How awesome would it be to provide technology support for a NASCAR team? Imagine providing the real-time information that helps the driver and pit crew to adapt to changing situations and put in a winning performance. In the world of motor sport, making speedy decisions is vital.
When the right information can make the difference between a podium finish and crashing out, technology is chosen for its ability to perform under pressure. For the team at Joe Gibbs Racing, it is not only the performance of the car and driver that have to be super-fast. They depend on highly adaptable networks that they can absolutely depend on. See how they do it.
We might not all be burning rubber on the track, but the reality is that for most businesses, speed of decision making and ability to adapt to business environments are among the biggest success factors. While the place for intelligent networks is evident in the world of NASCAR, it is no less vital in banking, retail, government or any other sector. They might be less likely to appear on Sports Sunday, but technology professionals are under no less pressure than their counterparts in motor racing. Their businesses depend on them every bit as much.
We work with a lot of businesses where the right network is vital to success. Our customers want to be ready to act on changing circumstances, or adopt new innovations, without having to consider whether their network can cope. After all, when you need a fast turnaround to capitalise on a new idea, the last thing you want is to find the network is not ready to cope with your plans.
Today’s new breed of intelligent networks make an enormous difference in day-to-day business. We could talk a lot about reliability and performance, smarter security and adaptability. After all, we’re an award-winning Australian Juniper partner, so it goes with the territory. The truth is, though, that the biggest deal is how today’s intelligent networks can give you all that – without a lot of intervention. Most of our customers don’t want to spend a lot of time thinking about their network when they have businesses to grow. They want it to just work – and that is where we come in.