Unified Mobility Services in the New Campus Network
sponsored by Juniper Networks, Inc.

The new campus network is centered on mobility: simplifying access while minimizing wiring. With mobility, productivity increases and operating costs decrease, employee satisfaction also increases as they can work anywhere, anytime, and with any device.

But being fully mobile is not without its challenges. Providing flexibility to a plethora of different mobile devices to allow total mobility can be difficult. IT needs a network that is scalable, reliable, and completely secure with a centralized means of control. How can you make both happy?

Read about a Unified Mobility Services Architecture that will help you realize the full potential of a “less-wired” network. Uncover the opportunities and challenges of this new network, the architecture of unified mobility services, and examples demonstrating the need for unifying mobility services in a complete fashion.

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