Brad McEvoy

Recent Posts by Brad McEvoy:

SD-WAN Foundation Paves the Way for SASE Success

As many organisations transition to a cloud-first approach, prioritising the use of cloud applications across their operations, network traffic escalates. At the same time, offering work flexibility in all its many guises, including hybrid working, work from home, or work from anywhere is becoming an expected workplace norm. Together, these modern expectations are placing enormous demands on traditional networks built on hub-and-spoke WAN architecture that was never intended to support and secure such network traffic.

Topics: Security Connectivity Network

Get a Future-Ready Security Architecture with a SASE Managed Service

Is your organisation still managing security and networking policies across multiple disjointed consoles? For those who have been tasked to design a cloud-first and future-ready security architecture, secure access service edge, or SASE provides a flexible approach to ever-evolving network security.

Topics: Security Connectivity Network

What is SASE and Why You Need It: The Benefits of Moving to a SASE Model

The rapid adoption of SaaS applications and the growth of flexible working with more of the workforce working remotely, it’s not uncommon for companies to be using multiple management tools to secure and govern access to cloud services.

Topics: Security Connectivity Network

What do ESG and SD-WAN have in common?

The simple answer is more than you think! As environment, social, and governance, or ESG reporting becomes a significant agenda item, a growing number of businesses are taking steps to ensure their ESG performance compares favourably to industry peers.

Topics: Network CSR

How to choose the right devices and mobile solutions for your business needs

Enterprise mobility is a crucial part of any successful business, which is why choosing the right devices and mobile solutions is so important.

With the right mobile devices, you’ll maximise your team’s efficiency and productivity – but get it wrong, and you’ll end up with frustrated users, higher costs and missed opportunities.

Topics: Management Intelligence