Open Systems SASE

Our future-proof SASE platform as a service, with 24×7 support, allows you to enable network simplicity, intelligent security, and performance.

 

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Gartner Report: Hype Cycle for
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As a secure access service edge (SASE) pioneer, Open Systems’ SD-WAN and Managed Detection and Response services are built for an ever-changing, hybrid cloud network.

 

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Daniel Neuhaus

Daniel Neuhaus

Daniel joined Open Systems following the acquisition of Sqooba, the successful analytics startup he co-founded. His responsibilities as Head of Product include overseeing the further development of Open Systems’ SASE service and expanding its analytics capabilities. Daniel is ideal for this position, with more than 20 years of experience developing analytics products for European telecoms Swisscom and Orange, Computer Sciences Corp., and Sqooba. Prior to Sqooba’s 2016 launch, he led Swisscom’s Analytics and Data Products as its EVP, growing a team of 15 to more than 200 analysts, data scientists, engineers, and Dev/Ops developers.

Coolest personal accomplishment:  Long-distance relationship with his wife Paloma for five years and still into headbanging and kitesurfing.

Superpower: The power to empower others!

Professional accomplishment: Founding Sqooba and making it a success by solving the toughest customer challenges – all while making it look easy! And create a work environment in which engineers can thrive. Being acquired by Open Systems was also pretty gratifying.