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elizabethv
elizabethv
1/30/2018 8:47:57 AM
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Re: Automation
@ms.akkineni - I almost think of it like carseats. I'm not sure how many of you have installed and uninstalled carseats in the last few years of so. But all carseats follow a very similar, basic prinicple. This allows for the adult to install and remove just about any brand of car seat, without having to pour over the instructions every time. This also means that all come apart (for cleaning) and go back together in relavtively similar ways. So that when a child gets sick, or spills something or whatever, taking them apart to clean also doesn't require hours of reading a user manual. If you're familiar with one, odds are, you can figure out another, same brand or model, or not. Personally, I think most everything we come into contact with today should be that. Allow for some changes based on proprietary decisions, but the basics are still there, and the same, all across the board. 

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visainvietnam
visainvietnam
1/30/2018 2:22:52 AM
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Re: Simplify 5G
I agree with you

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/26/2018 5:27:38 PM
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Re: Simplification
@afwriter: Of course surely we will have to deal with that type of situations one way or the other. Simplifying something may start setting expectations for further simplification, typical human nature, isn't it? However i wouldn't focus or worry too much about that aspect as network simplification would add value.

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afwriter
afwriter
1/26/2018 11:02:00 AM
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Re: Simplification
@ms. akkineni I agree with you, but I do think there is one problem with simplification. No matter how much work you put into making it simple there will still be people who refuse to learn it making the simplification a mute point...if that makes sense. 

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Ariella
Ariella
1/25/2018 5:38:29 PM
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Re: Simplify 5G
@clmoney of course, automation increases efficiency and productivity, which benefits any business tremendously.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/25/2018 8:39:47 AM
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Automation
Very informative Q&A. It makes total sense to have a basic framework in common. That way all companies are expected to follow that so there is not too much deviation in basics. Of course i understand the need for customization and that can happen based on needs.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/25/2018 8:33:49 AM
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Simplification
I can't express enough about the need of simplification of network technology. I personally think any networking tasks are complicated, may not be for networking folks. But what i mean is for any IT person there has to be a simple way to be able to handle basics with no professional help. Not sure if it is just me that feel this way.

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clrmoney
clrmoney
1/25/2018 8:06:57 AM
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Simplify 5G
I think that it can be done to make things better so maybe that you should have some alternatives to come up with a solution to make it easier and smoother. I like the 5G Automation which is more data of course and having to do things more automates or automatic makes it easier for us and for businesses to profit off the idea of it all.

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