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What is the future of ERP for product-centric enterprises?
The ERP for product-centric enterprises market continues to transition from on-premises to cloud deployment. Application leaders responsible for ERP applications should use this Magic Quadrant to evaluate solutions for moving ERP business capabilities to the cloud.
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Are Amam vendors ready for Carta-aligned access management?
AM vendors are maturing their approaches to session management, contextual and adaptive access, and API protection, which will begin to enable CARTA-aligned access management approaches.
What is the future of the secure web gateway market?
The market for secure web gateway solutions is still dominated by traditional on-premises appliances. However, cloud-based services continue to grow at a faster rate than appliances, leaving many vendors struggling to adapt. ©2021 Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates.
What is SWG (secure web gateway)?
The rapid adoption of SaaS applications such as Microsoft Office 365, Salesforce and others is driving enterprises to adopt cloud-based secure web gateway (SWG) services.
How cloud-based secure web gateway services are disrupting the market?
Rapid growth of cloud-based secure web gateway services has become a disruptive force in the market. SWG vendors are adding cloud access security broker, remote browser isolation, firewall and other advanced features to enhance the security of their platforms.