Restaurants, hotels and countless other organizations within and outside of the hospitality space have traditionally relied upon virtual private networks (VPNs) to connect remote locations and/or for deploying new apps.
In the past, VPNs could help control costs, as well as provide a level of security. However, as the data landscape has evolved – with organizations becoming increasingly decentralized, especially in the hospitality market space where families of decentralized brands, chains and franchises are the norm – it has become clear that VPNs can no longer deliver the benefits for which they were originally intended.
Our VP of Product Management, Michelle Arney, dives into the drawbacks of traditional VPNs and discusses how these challenges can be overcome with secure SD-WAN at the network edge.
Read the full article here: Plugging Security Holes with SD-WAN