"Not mesh, it's meh": Security, privacy and trust with Hybrid Work
by Paul Davenport Paul Davenport on

In this next installment of our conversation with AppNeta’s Chief Customer Officer Adam Edwards and our Director of Global Alliances John Tewfik—featuring excerpts from their recent webcast on Hybrid Work Optimization—we’re going to discuss the hot-button topic of security, privacy and trust in a hybrid work world.

Adam kicks us off by discussing some of the most popular networking strategies teams have been leveraging to support remote workers, before him and John dig into specific customer examples where security, privacy and trust either conflicted or complemented network performance.

From a discussion on remote, global access to Microsoft Teams, to some real-life customer deployment scenarios, Adam and John detail the specific metrics teams need to have a handle on to ensure both safe and performance network and app experiences for end users.


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