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SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Juniper
Networks (NYSE:JNPR), the industry leader in network innovation,
today announced details regarding its upcoming participation at VMworld
2015 Europe, VMware’s annual regional user conference and
exhibition, October 12-15 at the Fira Gran Via, Barcelona. Juniper
Networks is a Gold
Sponsor and will be located at exhibition booth G318.
Juniper NetworksPenny Still, +44 1372 385 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ticker: JNPR Exchange: NYSE
There has been a lot of time and [electronic] ink expended of late in the build-up to, and eventual launch of, the Pure IPO yesterday. Most of the commentary has concentrated on the valuation and stock trading zone. As I write this, the stock price has floated down softly to around $15.50, off from the offering starting point of $17 per share. The financial press headlines contain plenty of words like disappointing and failed to impress. Moreover, they talk of the impact of this unicorn IPO on the appetite and enthusiasm for tech IPOs. In other words, its a very parochial Wall Street view. And frankly, thats where the focus is misplaced, at least from the storage and IT market perspective.
Now, I am not here to suggest that the share price is irrelevant or that many people wouldnt have been happier to see a more robust start for PSTG shares. But theres a more significant set of considerations from a technology, industry and end-user perspective.
Gigamon Director of Service Provider Solutions Andy Huckridge recently spoke at the Telecom Council Innovation Meeting in Mountain View, CA. See how Gigamon solves the problem of the combination of decreasing ARPU/bit, exponentially increasing big data, and the limited ability of analytics tools to scale. For more information, read about the Triple Challenge of Network […]
The post Service Provider Problems with Analytics Tools appeared first on Gigamon Blog.
I recently read the book Machines of Loving Grace: The Quest for Common Ground Between Humans and Robots by John Markoff, a technology and science reporter at the New York Times. This is a good book that goes over the history of the development of automation in the 1950s and 1960s, and takes you to the current day where new robotic developments from Apple (Siri) and Google (driverless cars) put us in the another age of rapid change.
When the term “critical infrastructure” is mentioned in conversation, thoughts immediately turn to things like electrical power plants, oil and gas pipelines, food, water, etc. You know, the foundational services of modern life that we all take for granted. These are the same industries that former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta was referring to when he warned of the possibility of a “cyber-Pearl Harbor” back in 2012. Panetta stated:
Yesterday IBM announced its intent to acquire Cleversafe, a Chicago-based object storage vendor. This is a great move for IBM and certainly fills some gaps in the portfolio for the cloud business. Thats because object storage is likely the next big storage technology wave that will house the massive amounts of unstructured data we are generating today, and the even more massive amounts we will be generating in the future.
Francis Ouimet had Eddy Lowery, Tiger Woods had Steve Williams, Jordan Spieth has Michael Greller, and now AWS users have…Rackspace?
Behind every golf phenom is a silent partner. That even keel caddy that brings the right blend of wit, wisdom and instinctual insight and advice to help propel his or her wunderkind to the top of the leader board. Like these unsung heroes of the fairway, Rackspace too is now bringing caddy-like concierge services to bear to help businesses leverage AWS for grand slam success in the cloud.
SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), the industry leader in network
innovation, today confirmed it will release preliminary financial
results for the quarter ended Sept. 30, 2015, on Oct. 22, 2015 after the
close of the market. The Company’s senior management will host a
conference call that day at 2:00 pm PDT.
Juniper NetworksMedia Relations:Cindy Ta, email@example.comInvestor Relations:Ryan Miyasato, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ticker: JNPR Exchange: NYSE
Dr. J Metz, Chair, SNIA Board of Directors and Cameron T. Brett, STA Forum Board of Directors, discuss the formation of the SNIA SCSI Trade Association (STA) Forum and share their thoughts as to what this positive development means for the storage industry (vendors and end users alike) into the future, as well as highlighting the challenges and opportunities facing the sector in the rapidly evolving technology space.
John Wilson, Senior Fellow, Threat Research at Fortra, discusses the company’s recent 2023 report on Business Email Compromise (BEC) Trends, warning of the dangers of email impersonation, payment interception, phishing and hybrid vishing, before going on to explain how businesses can optimise their email security through considered use of technology, training and processes.
Erast Wortel, Syniti’s new vice president, go-to-market for EMEA North, shares some great insights and advice on data management challenges and opportunities – topics discussed include data quality, data lakes and swamps, data governance, data migration and master data management – with some great customer examples along the way.
Lori MacVittie, F5 Distinguished Engineer, discusses the findings of the company’s inaugural Digital Maturity Index, which looks at the ways in which organisations have, or have not as yet, embraced the technologies and processes required to implement a successful digital transformation strategy. The Index identifies doers, dabblers and dawdlers, at varying stages of their digital journeys, identifying what distinguishes each group, but also some common challenges which still remain.