Juniper Systems’ New Blog Supplies Industry Insight

2 May 2013

Logan, UT, USA – Juniper Systems is excited to reveal its new company blog, Get Rugged™. Zeroed in on industries that collect data in rugged environments, Get Rugged aims to provide an entertaining, yet informative space for those in the data collection sphere to learn more about their field and exchange ideas. The authors of the blog include Juniper Systems employees from across various departments, promising to offer a wide range of interesting topics and perspectives.

“We want to create a casual, inviting setting where we can get to know our customers on a more personal level and provide information that they will find useful. It is important to us for our customers to know that as individuals we are passionate about rugged data collection, and that we aren’t just a faceless business entity,” said Kirk Earl, Marketing Communications Manager. “We are excited to open up this new channel of communication and we hope that our customers will take the opportunity to share their ideas and take away information that will make their jobs easier.”

Among the types of content that the blog will include are: data collection topics, helpful tips and how-to’s, and insider looks at Juniper Systems’ workplace. Get Rugged sports a fitting design reflective of Juniper Systems’ ruggedness and can be found at Readers can also choose to receive blog posts directly into their inbox by subscribing to the blog.

About Juniper Systems:

Based out of Logan, UT, USA and Birmingham, UK, Juniper Systems designs and manufactures ultra-rugged handheld computers and provides field data collection solutions for use in extreme environments. Since 1993, Juniper Systems has provided innovative mobile technology to natural resources, utilities and public services, geomatics, agriculture, industrial, and military markets. For more information on Juniper Systems products, please visit

Juniper Systems
Kirk Earl, Marketing Communications Manager
1132 W. 1700 N., Logan, UT 84321
Phone: 435-753-1881 Fax: 435-753-1896
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