Webinar Recording: Your BYOD Policy Part 2: Performance and Scalability


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Are you concerned with any of the following?

  • Latency & Interference on your network as a result of increased user activity
  • Seamlessly managing the performance of applications that require real time communications – like Microsoft Lync
  • The ability to cost effectively scale and maintain network performance as user demands for access increase

If you are an IT manager or decision maker and identify with one or more of these issues, then please take a look at the recording of our recent webinar. ‘Your BYOD Policy Part 2: Performance & Scalability’. This is the 2nd in our series of webinars covering the Juniper Network’s Simply Connected story. Part 3 will over Reliability & Management and will be held at 11am on Wednesday 16th January 2013. Please register here.

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