Laying the foundation for cloud and SD-WAN at Cushman and Wakefield

| January 27, 2020

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Rob Franch, CTO, and Rob McDougall, SVP Information Technology, at Cushman and Wakefield, discuss their implementation of Zscaler as a foundation for their cloud and SD-WAN strategy. Zscaler (NASDAQ: ZS) enables the world’s leading organizations to securely transform their networks and applications for a mobile and cloud-first world. Its flagship services, Zscaler Internet Access and Zscaler Private Access, create fast, secure connections between users and applications, regardless of device, location, or network.

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