The IT industry is rooted in a fundamental goal: Deliver the technology and connectivity necessary to further not only business, but everything it contributes to the end-user’s experience. From the CIO to the network engineers to the service desk,
In this edition of Juniper Channel Minutes, Andrea Jaramillo sits down with Matt Wolpin, Sr. Marketing Manager, to discuss #ThankfulForIT, a program dedicated to recognizing the IT community and acknowledging their hard work...
Mark your calendars and join us at the upcoming Networking Field Day event on Friday, January 20th from 10:30 am until 12:30 pm/Pacific Time. Watch it live and join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #NFD14.
The IT industry is rooted in a fundamental goal: Deliver the technology and connectivity necessary to further not only business, but everything it contributes to the end-user’s experience. From the CIO to the network engineers to the service desk, they’re all building more than a network. They’re building a platform for others to succeed and enjoy a better user experience.
2016 is the year that Juniper got its security mojo back in a big way. We’re firing on all cylinders, from software to platforms to sales and across the market segments we address. Let it be known that we are no longer in catch up mode. With the goal of leading in security innovation, Juniper is executing on its vision for a Software Defined Secure Network (SDSN) – a secure network addressing real-time threat dete
It’s no secret that there is a major transformation underway as the industry moves to the cloud with automation at the forefront, as this is the only way the networking industry can scale for the long term. However, cloud and cloud services will only be successful if the network that connects to consumers is capable of delivering the experience end users require. For example, if it wasn’t for the wide area network no
SD-WAN has been a hot topic during 2016. The promise of cost savings and simplicity have generated a lot of interest among enterprises and numerous verticals.The risk of revenue cannibalization of existing services (aka IP-VPN) forces Communication service providers (CSPs) to redefine their strategy. They are in a unique position to offer SD-WAN with Carrier Grade attributes.
Congratulations to Kim Warda for being recognized as a Marketing Challenger! Kim is a team member of Juniper partner VirtualArmour. Her Q&A below shares great tips for marketers to help you empower and grow in your career...
No district in the land has succeeded with a full-on transformation to digital curriculum without first grappling with its "underbelly"—the network infrastructure that sustains 1-to-1 and bring-your-own device usage in the classroom. Like an athlete adding core workouts to the biking/running/swimming regimen, schools require a solid buildout of their computing networks to ensure reliable network and Internet access.
We’ve all been there when the holidays come around…large amounts of food, tons of family and…endless tech questions on how to troubleshoot. To save you time and energy, we’ve created a handy guide on how to survive the holidays and some of the scenarios you may face this season.
A special shout out to our online community of network engineers on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn who helped inspire the below list.
This morning while driving to work I started thinking about how Apple’s iPhone had captured the mobile market and displaced former leaders like Nokia and Blackberry. A similar analogy is how Netflix displaced top video rental stores like Blockbuster. Both these companies have one thing in common: their ability to innovate. How did they manage to innovate?
Innovation comes from within. When employees start thinking
Between the U.S. presidential election, the summer Olympics in Rio and the death of John Glenn, this year has been an eventful one. And as 2016 comes to a close, I’d like to take some time to look toward next year and discuss what’s in store for 2017. As I write this, the uber trends for the industry are autonomous vehicles, big data, self-identification and selection, and telemedicine, all of which tie to network au
We’re excited to recognize Amy Prado as a Marketing Challenger! Amy has worked in marketing for the past 17 years and a part of the team at Juniper Partner Structured Communications Systems, Inc. Her enthusiasm for helping to further Structured’s digital marketing initiatives is inspiring, and her Q&A below provides great tips for other marketers.