This month, Cisco Chairman and CEO is attending his 12th World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. In this video he prepared for WEF, he answers the following questions.
What great transformation will the world see in the next decade?
What new models will drive change in your industry?
How can organizations build competitive innovation for the next generation?
How can your industry work with other stakeholders to improve the state of the world?
John states that the internet and business “innovation will drive GDP growth, job creation and productivity” in the next decade. He says that any device will be connected to any content and that video will be everywhere. Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, he says, will be in the enterprise, in their current form or in a more business-friendly form (note: such as Cisco Quad). He says that mobility will continue to grow in importance and the proliferation of devices will make the network and its security and policies even more important.
Solving the worlds problems, he says, takes bringing diverse people together…both physically, but more and more through collaborative platforms.
Watch the video and let us know what you think technology’s impact will have on our lives in the next decade.
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Answering these six questions can point you in the right direction
Most small companies invest in the very best networking equipment they can afford when they first build their network, choosing a router, a switch, and a server that will support the business they envision growing in the near future. But has that future come and gone for your company? Even the best small business networking gear needs to be upgraded at some point—the trick is knowing when that time is.
Here are six questions to ask yourself about your network. If your answer to any of the questions is “yes,” then it may be time to upgrade.