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How to optimize remote work with SD-WANs and SASE

Today, these networks are not adequate to support a wholesale transition to remote working that includes working from home and on the go. This is where software-defined wide area networks (SD-WANs) and the secure access service edge (SASE) come in.
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Private vs. public networks: Why private networks are the safer bet for enterprises

Network type is an important consideration for businesses. Different network connections have significantly different attributes that may not matter to users at home but can have serious implications for your business functions and security, among other things.
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Failover and failback are crucial to effective business continuity

In today’s digital landscape, businesses must have a strong disaster recovery plan in place. A disaster can strike at any time, whether natural or man-made, and it is essential to be prepared to mitigate any potential damage.
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Schools and libraries can leverage e-rate federal funding for wireless broadband access

Most children today are more likely to see their first words on a screen than in a book. Digital technology and broadband access have become essential aspects of education, both in schools and at libraries. These institutions often have difficulties accessing high-quality broadband access.
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BEAD program is bringing high-quality broadband to underserved and unserved areas

The federal government launched the Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) program to extend high-quality broadband access into previously unserved or underserved areas. The program makes funding available across the states for telecom providers to enhance their offerings, extending high-quality internet access into rural and remote areas where there was only low-quality access or no access at all.
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Different types of firewalls needed for effective cybersecurity

Firewalls are a standard component of all consumer and enterprise networks. These security systems monitor, filter, and route incoming and outgoing data traffic based on predetermined security rules to filter out malicious actors, prevent unauthorized access to networks and sensitive data, and control the flow of outgoing traffic.
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What is AWS Govcloud? Why should your business care about it?

AWS Govcloud is a specific region within the larger Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing platform that is designed to meet specific regulatory and compliance requirements for government workloads. It offers a secure and compliant environment for government agencies and their sensitive data. It is separate from, but functions similarly to, the standard AWS regions.
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Navigating FedRAMP compliance: safeguarding federal data in the age of cloud computing

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is a government-wide program established in 2011 to address the growing use of cloud computing by government departments and the sensitive nature of federal data. Its purpose is to ensure the security and compliance of cloud service providers (CSPs) working with federal agencies, making FedRAMP authorization a requirement for all CSPs seeking to work with the U.S. federal government.
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What is FIPS 140-2? Why is it important?

FIPS 140-2, Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2, is a U.S. government standard that specifies the security requirements for cryptographic modules used to protect sensitive information. It was developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and was first published in 2001.
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A complete guide to TAA compliance

TAA compliance refers to the Trade Agreements Act, a federal law that sets guidelines for government contracts and procurement. The purpose of this act is to promote fair and open international trade and to ensure that the products purchased by the U.S. government are manufactured in designated TAA-compliant countries.
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Network redundancy is crucial to business success

Few enterprises have escaped reliance on information and communications technology (ICT) networks. Verticals from software to healthcare, financial management, retail, telecommunications, and government agencies rely on powerful and reliable networks to operate their businesses effectively. The proliferation of data-intensive business applications and cloud-based computing to support flexible business strategies and remote work, among other things, has made powerful and reliable networks a necessity for most businesses.
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Enhance efficiency and security with effective SASE deployments

The growing adoption of cloud-based networking, and ever-larger populations of remote workers, are driving enterprise demand for more powerful, further reaching, and highly secure networks. A secure access service edge (SASE) solution allows enterprises to better leverage cloud technologies and ensure remote workers can work effectively without compromising network security.
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