While SASE promises numerous advantages over traditional edge security services, especially in areas of scalability, maintenance, and lifecycle management, it does introduce some challenges in terms of monitoring and troubleshooting. When subscribing to a cloud security service, the underlying infrastructure should be equally essential to the IT security capabilities. It’s important to consider the importance of how a service is architected, built, and enhanced as it directly impacts your business, your SLA to your customers, and your own bottom line. Learn how Umbrella provides excellent performance for users, anywhere they connect to the internet or cloud apps.
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