Rebecca Vasquez, Sales Mgr. Insight Managed SP Busines Steve Shaw, Director of Juniper SP product marketing
How do service providers harness the power and agility of enterprise virtualization to help them run their networks more efficiently? This is something service providers of all sizes are investigating, and the approach is called “Network Functions Virtualization”, or NFV.
NFV is the foundation for network virtualization and provides the ability to:
•Add new capacity
•Launch new services
•Automate network operations
In this webinar, Juniper will address the drivers for virtualization, explore the technology behind the transformation, and then get into the use cases which are gaining traction with fixed, mobile, cable and web service providers.
Andy Ingram, Data Center Vice President, Juniper Networks
Spend 30 minutes with Andy Ingram, Data Center Vice President at Juniper Networks, as he answers some of the most common questions about Juniper’s new MetaFabric Architecture and what it takes to build a new, more efficient data center. This session includes an interactive Q&A session if you have questions you would like to ask.
Oliver Schuermann - Technical Director, Government, Education and Emerging Solutions, Juniper Networks
The rise in demand for more and more bandwidth coupled with resource constraints are common challenges in today’s Higher Education networks. Join Juniper Networks to discuss the Automated Workflow nicknamed “Popup Campus” and learn how to use Junos Automation to minimize redundancies and manual processes, while freeing up design level resources to do more innovative tasks that take your technology to the next level.
Gary Clark - Juniper Networks, David Grider - Microsoft, Tina Herrera - Juniper Networks
Unified Communications and Collaborations (UCC) tools are revolutionizing the Enterprise. These tools enable greater connectivity among employees, customers and partners, while increasing efficiency and productivity and lowering costs. As a leading provider of unified communications Microsoft’s David Grider, Lync Technology Specialist, will share some of the trends he sees in UCC, discuss why enterprises are moving to unified communications technologies and the benefits for deploying these game-changing enterprise tools.
Additionally, as organizations plan for UCC as a means for increasing productivity and collaboration there are numerous networking requirements to consider as well. Gary Clark, IT CTO and VP of Technology Services at Juniper Networks will share details of Juniper’s recent worldwide deployment of Microsoft Lync. He will discuss considerations for deploying cloud-based collaboration tools across a global enterprise—and how a well-designed wired and wireless infrastructure provides the critical foundation that ensures an exceptional user experience.
Meaningful Use incentive programs. New HIPAA regulatory measures. Medical data explosion. Mobile health demands.
Numerous factors are driving healthcare organizations to control who’s allowed to access the healthcare network and what resources –applications, data, patient records - they’re entitled to view or edit.
But consider this: A doctor, who inadvertently picked up malicious code during a telemedicine event, can infect your entire network. A disgruntled employee can exfiltrate patient records. And cyber criminals are always looking for ways to steal and sell your valuable data.
Is your network designed to identify the suspicious traffic and/or anomalous behavior to a specific user or device? Can your organization afford the painful penalties under the final HIPAA/HITECH omnibus rule due to a security breach?
What happens next depends on the policies and controls you have in place to restrict and protect your assets and data from the vulnerabilities that openness and user mobility bring. Not to mention, the controls you need simply to comply with industry and government regulations.
Take some time to join us for this free webinar. You’ll hear from Steve Spearman, HIPAA regulation specialist who will guide you through the in’s and out’s of the newly-announced Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. We’ll also provide an overview of Juniper’s network security portfolio, designed to help ensure secure, consistent access to data while reducing your risk associated with HIPAA and Meaningful Use mandates.
In this webcast, we’ll cover some of the capabilities offered by connecting networks to IT automation tools such as Puppet and Chef as well as capabilities offered by SDN solutions such as Junos vContrail.
The end result will be an understanding of the questions you can ask about your data center to determine if you need to employ one or both of these technologies.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are not new, but terms like diversionary DDoS, slow loris and application layer DDoS offer ample evidence that DDoS has evolved. Attackers are clearly becoming more sophisticated at launching DDoS... Have your methods for mitigation kept up? Likely not.
