Using ZTNA to Deliver the Experience Users Want

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It’s 2020 and your workforce is no longer confined to the office. They are working from home, hotels and airports. The devices they use are no longer managed BlackBerry devices given to them by the endpoint team. They are personal BYOD smartphones, tablets and laptops used for both leisure and work.

You are responsible for not only securing your employees, but also third-party contractors who are on the company’s payroll as well. All of these users need identical access to private apps across all devices, locations and application types. Providing access from these devices, without compromising security was at one point an impossibility. Not anymore.

Read this white paper to learn how a ZTNA approach can deliver the secure experience your users want.

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