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In most enterprises, it’s no secret that network and security teams have conflict; some are mis-aligned on priorities, others are fully at-odds. In a more siloed era, where each team had a strategy, a resource pool, and a set of priorities it controlled, this conflict was seen as a cost of doing business. But this is the era of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) architecture, where networking and security teams and the products and services they manage converge into a shared set of priorities tied to business objectives. In this landscape, network and security teams must not only align, but also collaborate to ensure an increasingly remote workforce can safely access data from anywhere, using cloud applications, and have a good experience doing it, with no degradation in network connectivity.
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