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Lots of people today are taking advantage of services such as Uber and Lyft. Instead of owning or renting a car, users can request one quickly in almost any location, and be driven directly to their destination. Today, it’s all about getting CapEX costs down and only paying for what you need. Cloud providers, like AWS, offer a similar experience, providing infrastructure to their customers with metered billing options. Juniper Networks works hand-in-hand with AWS to apply the anytime, anywhere, and any scale mindset to network security so that AWS customers can secure their every workload in minutes - with the purchasing option of their choice.


Today, we’re enabling you to scale your business at your own pace with hourly and annual, utility-based, pricing. You can choose our products, such as the vMX and vSRX, in the way that best suits your business, and you can spin up an instance in minutes - anytime.


This article was originally posted in Becker’s Health IT & CIO Review January 4, 2017


There's never been a more interesting time to work in healthcare. Legislative efforts such as the Affordable Care Act and Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act have been important steps in the transition to value-based care.


Newly empowered healthcare consumers have forced providers and payers to re-think their patient engagement strategies. Advancements in technology and investments in health information technology have helped provider organizations move closer to achieving the IHI Triple Aim of a better patient experience, improved population health and reduced cost of care.


Juniper Unite Powers Tomorrow’s Branch

by Juniper Employee ‎01-25-2017 06:32 PM - edited ‎02-01-2017 12:07 AM

Recently, IDC published a report called “Cloud Management Powers the Branch Network of the Future”, expressing how the enterprise is becoming more mission critical due to digital transformation. Digital transformation is where organizations leverage digital technologies to achieve disruptive changes. To transform, organizations rely on the network as the backbone for operations and innovation.            


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. 


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As we wrap up 2016 – a year for the ages – I wanted to take some time to reflect on the trends that have defined the past 12 months and look ahead to what’s waiting in the wings for the next year.


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 about strategic business problems and work to find ways in solving those problems, that’s when magic happens. If there’s something we can learn from history, it’s that we need to innovate to stay relevant. Digital Cohesion ushers in an era of innovation and possibilities. But to truly embrace it organizations need to ensure that their IT workforce is working on new things and not spending their time in just keeping lights on. How do you free your resources and encourage your IT workforce to innovate?


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Two weeks ago, I attended the Arkansas Digital Government Summit, which brings together public and private sector leaders to help spread best practices and spur innovation in the public sector. I led a session called “The Cloud Tsunami: From Disruption to Cohesion”, centered around the idea that we are in the midst of a paradigm-shift, away from constant digital disruption, and into digital cohesion.

Digital Cohesion is a future in which applications connect and self-assemble to deliver compelling mega-services that enhance our lives. Services will be integrated, predictive, autonomous, and adaptive – based on your personal preferences and behaviors.


Cybersecurity is not all rocket science, remember the basics…

by Juniper Employee ‎11-30-2016 08:18 AM - edited ‎12-01-2016 09:04 AM

Cybersecurity makes headlines: records stolen, systems taken offline, data held to ransom, identities cloned; these are just some of the breaches that business is working hard to stay ahead of – we all read the headlines, no-one wants to BE the headlines.


How do you avoid becoming one of the headlines? As fast as you move, the bad guys can move faster. You need to monitor and protect every surface, they only need to focus on finding a single weak-spot. What can you do? Start with, and maintain your basics, 100% of the time.


Juniper Networks Shows Some Muscle at AWS re:Invent 2016

by Juniper Employee ‎11-29-2016 07:58 AM - edited ‎11-29-2016 08:27 AM

Recently, Juniper Networks announced the availability of our industry-leading software platforms, the vMX and vSRX, on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketpl.... As a way to drastically simplify the move to the cloud, the collaboration between AWS and Juniper fuses the use of virtual private cloud services with the full strength of Juniper’s solution portfolio.


What’s the next digital frontier? It’s Digital Cohesion, a future in which applications we use often self-assemble to deliver compelling mega services that enhance our lives. Today, if I need a ride to the airport I might order a ride on Uber. Or if I want dinner delivered to my home I might order a meal through doordash. In doing so, I am using applications manually. In the future, these services will act autonomously, and deploy based on my situation, need, and location, as well as my history and feedback from other services or devices I’ve used. I will no longer need to call such services, as they will automatically appear and serve when needed.


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