Juniper Networks - Building Secure-Networks Across Cloud Boundar

| April 30, 2016

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You want agility, flexibility, and security for your cloud. That means using all the tools at your disposal to run applications and deploy IT at any scale while securing your network, end to end. A secure elastic cloud lets your workloads move dynamically between private and public environments while utilizing the best compute vehicle available to run a particular workload..

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aap³ were established in 1998 as a global IT services and recruitment company. We have operations in 30 countries, and are headquartered in Southampton (UK), with US operations in North Carolina and California. At aap³ we enable businesses by providing solutions for all their IT requirements; from managing networks and IT infrastructure, through to project management and specialist IT recruitment. We work with all sorts of companies, from local SMEs in the areas in which we operate, up to some of the world’s largest global enterprises. Our experience and expertise across the IT spectrum has led to long standing relationships with international organisations such as IBM, Cisco, HSBC and AT&T.

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aap3

aap³ were established in 1998 as a global IT services and recruitment company. We have operations in 30 countries, and are headquartered in Southampton (UK), with US operations in North Carolina and California. At aap³ we enable businesses by providing solutions for all their IT requirements; from managing networks and IT infrastructure, through to project management and specialist IT recruitment. We work with all sorts of companies, from local SMEs in the areas in which we operate, up to some of the world’s largest global enterprises. Our experience and expertise across the IT spectrum has led to long standing relationships with international organisations such as IBM, Cisco, HSBC and AT&T.

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