Service Provider Articles

Here our technical experts and partners will share news and views on everything from wi-fi off-load and lawful intercept to regulatory compliance and AAA authentication. We’ve grouped the blog posts which we think will be of specific interest to service providers here. We hope you find them useful, please share, rate and comment on any that catch your eye.

Webinar Recording: Your BYOD Part 2: Performance & Scalability
Part 2 of our webinar series covering the Juniper Networks Simply Connected Story.

Webinar Recording: Your BYOD Policy Part 1: Provisioning & Security
Part 1 of our webinar series covering the Juniper Networks Simply Connected story.

Video Blog: M2M Made Simple
In this video blog our technical team discuss M2M or Machine to Machine, essentially a Virtual Private Network (VPN) provided by your mobile carrier on the mobile network.

Video Blog: Proactive Solutions to Common Bandwidth Issues
Are unexpected bandwidth spikes causing issues on your network? In this Video Blog we discuss a common network issue you may have experienced during the Olympic Games.

A deeper dive into the benefits of Exinda’s UPM to the Service Provider
In this video blog we are joined by an expert from our service provider team who illustrates how Exinda can enable an even more agile network for the service provider.

Your BYOD Strategy – Where is the trust? – Juniper has the NAC
Our Technical Director Toby Makepeace shares his views on what makes a good network access control policy. More and more enterprises faced with pressure from guests to supply secure network access are deploying network access control (NAC) solutions.

Do your virtualised data centre or cloud deployments take the gold (medal) on security & compliance?
Our Senior Technical Consultant, Malcolm Orekoya discusses the trends in virtualisation and introduces Juniper Virtual Gateway (vGW) which allows data centres and cloud providers to take back control of their virtual infrastructure, security & compliance

Prioritising your bandwidth & applications: Getting the business critical balance right
Another informative blog post from our Technical Director Toby Makepeace. With more & more users trying to access rich content on your network how do you make sure that your business critical applications take priority when you need them to?

Webinar: BYOD & Mobile Threats is Your Network Simply Connected?
In this 30 min webinar we outline Juniper’s Simply Connected Portfolio of integrated wired, wireless & security products
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Your BYOD strategy – perfecting guest access – if your name’s not down you’re not getting in!
Our Technical Director, Toby Makepeace offers his suggestions on perfecting guest access.

Top Ten Tips to help you plan your BYOD Strategy
A quick blog post, we hope you find it useful.

Video Blog – BYOD & Mobile Threats – Is Your Network Simply Connected?
Here we discuss Juniper’s Simply Connected portfolio of products. Juniper’s Simply Connected solution makes it easy for users to bring–their-own-devices and swop between devices as well as securely access business applications.

Developing a BYOD Strategy – where do you start?
Our Technical Director, Toby Makepeace offers his suggestions on where to start with your BYOD strategy.

Video Blog – Modern Threats, Modern Solutions – New Generation 2 Factor Authentication
Our Network & Security Specialist, Malcolm Orekoya discussing SMS Passcode. SMS Passcode offers a low cost solution to traditional tokens with maximum scalability, reliability, fast set up and installation.

Considerations for Service Providers – Delivering a Seamless Wi-Fi Off-Load Experience to Subscribers – Part 1: Mobile Operators V Fixed Line Operators – who will win the Wi-Fi Off-load Race?

Considerations for Service Providers – Delivering a Seamless Wi-Fi Off-Load Experience to Subscribers- Part 2:  Options for Authentication

Video Blog – Using Unified Performance Management (UPM) to get the most from your network bandwidth
– Our Network & Security Specialist, Malcolm Orekoya discusses how WAN optimisation, application delivery optimisation, and unified performance management can improve application performance.

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