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Remote Access UI Enhancements
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Did you miss it? Last week, Cisco announced that it is delivering the most complete unified SASE solution with Cisco Secure Connect, now powered by Cisco Secure Access as the newly embedded SSE engine. This convergence presents another step forward in bringing Cisco Networking and Security clouds together to deliver a unified SASE fabric with advanced security capabilities, starting with client-based zero trust network access (ZTNA). With this advancement, Secure Connect is evolving zero trust to better support remote workers and power hybrid work.    This delivers several key outcomes for customers, including:   Rich ZTNA functionality powered by Secure Access to deliver better remote worker experiences and stronger security with high-performing zero trust access. Seamless end-user experiences that eliminate the need for users to take extra steps to connect to private apps—access is instant and “just works.” This includes: Quick UDP Internet Connections (QUIC) support with multiplexed application substrate over QUIC encryption (MASQUE) proxy, which provides mobile device support for users to instantly access apps from anywhere Unified Cisco Secure Client with connection brokering automated on the back end to ensure seamless user experience everywhere One place to manage all connectivity options (VPN, browser and client-based ZTNA, as well as the branches) for streamlined operations and better user experiences.   All of this new functionality is now available via streamlined management through the Meraki dashboard to make it easier for admins to manage zero trust and policy enforcement across networking and security functions. Ultimately, this evolution of the Secure Connect SSE engine with Secure Access delivers a simple, complete, and unified way to flawlessly connect users to both private and public applications anywhere they work. Read this blog to learn more about these and the other new updates we've announced with Secure Connect: https://blogs.cisco.com/networking/securely-connect-everything-everywhere-with-a-unified-sase-platform Stay SASE, my friends!
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Currently, we have two data centers in Mumbai, IN. Those data centers will be undergoing consolidation the first week of July. To ensure minimal impact on your business operations, we have scheduled the consolidation to occur during non-business hours. Nevertheless, we advise all customers to plan for a possible service interruption in Mumbai during the maintenance period.   If you are utilizing AutoVPN or IPsec tunnels at the Mumbai data center, rest assured that your tunnels should be seamlessly migrated to the consolidated data center. We will be using the same automated tunnel migration process when a data center goes out of rotation for maintenance.  There may be a disruption as we transition your active connections, requiring a disconnect and reconnect phase. To minimize any chance of impact, please make sure you have backup tunnels configured to the secondary data center.   Please contact our support team if you have any issues post-migration.     https://documentation.meraki.com/CiscoPlusSecureConnect/Cisco___Secure_Connect_Troubleshooting_Guides/How_to_Contact_Cisco___Secure_Connect_Support
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Legacy API Keys being retired. 
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Secure Connect @ CLUS June 2-6, 2024
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A list of Secure Connect resources
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New DCs in Australia and Canada
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A list of how-to videos to help new customers onboard to Secure Connect.
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A running list of feature updates for Secure Connect.
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Welcome

Welcome to the Cisco Secure Connect Resource Hub! Here you will find helpful information to keep you updated on what is happening in the world of unified SASE with Secure Connect. If you have any technical questions, please feel free to ask them in the Secure Connect technical forum.