During this information packed session we'll explain the trends in DDoS attacks and mitigation tactics giving you a path for tipping the security scales back in your favor. Register now to attend!
Lynne Dunbrack, IDC Health Insights & Ryan Witt, Juniper Networks
The proliferation of mobile devices in clinical environments is taking the network and network security into a new and potentially vulnerable era. Many healthcare organization’s existing networks are unable to keep pace with this new demand and IT struggles to protect the infrastructure, end points, applications and data that underpin patient care.
Join Juniper Networks and IDC Health Insights for this live webcast on secure mobility in healthcare. Lynne Dunbrack, a recognized thought leader in Connected Health IT Strategies, will present industry research to help you define an infrastructure framework for mobile transformation in your healthcare organization. Ryan Witt, Managing Director, Healthcare Industry Practice, will introduce Juniper’s solutions to help you build a future-proof mobile network while ensuring the right level of security and risk management for your information assets.
Enterprises are looking at software-defined network (SDN) technologies and greater virtualization capabilities to improve application performance and agility in the data center. These solutions, however, won’t have the desired effect until something is done about the primary barrier to success: the network itself.
Join IDG and Juniper Networks for a live webinar on Sept. 26 for insights into how you can remove this barrier through the integration of VMware NSX with Juniper platforms. Attendees will learn about:
• the latest data center virtualization trends
• how eliminating network complexity accelerates virtualization
• data center network virtualization, including how to seamlessly interconnect physical and virtual networks
Rohit Mehra, IDC and Tina Herrera, Juniper Networks, Inc.
A new trend is making its way through the enterprise: converged user access across wired and wireless networks. Converged access is seen as a way to improve network performance, simplify network management and reduce maintenance costs. It promises to bring order to chaotic BYOD programs, benefiting both enterprises and the workforce.
Join IDC’s Rohit Mehra and Juniper Network’s Tina Herrera by tuning into Converged Access for a More Agile Enterprise. You’ll learn about wired and wireless access convergence, its implications and benefits and, most important, the best ways to get there.
Griff Law, Northeast Georgia Health System & Ryan Witt, Juniper Networks
Healthcare organizations today recognize that IT plays a critical role in enabling better overall patient care. The recent focus on key application investments to meet meaningful use mandates (EMR, PACs, CPOE, etc) is putting added pressure on hospital networks. Legacy networks and quick band-aid fixes are incapable of satisfying new demands from users and data centers.
Join Juniper Networks and special guest, Griff Law, Chief Technology Officer from Northeast Georgia Health System for a discussion on why a successful network refresh can be a quick win for healthcare IT organizations and lay the groundwork for better business, clinical, and IT alignment.
We’ll hear firsthand how their previous infrastructure design and their current strategy for a simplified network translated to a more easily managed architecture and enhanced performance to help better support clinical decisions.
Please join Juniper Networks for a 60 minute webinar to hear from two of our top Healthcare and Wireless LAN experts as to why healthcare organizations are standardizing on Juniper’s wireless solution. Whether your facility needs higher speed and performance to securely move large radiology image files across the network or superior and undisrupted coverage to support voice applications over wireless LAN or even newer WiFi video medical applications, then this webinar is for you!
We’ll walk through best practices to designing or updating your Healthcare Network to scale and support these emerging trends.
Juniper Networks discusses the upside and challenges in enabling mobile workforce and how Juniper's Simply Connected Solution simply and effectively addresses the challenges of a connected, wireless, mobile workforce
Michael Perry, WLAN Advanced Technology Specialist, Juniper
To meet this need, Insight and Juniper Networks provide a comprehensive wireless LAN solution with services, which offers measurable advantages in provisioning, security, performance, reliability, and management to address these new realities. Combined, these advantages make Juniper uniquely capable of addressing the changing needs of healthcare enterprises worldwide.