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Twenty years ago, government agencies began to leverage the Internet to share information with their constituents more easily, and over time developed digital platforms to deliver services, whether the ability to pay taxes or traffic tickets online, and to generally make interactions more convenient and cost-effective.
Secure Government Networking Starts With Fully Secure Private Networks: How Software Defined Programmable Networks Reduce Risk and Improve Resilience
Data integrity is a core value for IT teams keeping state, local and federal government agencies connected and operating. Digital transformation provides an opportunity for our government agencies to connect with a larger population of employees, contractors and citizens, but are the new network technologies ready? Are they secure enough to meet the data integrity standards required?
The financial services community is arguably the most connected industry in the world, with the largest IT and telecom spend and the most to gain or lose when the performance and security of networks is in play.
Beyond SD-WAN, SASE Makes A Clear Case for Massive Improvements in Faster, More Secure Networking in 2020
We’ve always believed SD-WAN was a transitional network approach, and with the arrival of the Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) this vision has been validated.
Our industry began working on addressing challenges of mobile computing at the edge nearly ten years ago, when it became evident that ultra-low latency and ultra-broadband capabilities would be necessary to deliver richer applications at the edge of mobile networks as 5G matured.
In what may be the clearest representations of how the new world of edge computing can operate and scale, with resilience and security, Gartner recently coined a new term: SASE. Pronounced “sassy”, we believe this is more than just another trend, another set of buzz words, another acronym, or another hype cycle.
While providing a better viewing experience for consumers is one aspect of a full 5G world when it comes to business, enterprise and government adoption of 5G, the IoT and Industrial IoT is the primary driver of ultimately creating value (connected solutions with high ROIs).
Legacy mobile networks have, since their inception, relied upon closed hardware-based architectures from edge to the core. Given the rapid advancement of open, virtualized and software-defined networking technologies, service providers are now able to develop and roll out new services within weeks or months, not years, and with far less upfront CapEx risk, and more sustainable, flexible and “future-proof” environments.
How Telehealth is Changing Medicine and Healthcare Insurance; Why Securing Data is More Critical than Ever
According to FH Health Indicators, a white paper published by the nonprofit FAIR health, private insurance claim lines for services rendered via telehealth, as a percentage of all medical claims, grew 53 percent in the US between 2016 and 2017, more than any other venue of care.