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Rapidly deploy a secure mobile workforce

Hear from Ed Sawkins, Prisma Access Specialist at Palo Alto, on how you can prepare your network and remote access solution for an influx of remote workers. This mini webinar, showcases in just 5 minutes, how you can rapidly deploy Prisma Access (usually within a day), secure staff working from home and quickly scale your remote access capabilities.

 

Palo Alto currently have two offers in market to help support customers through this challenging time:

Palo Alto Prisma Access is a cloud-based firewall. For customers new to Prisma Access, you can access free accelerated deployment and onboarding of remote users for 90 days. For existing Prisma Access customers who need additional capacity, Palo Alto are offering to cover all unanticipated spikes in usage at no additional cost for 90 days.

Palo Alto Next-Generation Firewalls support always-on, secure access with GlobalProtect. For existing next-generation firewall customers, Palo Alto are offering a free 90-day GlobalProtect subscription trial, to enable instant remote access capacity on existing infrastructure. Customers who need additional hardware capacity can contact us so we can help expedite hardware shipments.

If you’d like to activate an offer or learn more about Palo Alto networking solutions get in touch with your account manager or contact us today.

Tags: Security, The Anywhere Workplace, Palo Alto Networks, Remote Workers, Palo Alto Prisma Access, COVID-19

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