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Business Talk Podcast Special Coverage

We are excited to announce that BusinessWest has launched a new podcast series, BusinessTalk. Each episode will feature in-depth interviews and discussions with local industry leaders, providing thoughtful perspectives on the Western Massachuetts economy and the many business ventures that keep it running during these challenging times.

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Episode 133: October 17, 2022

George Interviews Ivan Shefrin, executive director for Comcast Business Managed Security Services

Cybersecurity: It’s not a matter for large companies, public utilities, and government agencies to consider. It’s a critical matter that should be a priority for businesses of all sizes. That’s the message delivered by Ivan Shefrin, executive director for Comcast Business Managed Security Services on the latest installment of BusinessTalk. In a wide-ranging discussion, Shefrin and BusinessWest Editor George O’Brien talk about who the bad guys are, how they get into you system, how you can keep them out, and what you should do if they do get in  It’s must listening, so join us for BusinessTalk, a podcast presented this week by BusinessWest  and Comcast Business, and sponsored by PeoplesBank.

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The Role of SD-WAN in Securing the Expanding Network Perimeter

Software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) is one of the most rapidly adopted technologies of the past decade. According to a study published by Dell’Oro Group, the worldwide sales of SD-WAN technologies are forecasted to grow at double-digit rates over each of the next five years to surpass $3.2 billion in 2024. This growth is certainly a testament to some of the more well-known benefits of SD-WAN technology, such as centralized network policy management, network flexibility and application-aware routing. More recently, SD-WAN has emerged as a key component for building more flexible, integrated security frameworks.
With SD-WAN, branch offices become part of an enterprise’s larger network topology, with their own Internet egress. Corporate devices can access the Internet via multiple endpoints, adding a layer of complexity to network security. However, if properly configured and equipped, SD-WAN can

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PHILADELPHIA — Comcast Business announced it has launched its new wireless mobile service for small businesses, Comcast Business Mobile, nationally across its footprint. Comcast Business Mobile offers flexible data options, nationwide 5G coverage, and savings, and is available exclusively to Comcast Business Internet customers in all of its service areas via www.comcastbusiness.com/mobile.

“Staying connected — whether in the office or on the go — is critical for small businesses. Comcast Business Mobile provides small-business owners and their employees access to the most reliable network with nationwide 5G included at no extra cost as well as access to more than 20 million secure Xfinity WiFi hotspots,” said Bill Stemper, president of Comcast Business. “We have created a unique mobile experience that brings more value to our internet customers, saving them money while providing tremendous performance, reliability, and flexibility.”

The service offers Comcast Business Internet customers up to 10 lines with no line-access fees. Comcast Business Mobile gives customers the freedom to build the best plan for their needs, even mixing and matching Comcast Business Mobile’s two data options — unlimited data and by the gig — across multiple lines.

Comcast Business Mobile is compatible with top phones and tablets, allowing customers to choose from today’s most popular devices. Customers may also bring their own devices with no term contract required for mobile service.

To sign up for Comcast Business Mobile or to learn more, visit www.comcastbusiness.com/mobile.

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