by Vanessa Cardwell, Marketing Manager, Network Utilities (Systems) Ltd.

Ok, so it’s already well documented that more and more employees want the ability to work using their preferred mobile device from wherever they want, whenever they want. Not only that but these employees are pretty demanding too – they also want fast, easy and secure access! And they want to access to all their favourite applications and business information – just like that! All of this amounts to a great big headache for the IT manager. So how do CIO’s enable secure access while at the same time keep valuable assets protected?

You may be interested in reading the following whitepaper B Y O D Without the R.I.S.K

If you are planning on visiting IPEXPO next week on Wednesday 17th & Thursday 18th October, Earl’s Court 2, London you may be interested in registering for Gilles Trachsel (Enterprise Solutions Marketing lead, EMEA) Juniper Networks (UK) Ltd who will be expanding on just this topic. For more visit the IPEXPO website here.

You’ll also find Network Utilities on stand F63 pop along and see our friendly team to discuss BYOD, security, performance and optimisation of your LAN, WAN, Cloud, Wireless and Mobile environments. You can even enter our prize draw to win a Juniper SRX! Register here. We look forward to seeing you!

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Network Utilities (Systems) Limited - providers of high performance networking, end-to-end security, and IT service management solutions since 1993. We are that 'safe pair of hands' genuinely committed to helping our Enterprise and Service Provider customers benefit from comprehensive solutions and services. This is achieved through a process of listening, defining requirements, reviewing the market, enabling pilot and project delivery, and providing on-going 24/7 support services. Our goal? To provide you with tomorrow's network ... today.

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