Various studies by market research companies document how rapidly changing ways of working are impacting on the requirements for network and security services:
These changes are being embraced by 4 key technology trends:
Figure 1 – Key trends in network and security services
What we are seeing is a convergence between connectivity (network) and security services, which together form the basis for the use of new architectures and ensure dynamic, optimised and secure access to work resources, whether on premise, off premise or in the cloud. Gartner has named this type of converged connectivity and security architecture Secure Access Service Edge (SASE).
Figure 2 – The internet as the IT security perimeter in the future
Figure 3 – Properties
Swisscom identified the trend early on and incorporated it into the development of its modular portfolio from the very beginning. A wide range of access and network services as well as additional telephony and entertainment services can be added as required, according to the customer’s needs, supplemented by appropriate, tried-and-tested security services if required. Furthermore, depending on the maturity of their organisation, the customer may decide at any time to delegate all or part of the operation to Swisscom security specialists. The modularity of Swisscom’s portfolio allows a step-by-step transformation that takes account of the company’s priorities.
In our networked and digitised world, Swisscom uses its expertise and nationwide portfolio to support companies with their digital journey to the cloud.
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