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Top 5 Ways to Optimize Your Network for BYOD
 

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    • 1 Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net Top 5 Ways to Optimize Your Network for BYOD
    • 2 Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net Build a flatter, simpler network1 Simplify with automated provisioning Unify the wired and wireless network Flatter is simpler:  Legacy architectures dictate multi-tier networks that are overly complex with unnecessarily high latency.  Legacy multi-tiered networks are an estimated 30% to 40% more expensive than two-tier networks.  Legacy networks do not offer the needed flexibility to make business-level network changes quickly.  A flat network provides a simpler, more scalable design.
    • 3 Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net 2 Deploy an agile solution Network agility is mandatory:  CIOs must build an IT environment that supports greater business agility, to scale and allocate application resources based on changing business contexts.  What is business-critical today might not be tomorrow; staying competitive requires agility and adaptability to changing environments.  Virtualization technology enables IT departments to build more agile compute, storage and application environments.  For the IT environment to achieve the needed levels of agility, the network must also become more agile.
    • 4 Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net 3 Plan for any point security Mitigate security risks to enable BYOD:  Enabling third-party devices and applications to access a proprietary network may result in perceived security risks, which may prevent IT departments from implementing a BYOD strategy.  With any-point security and self- provisioning, such as Juniper Networks’ Simply Connected solution, IT can simplify and secure any point on the network with point-and-click provisioning.
    • 5 Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net 4 Simplify with automated provisioning Keep the network fluid with automated network operations:  BYOD, cloud-based applications and mobility are dynamic in nature, requiring an equally dynamic network.  Manual provisioning of the network and on-going configurations are too slow and error-prone to keep up with IT’s dynamic nature.  ZK Research studies have found that 38% of downtime is due to human error, the single largest cause of downtime.  Network managers need robust tools such as scripts and self-provisioning applications to automate network operations.
    • 6 Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net 5 Unify the wired and wireless network For BYOD success, wireless networks must look and act more like the wired network:  Legacy networks include a high- performance wired core with a wireless network, typically deployed as an overlay.  Independently managed wired and wireless networks create an inconsistent user experience.  Unified policy, performance and resiliency features are critical to a successful BYOD implementation.
    • 7 Copyright © 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net Click to register and watch the full webinar, with commentary from ZK Research’s Zeus Kerravala and Juniper’s Tamir Hardof: http://juni.pr/5WbyoDss FLATTER NETWORKS FOR BETTER PERFORMANCE