Enterprise Network Security & the Future of Work

COVID-19 will have a lasting impact on how employees work and how businesses operate. Clavem Research explore in this white paper how network security needs will evolve in an era
where the office needs to go wherever employees happen to be.

Safe Distance Learning for K-12 Schools

Asavie protects the online learning experience of students attending
K-12 schools, colleges and universities.

Asavie Partners with Nokia's Nuage Networks

Industry first SD-WAN solution for desktop, mobile and IoT devices.

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Enterprise Network Security & the Future of Work

COVID-19 will have a lasting impact on how employees work and how businesses operate. Clavem Research explore in this white paper how network security needs will evolve in an era where the office needs to go wherever employees happen to be.

Safe Distance Learning for K-12 Schools

Asavie protects the online learning experience of students attending
K-12 schools, colleges and universities.

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Asavie Partners with Nokia's Nuage Networks

Industry first SD-WAN solution for desktop, mobile and IoT devices.
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AT&T is committed to finding innovative ways to support educational institutions
during this public health crisis. Combining AT&T and Asavie’s technologies ensures that
K-12 students are connected and protected while studying remotely.

Mo Katibeh

EVP and Chief Marketing Officer, AT&T Business
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For CIOs seeking to unify the management of endpoints across all areas of their digital business, Asavie’s SD Edge solution is an important enabler to secure mobile and IoT devices which until now have been outside the enterprise WAN. This creates new opportunities for service providers delivering SD-WANaaS to expand their offering beyond the fixed branch network and hybrid cloud to include mobile and IoT use cases.

Sunil Khandekar

Founder & CEO Nuage Networks
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Enterprises today resort to cumbersome legacy technologies such as VPN to provide their mobile workforce with access to private data centre services and applications. Asavie SD Edge is an elegant, client-less solution, that addresses this challenge head on, by extending the security and usage policies from within the WAN out to the mobile workforce. It removes the need for a VPN by enabling a zero-footprint deployment that allows the IT department replicate the user experience behind the corporate firewall, out to the mobile endpoint.

Michael Pellett

Principal Architect, Camelot UK Lotteries
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Asavie SD Edge is solving a lot of challenges for IT network and infrastructure teams
with the ability to extend the WAN policies to the mobile endpoint.

Brian Mullan

CIO, Automobile Association, Ireland
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We took our estate of IoT monitoring devices out of the line of fire and simplified the process
for performing security patch updates.

Chris Isbell

Field Communications Coordinator, Howard Energy Partners
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The service provides our patrolmen with an essential tool to communicate with one another,
our interconnected applications and our dispatch systems in a fast and highly secure way.

Chris Elliott

Sheriff, Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office
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We were being eaten alive by our Wi-Fi costs until Asavie SD Mobile came along. We could see
immediate improvement once we deployed the solution.

Tom Morgan

CEO, Gray Line Tours (Tucson)
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We wanted to provide a tool to help everyone get online, educate themselves, apply for jobs,
and keep in touch with family and friends. But we need to manage the tablets so that security
and costs are kept under control.

Jason Tutin

Digital and Learning Development Manager, Leeds Libraries and Information Service

Our Customers

Over 10,000 companies, big and small, are transforming their businesses with Asavie.​

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Secure Internet Fit for the Mobile Business

Asavie SD Mobile is a network-based, enterprise mobility service that provides a highly secure internet experience for mobile devices. Because of its vantage position in the network, it ensures visibility, security and control across the mobile fleet including smartphones, tablets and cellular routers.

Private Access for the Mobile Business

Asavie SD Edge is a self-serve network service, which extends the enterprise private network to mobile assets. CIOs can now deliver a seamless and secure connectivity experience to mobile assets, as if inside the enterprise private network.

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Private Networks for Secure IoT

Asavie SD IoT is a self-serve private mobile IoT network. The private network protects IoT devices by eliminating the exposure to cyberattacks on the public internet, keeping IoT deployments safe from Day One.

Service Providers

The world's leading communication service providers sell Asavie services to provide secure
Mobility, IoT and networking to their customers.

Changing the Human Touch to a Digital Touch – how COVID-19 Accelerates the Need to Secure Telehealth

By Hugh Carroll

For centuries, the laying on of hands, or the “human-touch” has symbolized the essence of the doctor-patient relationship. The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting this age-old tradition by accelerating the digital transformation of the healthcare delivery model for medical workers globally. The human-touch is now transforming to an increasingly digital-touch, enabled by secure telehealth solutions. This …

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Securing the ‘Office Anywhere’, what role does SD-WAN, CASB, ZTNA or SASE play?

By Mark Lambe

The last few weeks of working remotely have certainly been an eye-opener. As the family adapted to the ‘new normal’ of continuously being online; we discovered new video, collaboration, and cloud applications for work, school, and social interaction. We all became experts in Wi-Fi congestion, Wi-Fi boosters, and how to reduce our bandwidth usage, especially …

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The Future of Work: How will Enterprise Network Security Change?

By Mick Higgins

In most places around the world, restrictions on movement, businesses, and gatherings are being lifted in stages, some faster than others. I am writing this blog from my home in Ireland and we are in Phase 2+ of our opening. We are all looking forward to most businesses being opened by the end of June …

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