Ricoh Group Enables a Digital Workplace for 90,000+ Employees Across 500 Locations

Tomotake Warkuri, security and network architect from Ricoh talking about how Juniper helped them transform their network. Closed caption text from video reads: "We did not choose the competitors because"

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Ricoh Group began with a simple philosophy and a single product. After massive growth brought 90,000 employees across 500 locations in Japan, Ricoh’s leaders faced crucial crossroads. They partnered with Juniper to simplify network infrastructure so employees and customers could work closer together in offices across the world.

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You’ll learn

  • How Ricoh built a massively scalable network to support its digital workforce

  • How Ricoh moved from outdated networks to a range of easy-to-use and -configure hardware and software solutions

  • How the open Junos OS provided network interoperability

Who is this for?

Business Leaders Network Professionals


0:13 Ricoh group began in 1936 with a simple philosophy and a single product, photo sensitive paper

0:20 with success came evolution to office copiers and printers.

0:24 PCs and software, to commercial and industrial printing.

0:28 The company grew to over 90,000 employees in 500 locations across Japan alone.

0:36 Ricoh’s leaders faced a crucial crossroads, simplified network infrastructure at home,

0:42 so employees and customers could work closer together in offices, continents apart.

1:16 Ricoh needed to transform from a infrastructure of inefficient LANS, an aging WAN and multiple

1:23 service providers to arrange of hardware and software that was easy to configure

1:46 and automate.

1:48 Aided by Juniper Networks, Ricoh employees now work

2:01 more efficiently and securely with their customers.

2:05 Simplicity helps keep Ricoh’s culture of innovation moving forward.

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