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Cybersecurity firm said that as many as 21,000 organisations across different industries and verticals have adopted its solution. The company claimed that Secure SD-WAN is able to scale to up to 100,000 SD-WAN sites.

Citing a Gartner Magic Quadrant for Network Firewalls report, the company said that by 2024, 50% of new firewall purchases in distributed enterprises will utilize SD-WAN features with the growing adoption of cloud-based services, up from less than 20% today.

Gartner recommends that users consider the set of critical capabilities as some of the most important criteria for WAN Edge solution acquisition decisions. Fortinet says that these results further highlight its focus on Secure SD-WAN innovation.

“The ability to on-ramp our branch offices to the cloud through Fortinet Secure SD-WAN enables us to extend last mile optimization to all users. Fortinet Secure SD-WAN helped us improve user experience and effectively connect to our multi-cloud environment,” said Dirk van Gelderen, Group Information Security Officer at De Heus Animal Nutrition.

“SENATI is the largest technological higher education college in Peru and it’s important that our students are able to access the applications and resources needed to support their educational goals from any location. We chose Fortinet Secure SD-WAN because it not only enables our students to quickly access the resources they need, but also keeps them safe online. Fortinet Secure SD-WAN allows us to optimize and improve visibility of bandwidth usage with integrated software and hardware, helping us reduce costs. Working with Fortinet’s team made integration and migration easy and simple, and they have provided us with a solution that will safely grow with our institution throughout time with their security-first approach,” said Willy Zamudio Núñez, Information Technology Manager at SENATI.

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“Fortinet Secure SD-WAN has provided The Paper Store with a secure, high-performing, scalable solution that allowed us to significantly improve our security posture and user experience for cloud and SaaS applications. The Paper Store currently has over 80 stores and 3,000 employees throughout the Northeast, and as we continue to expand, Fortinet Secure SD-WAN will help save time and money by enabling us to deploy new branch locations in minutes instead of months. Fortinet’s solution gives us the flexibility to integrate new services into our network without compromising performance or security,” said Alex Fuchs, Director of IT at The Paper Store.

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