SASE Solution - delivering SD-WAN and Security as a Cloud-native service

Accelerate Technologies can help you plan, implement and manage your SASE solution (Secure Access Service Edge) – whatever the size of your organisation and wherever you are in the world.

SASE delivers improved security and performance across your network, including for remote workers and access to Cloud-based services.

With a SASE solution in place you can consolidate security tools and centralise management – improving visibility while reducing costs – and have the flexibility to keep pace with your organisation’s needs. It delivers enterprise-grade security for SMEs as well as larger organisations.

SASE is not one-size-fits-all, we can help you select the elements that you need, with a step-by-step approach.

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SASE Solution

SASE – a tailored solution, with flexible migration and implementation


Our SASE Projects Guide covers SASE scenarios, implementation strategies and vendor selection, in addition to providing an in-depth introduction to the SASE framework.

  • Improved network security and performance, especially for remote workers
  • Improved Cloud adoption, with secure, high performing connectivity
  • Faster and standardized roll-out of new branch locations
  • Migration away from MPLS – to improve performance and reduce costs, particularly for difficult global locations

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Accelerate your SASE project

With many different vendors offering solutions, specialist experience is needed to plan and implement a SASE solution. As a SASE company, we have the knowledge to help you go from initial assessments to delivery of your customised SASE solution.

Accelerate Technologies: providing expert consultancy alongside our fully-managed SD-WAN and SASE service.

SD-WAN Experts

WAN Optimisation roll out to 350 stores worldwide for a major global retailer

SASE Solution

Security Experts

Delivered Identity and Access solution to 4500 users at a borough council in the UK