASE architecture
  • Discover where SASE is heading and how to future proof your organization


Let Juniper SASE be the guide and get your organization out of the upside down and back to right side up.