This week’s Network Break looks at Juniper’s efforts to clean up its security mess, an acquisition in the NFV space, and why employees have no expectation of privacy in the workplace.
We also get into a deal between Apple and the EU to ease switching from iPhone to Android, examine increased competition in hosted email, weigh in on a spat between the EFF and T-Mobile CEO John Legere, and discuss a spectrum deal that could net billions for Michael Dell.
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Juniper Cleans Up A Security Mess
Advancing the Security of Juniper Products – Juniper Networks
An NFV Acquisition
Privacy? Not At Work
Can EU Telecoms Peel Away At Apple’s Dominance?
Apple’s Android switching plan – The Telegraph
Using Amazon Against Itself
Intermedia Unveils Dedicated-Host Microsoft Exchange On AWS – InformationWeek