Webinar: BYOD and Mobile Threats – Is Your Network Simply Connected?


The explosion of mobile devices such as smart phones, tablets and laptops, both corporate and privately owned, demand for wireless connectivity and the explosion of rich media applications (IT and 3rd party) pose new challenges for the IT Manager. In this webinar we discuss Juniper’s Simply Connected portfolio of resilient wired, wireless and security products that enables IT to allow end-users to simply and securely collaborate and access critical information for real time decision-making regardless of device or location.

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We operate as a specialist integrator of network, security and data solutions across the industry. Gathering together those with the skills and expertise to assess, champion and partner with the best innovation and technology available. Combining top tier solution providers and our own expert team we offer you decades of knowledge and experience in maximising your security investment. With our 25-year heritage comes over 450 years collective experience available to you in a million-pound team of industry leading specialists. By design we are structured to be guided by our technical arm, ensuring our core business is driven by solid technical policy. Working with over 400 enterprise and service provider clients, including household names across financial, education, public sector, manufacturing and healthcare brings a multitude of variance in challenge and opportunity. Our technology subject matter experts work with all our clients to meet their individual needs, both in the immediate and into the future for the threats yet to come.

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  1. Pingback: What happens when a user with an untrusted device tries to access my network? | Netutils Blog

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