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Occasional clouds on the horizon?

by Juniper Employee ‎06-16-2010 09:28 AM - edited ‎06-16-2010 09:32 AM

Something stuck with me in a recent discussion with a customer about our data center and cloud solutions. Whilst focusing on future expectations, someone jokingly said that he could see the occasional cloud on the horizon but it didn't seem as completely overcast as everyone was forecasting. This got a laugh but also caught my attention because this was not the first time I had heard uncertainty about what the cloud will eventually become and on what timetable. I don't have a crystal ball, but there are some challenges that we can identify now. The trick, however, is to make sure our solutions to these challenges are flexible enough to help organizations prepare for and/or migrate to the cloud. One of the areas that I’d like to focus on is the problem of securing the cloud. How do we secure an elastic, shared resource where all interaction modes are allowed: client device to client device, client device to computing utility, computing utility to computing utility? Read more...

Imagine walking into someone’s office and seeing desks full of computers, each one powered on and running. When you ask why he has so many PCs, the office’s occupant says, “Oh, that one is for email, that one is for CRM, that one is for my project management software…” and so on. When you walk into the next office you see the same thing, and the next, and the next: dozens of machines, each serving a single function for a user in close physical proximity. Read more...

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Innovate in the New Network

by Juniper Employee ‎03-16-2010 11:23 AM - edited ‎03-16-2010 11:23 AM

Cheap bandwidth, 100Mbps please! I have a media centre, a desktop, two laptops and various other toys all connected via wireless or fixed Ethernet to my broadband 20Mbps DSL, with 3G backup provided by a smart phone acting as a hotspot, and I am even thinking about getting a femtocell. All my devices are constantly on, consuming music, video and movies, increasingly in HD, and I consume most of my content using streaming sources now. Read more...

Greetings from Day Two of the 2010 RSA Conference! Yesterday, I outlined our activities at the show and today, have some exciting news to share. Earlier today, we announced that Juniper has been recognized with SC Magazine’s 2010 Reader Trust Award as the company with the Best Endpoint Security Solution. Read more...

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If It’s Late Winter, It Must Be RSA

by Juniper Employee on ‎03-01-2010 11:30 AM

Every March, thousands of security professionals flock to the Moscone Center in San Francisco for the annual RSA Conference gathering. It’s a great place to network, get educated and show off your company’s latest and greatest wares. Read more...

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