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Mobile & Wireless

Juniper makes new additions to Simply Connected portfolio

Thursday 3 May 2012 | 06:44 CET | News
Juniper Networks has made additions to its Simply Connected portfolio available that enhances and secures mobile device access to enterprise networks. With unified policy enforcement that is enhanced and automated, IT managers can set and automatically enforce consistent security and access policies across every fixed, wireless and mobile connection from company-issued, personal and guest devices. Juniper's unified policy enforcement provides IT managers with granular control over user access to enterprise networks based on who they are, where they are, what applications they are using, and from what device. Juniper Networks SRX550 Services Gateway: combines security, routing and switching in a single, consolidated and form for medium to large branch deployments. SRX110 Services Gateway is a consolidated networking and security platform for enterprise and commercial small branch environments. WLA322 and WLA321 Series Wireless LAN Access Points are two full-featured enterprise class access points at entry-level price points for low-to-medium density environments. Junos Pulse Access Control Service/UAC and Junos Pulse Secure Access Service/SSL VPN deliver enhanced endpoint device integrity checks, assessment and security provisioning for Mac OS, iOS and Android devices. The Junos Pulse service coordinates policy enforcement throughout the network, enabling IT to identify, on-board, secure and manage all personal, corporate-issued and guest devices and meet organisation security and access policy requirements. Updates to AppSecure in the Junos software release across the entire SRX Series product family enable enforcement of application security and control based on the user versus device, allowing for consistent enforcement.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Juniper Networks
Countries: World
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