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Asavie Global CXO Study 2020:
The Future of the Secure Office Anywhere

1,000 C-level execs, across 3 continents were surveyed to analyze the impact of COVID-19 on their organizations’ dynamically changing security concerns.

What's Inside?

The Industry’s most comprehensive study into the future of the enterprise network and security challenges as digital transformation is accelerated by COVID-19 in the new normal of office anywhere. 

  • Digital Business Acceleration study by Ecosystm 
  • 1,000+ global C-Suite leaders in Cybersecurity & IT 
  • 700+ organizations with 500+ employees 
  • 25+ industry verticals 

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of global organizations focused on delivering a better customer experience.

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of global organizations focused on delivering a better customer experience.

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of large global enterprises cited scaling endpoint security as their number one pain point during the pandemic.

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of large global enterprises cited scaling endpoint security as their number one pain point during the pandemic.

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of CXOs experienced
challenges of provisioning remote employees.

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of CXOs admitted to a cybersecurity incident, specific to remote working.

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of CXOs experienced
challenges of provisioning remote employees.

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of CXOs admitted to a cybersecurity incident, specific to remote working.

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global organizations source remote access service from cloud service providers,

of enterprises source remote access from MNOs in North America,

only of enterprises source remote access from MNOs in EMEA.

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global organizations source remote access service from cloud service providers,

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of enterprises source remote access from MNOs in North America,

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only of enterprises source remote access from MNOs in EMEA.

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of global organizations are reliant on legacy networking WAN technologies.

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of global organizations are reliant on legacy networking WAN technologies.

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1,000 C-level execs, across 3 continents were surveyed to analyze the impact of COVID-19 on their organizations’ dynamically changing security concerns.