Today’s UTM: Expect More Than a Multi-Function Appliance
Traditionally, Unified Threat Management was a network appliance with additional security functions layered on top of it- giving smaller organizations or locations a single, plug and play device that made layered security affordable, quick to deploy and simple to manage. While that value proposition is just as valuable today as it was 5 years ago, it is increasingly being extended to include additional security and networking components such as endpoint protection, wired switching, wireless access points and more.
With a recent survey reminding us that the most critical priorities of SMB owners today are top line revenue growth and increase in bottom line profitability, with an overwhelming desire for trusted IT/Security partners to manage the entirety of security and IT for them, it makes perfect sense to demand more of today’s UTM.
In this webcast we will explore:
- The results of the recent SMB owner survey
- Ways the simplicity of the traditional UTM can be extended more broadly
- Key questions to ask your trusted IT/Security provider
There is a reason Gartner views Fortinet as “Fortinet as setting the cadence in the UTM market.” Join this webcast to understand why it’s important for today’s growing businesses.