White Papers by Topic: Networking

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Right-Sizing Your Power Infrastructure

Now more than ever, businesses need a power infrastructure that’s right sized to their precise energy requirements. This white paper discusses the ways in which new technologies are impacting power demand patterns, explores the consequences of having too much power capacity or too little and then provides concrete advice on strategies for right sizing your power systems.

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Applying Remote Support Technology for Maximum Impact

This ServiceXRG white paper explores 5 strategic applications of remote support that yield maximum benefit and how to measure their business impact.

People + Processes + Technology: Creating a Winning Formula for Customer Support

This new SupportIndustry.com white paper explores the critical relationships between people, processes and technology and provides best practices for delivering superior service and support.

Measuring the Business Impact of Support

This ServiceXRG White Paper explores the importance of quantifying the impact of support on your business.

Effectively Integrating Wireline and Wireless Services for Seamless Communication

Fixed-mobile convergence trends, opportunities and challenges.

SIP Trunking is Key to Accelerating Unified Communications Deployments

Why you need to ditch traditional trunk lines to reap all of the benefits UC has to offer.

Does your Service Provider Embrace a Customer-Centric Approach to Convergence?

Discover the six features of a successful convergence strategy.

Continuous Systems, Nonstop Operations With Junos Software

High availability (HA) represents one of the most difficult challenges facing today's high-performance networks. Juniper calls its approach to HA "continuous systems". Learn more.

Advancing the Economics of Networking

Aging network systems and old habits have dictated how businesses spend their IT budgets. Juniper Networks® proposes to change this economic model by delivering a new family of solutions that reduce capital and operational expenses, freeing up IT budget dollars and allowing businesses to invest in innovative technologies

Managing to Secure

Many security professionals responsibilities include managing firewalls, worrying about e-mail security, testing and deploying software patches, securing Web caches and gateways and much more. The last thing network security manager’s need is more devices to manage. Learn about the four key components of IPS manageability to consider for effective network-security management.

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