Great if you work at corporate, avoid like the plague if your in the field
Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – July 31, 2015
One glance through the reviews on most sites and you'll quickly pick up on the culture of this company - if you work at corporate it sounds great. The problem is the corporate office has the attitude like the field sales is there to support them, rather than the other way around. If you're considering a field role here, I wouldn't touch this company. The mid level and most of the upper management were promoted internally as the company grew and came here because they couldn't hack it at places like Cisco. What you have now are a lot of first time managers that feel like they built the company so it's there way or no way. A lot of the current job openings are the result of departures or the back stab that happened when they were sold to HP - who cares about the partnerships and relationships with Dell, Juniper, Brocade and Alcatel-Lucent. If your buddies with management than it's all good and you'll probably do just fine, otherwise your just another tool to help them get further along. Cheapest company I've ever worked for when it comes to travel and any type of marketing material or resources. They would rather spend the money on free massages for employees at corporate.
Work life balance is significantly tilted towards work.
Basically, whatever they tell you about this company in any interview - go 180 degrees away from that and you'll have how it really is.
Approach the CEO or any of the managers (if you actually could because they all have an entitlement attitude) and see how they are as people. Biggest set of me first people I've ever met anywhere ever.
Work life balance, cheapest company I've ever worked for