Accelerate your digital business with SASE.

Learn how SASE is helping organisations like yours keep up with the enterprise network security landscape, with new research from Standard & Poor’s Global Market Intelligence. 

SASE helps you meet your business goals. But only if done right.

Investing in SASE can help you meet diverse business goals. The path there can be littered with many hurdles such as technology interoperability and agreeing priorities. But when implemented effectively, SASE will enable you to: 

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Improve user experience network performance
without sacrificing security

Implement a common, zero-trust based approach across the business to ensure greater protection against attacks and data loss. 

Minimise the number of security technologies your teams have to manage and maintain. 

Scale quickly while still being able to optimise both network performance and security. 

Increase your risk confidence with the knowledge that critical assets and data have homogenised security policies applied. 

Consolidate underutilised or redundant technologies to help streamline your costs. 

Deploy new applications and users faster by moving your operations to the cloud. 

Optimise application routing wherever the user may be connected to the network, and provide a consistent user experience. 

Leverage SD WAN that can increase your overall performance through a combination of caching, application organisation, secure connectivity and intelligent path control. 

Reduce the complexity of your IT infrastructure by consolidating network and security into a unified cloud-based technology stack. 

Make mergers and acquisitions (M&A) easier through more efficient adding and removing of users and applications. 

2023 Magic Quadrant™ for Single-Vendor SASE1

See which SASE vendors are recognised in the first Magic Quadrant for Single-Vendor SASE report. 

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The expertise you’ll need for a successful SASE transition.

Implementing SASE is complex. It comprises multiple technologies and requires migrating thousands of users, often across hundreds of business locations. Taking a phased approach that prioritises your most critical business needs will help you overcome the challenges large enterprises face when embarking upon a SASE migration. 

Operating model

Defining a target operating model will help you pinpoint your desired end state and help you determine how, and by whom, your policies should be managed.

Vendor selection

Choosing a vendor that can meet all your business and technical requirements requires analysis and consideration because features across SASE technology can vary. 


Creating a roadmap that outlines the phases of your program of work will help ensure your SASE transition is handled effectively and with minimal disruption to your business. 

SASE: Tips for a successful transition

Join Verizon Business and Versa Networks for an informative discussion about the reasons for, and benefits of moving to a hybrid based, secure access service edge (SASE) framework. We’ll help demystify how to embark upon a successful transition, avoid pitfalls and achieve operational stability.

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We’ve been providing SASE before there was SASE.

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Experts in both network and security

We have 20 years of experience in the design, deployment, and management of network and security infrastructure. 

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Best of breed technology partnerships

  • We partner with leading SASE vendors including Palo Alto, Zscaler, Versa Networks, Viptela and Netskope. 
  • Palo Alto Certified Professional Services Program: Most Trained Partner 2022.
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A leader in network and security

  • Leader in Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ Network Services, Global for 17 years2
  • IDC recognises Verizon as a leader in its IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Managed SD-WAN 2020 Vendor Assessment3
  • Named a leader by 2022 Omdia Universe for Global IT Security Services4
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Integrated secure networking experts

We have been designing, implementing and managing integrated solutions that provide a secure network perimeter around enterprise IT environments for over a decade. 

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1Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Single-Vendor SASE, Andrew Lerner, Jonathan Forest, Neil MacDonald, Nat Smith, Charlie Winckless, 16 August 2023.

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