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  • Protecting School Districts from DDoS Attacks
    Protecting School Districts from DDoS Attacks
    Gavin Lee, Director Business Development & Rajoo Nagar, Senior Manager, Security Product Marketing, Juniper Networks Recorded: Oct 1 2014 46 mins
    Many school districts are preparing to make shifts to some type of digital learning model and many are adopting the use of online assessments. The growing frequency and sophistication of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks pose a major threat and school districts that are increasingly being targeted. This can and does cause major disruption in conducting day-to-day digital learning and to the availability of online assessment tools.
    School districts can prepare for potential DDoS attacks. In this webinar, attendees will learn:

    • about the fast-evolving DDoS threats impacting school districts
    • why school districts should consider a hybrid DDoS protection solution approach to effectively combat the growing diversity of DDoS attacks
    • how the solution’s multilayered approach to DDoS mitigation can help protect networks and applications from attacks that exceed the district’s network capacity
  • Protecting Schools with Next Generation Firewall
    Protecting Schools with Next Generation Firewall
    Gavin Lee, Director Business Development & Brad Woodberg, Security Evangelist, Juniper Networks Recorded: Sep 24 2014 49 mins
    Digital learning is poised to transform K-12 Education. Enhancing student on-line engagement will drive significant data traffic growth from digital content, education applications, online assessments, virtual and blended learning. To support these transformations, school districts need more control over the applications and traffic on their networks to simultaneously protect their assets against attacks and manage bandwidth usage. Digital learning is pushing school districts to seek out efficient security solutions that offer better protection and more control over their environment. This is where Next Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) can help.

    In this webinar, attendees will learn how NGFWs can:
    • Control what applications are allowed on school networks, and how to restrict those that are not.
    • Make sure network traffic is prioritizing school district-critical operations.
    • Provide content and web filtering to support CIPA compliance.
    • Provide stronger security without compromising the school district’s operational efficiency.
  • Building a Best in Breed Open Digital Learning Network
    Building a Best in Breed Open Digital Learning Network
    Gavin Lee, Sr Business Development Manager, Juniper Networks & Kezia Gollapudi, K-12 Edu Product Marketing, Aruba Networks Recorded: Sep 17 2014 55 mins
    New digital content, cloud‐based education applications, 1:1 expansion, BYOD, online assessments, online classes, virtual schools. These initiatives are building momentum across the U.S. as many school districts shift to digital learning models. But these shifts come with a variety of challenges. Many IT leaders in K12 education indicate that their legacy network infrastructure cannot easily scale and that their classroom Wi-Fi capabilities are overwhelmed or non-existent.
    To help school districts get their networks ready for digital learning, we encourage you to join Juniper Networks and Aruba Networks to learn how to build a modern Best-In-Breed school district network that:
    • addresses the mission critical needs of digital learning
    • is designed as an open, non-proprietary converged wired and wireless network solution
    • offers operational simplification, visibility and seamless policy enforcement to increase productivity for IT professionals and streamline recurring network operations
    • offers to school districts the broadest set of enterprise-grade indoor and outdoor wireless access products on the market to help create a future-ready mobile learning infrastructure
  • Lower Costs for Branch Operations with Juniper SDN/NFV and Google Public Cloud
    Lower Costs for Branch Operations with Juniper SDN/NFV and Google Public Cloud
    Mark Medovich, Juniper Networks Recorded: Jun 26 2014 30 mins
    Local Government and Education industries continually face resource challenges for managing their highly distributed infrastructure. The emergence of public cloud presents a substantial and therefore highly desirable means to lower costs, but in practice, requires integration with local resources.
    The combination of public cloud resources with private premise resources, that is, Hybrid Cloud, can be realized with Juniper’s highly programmable Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) capabilities. These capabilities, when combined with Google Public Cloud, provides a solution that will enable lower costs and improve agility for campus and branch operations in education and state and local government.
    Join us for this webcast, and invite your colleagues where you will learn how to harness the combined power of Juniper Networks with Google as a means to lower cost and improve operational efficiency.
  • How the Public Cloud Can Help Education Institutions Improve Student Outcomes
    How the Public Cloud Can Help Education Institutions Improve Student Outcomes
    Oliver Schuermann, Technical Director, Juniper Networks Recorded: Jun 17 2014 38 mins
    In Higher Education, the dramatic increase in demand for applications is a reality – in many instances, these applications improve the student learning experience which can contribute towards improving student outcomes. In today’s operationally constrained IT environments we know that the delivery of new cutting edge applications must be efficient, elastic and must be delivered at the speed of demand.
    Public cloud has thus far been the simplest way to solve this issue- delivering outsourced email and predefined cloud-based applications. The reality, however, is that we live in a public/private hybrid cloud environment.

    Join Oliver Schuermann, Technical Director of Junipers Education practice as he discusses:
    • How do you connect education public and private cloud environments?
    • How do you move compute resources to meet demand and move corresponding services efficiently and with minimal interaction from your already overworked staff?
    • How do ensure an error free work flow?
    • How to ensure your education institution is ready for user self-provisioning.
    Please join us for this informative webinar on how Junos Contrail and SDN can impact your institution network.
  • Is Your Network Ready for K12 Common Core Online Assessment?
    Is Your Network Ready for K12 Common Core Online Assessment?
    Gavin Lee, Senior Business Development Manager – K12 Education, Juniper Networks Recorded: Apr 22 2014 38 mins
    Forty-four states, DC and four territories have adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). This means that school districts across the country are planning for 100% online assessments during the 2014-2015 school year. One of the most important conditions needed for being able to administer online assessments is network infrastructure readiness.
    Attend this 30-minute webinar and join Gavin Lee, Senior K-12 Business Development Manager at Juniper Networks, to discuss the critical network must-haves that all school districts should consider when looking to deploy a robust and supportable network. You will also receive practical guidance on how to get the most out of your network infrastructure and how to best prepare for the CCCSS assessments:
    • Consortia network infrastructure
    • Wired and wireless network capabilities
    • Robust network security
    • Network support readiness
    • Juniper Networks network infrastructure readiness resources

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