Unified SASE explained
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Learn what unified SASE is and get a closer look at four key use cases.
Discover the benefits of unifying network and security functions for modern organizations.
What the experts have to say
say their primary SSE use case is securing access for their remote and hybrid employees in research supported by Axis Security3.
of enterprises will have adopted a strategy to unify web, cloud services, and private application access using a SASE/SSE architecture by 20251.
of new SD-WAN purchases will be part of a single-vendor SASE offering by 20252.
2 Gartner Market Guide for Single-Vendor SASE, September 2023
3 Cybersecurity Insiders 2023 Security Services Edge (SSE) Adoption Report
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Everyone wins with HPE Aruba Networking unified SASE
Financial and procurement directors
To make cost savings and to drive better value from investments in mission-critical infrastructure, unified SASE brings consolidation by unifying networking and security functions under one vendor and one contract.
For improved employee productivity and fewer interruptions to business-as-usual, unified SASE delivers a double assurance because network and security are managed on a single platform.
Innovation is more potent when built and developed on a robust foundation of simplicity and predictability. Unified SASE removes the complexities to innovation to optimize cross-functional collaboration.
Human resource directors
Unified SASE protects people from security threats wherever they work. It also offers them the reassurance that they are working with predefined policies and with the correct permissions.
Legal and ESG directors
Unified SASE will play a pivotal role in minimizing external and internal attack vendors—an absolute requirement for compliance with many governmental and industry regulations.