Pulse Secure – Frequently Asked Questions
On October 2, 2014 Juniper Networks divested Junos Pulse, a secure gateway and VPN offering, into a new entity, Pulse Secure. Pulse Secure begins as a new standalone vendor today as Siris Capital Group closes the purchase of the technology and team from Juniper.
In case you are wondering what the acquisition means for security and risk (S&R) professionals embracing and securing mobility in the enterprise, please start reading the Q&A below.
The productportfolio of Pulse Secure?
Product migration overview:
|Juniper Networks||Pulse Secure|
|Juniper IC/MAG||Pulse Policy Secure|
|Juniper SA/MAG||Pulse Connect Secure|
|Juniper SBR EE||Pulse Steel Belted Radius|
|Junos Pulse Client||Pulse VPN Client|
Pulse Secure provides a secure network gateway and VPN offering that extends to endpoint (mobile, PC, or MAC) data management and security controls. The Pulse offering provides end-to-end security regardless of the device type and location for all enterprise data.
What changes for you as a customer?
Everything stays the same. Pulse Secure, Juniper and SecureLink remain committed to ensuring customers and partners experience a seamless transition and see no interruptions in sales or support.
Pulse Secure will continue to invest in the development of SSL VPN and NAC to grow these market leading products!
What is the vision of Pulse Secure?
Areas of focus and roadmap Innovation:
- BYOD and Mobility – Protect your data at rest and in motion.
- Next generation management platforms for SSLVPN and UAC.
- Cloud-based form factors for on premise hybrid solutions.
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