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#CiscoChampion Radio S1|Ep 27 Developing an IoE Platform

September 17, 2014 at 1:43 pm PST

cisco_champions BADGE_200x200#CiscoChampion Radio is a podcast series by Cisco Champions as technologists. Today we’re talking with Cisco Consulting Systems Engineer Mitko Vasilev, about developing an IoE platform. Lauren Friedman (@Lauren) moderates and Rikard Strid and Jonathan Davis are this week’s Cisco Champion guest hosts.

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Mitko Vasilev, @iotcoi, Cisco Consulting Systems Engineer

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Rikard Strid, @rikardstrid, Founder thingk.me, Clayster AB
Jonathan Davis, @subnetwork, Network Planning Analyst Read More »

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#EngineersUnplugged S6|Ep9: Software Defined Storage in the Enterprise

September 17, 2014 at 10:01 am PST

In this episode of Engineers Unplugged, Rawlinson Rivera (@punchingclouds) and Maish Saidel-Keesing  (@maishsk) discuss the role of software defined storage in the enterprise data center, and the impact and evolution of the job roles in the data center. Hint: always be learning.

Speaking of learning, this may be an example of how not to draw a unicorn. ;)

Rawlinson River and Maish Saidel-Keesing are unafraid to break new ground in unicorn artistry.

Rawlinson River and Maish Saidel-Keesing are unafraid to break new ground in unicorn artistry.

This is Engineers Unplugged, where technologists talk to each other the way they know best, with a whiteboard. The rules are simple:

  1. Episodes will publish weekly (or as close to it as we can manage)
  2. Subscribe to the podcast here: engineersunplugged.com
  3. Follow the #engineersunplugged conversation on Twitter
  4. Submit ideas for episodes or volunteer to appear by Tweeting to @CommsNinja
  5. Practice drawing unicorns

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T-7 Days to Improved Cisco IOS Security

The Cisco IOS Software Security Advisory Bundled Publication will go live in seven days and this time we will have an important update to the Cisco IOS Software Checker to go along with it.

As a reminder, the Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) releases bundles of Cisco IOS Software Security Advisories on the fourth Wednesday of March and September each calendar year. As is the case with the vast majority of our advisories, vulnerabilities scheduled for disclosure in these upcoming Security Advisories will normally have a Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) Base Score from 7.0 to 10.0 Read More »

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Data Man: The power to turn piles of data in competitive insight

September 17, 2014 at 7:30 am PST

In my continuing series on marketing superpowers, we’re now ready to tackle Data Man! Of course you’ll continue to see updates from each of the superheroes below, and I’ll make sure you have links to each blog post for your convenience. Here is what we’ve covered so far, and what is yet to come:

  • Wonder Vision – The power to see what no one yet can see
  • Alchemist – The power to blend art with science in a way no one can ignore
  • Super Voice – The power to reach millions at the same time
  • Data Man – The power to turn piles of data into competitive insights and deliver real marketing value
  • Mega Mentor – The power to get the most from others

Now let’s get up to speed on Data Man!

Are you ready to “be what’s next?” One way to ensure you are what’s next is to have the information you need to identify market opportunity. It’s not just enough to have the data though, you must be able to analyze it properly, and that is where Data Man fits into your organization.   Read More »

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Help! My IP Address Has Been Hijacked!

SpamCop is a free, community-based spam email reporting service provided by Cisco. SpamCop analyzes reported spam, and extracts details about the sending IP, the URLs contained in the spam, and the networks over which the spam message has transited. This information is used to create the SpamCop Block List (SCBL). The SCBL a list of IP addresses believed to be sending Unsolicited Bulk Email.

As part of its service, each week SpamCop sends millions of email messages to notify network administrators about malicious activity that is observed occurring on their networks. SpamCop receives all types of replies in response to our notification emails. Many times recipients of SpamCop’s notifications will reply to SpamCop and claim, “we did not send the spam”. The SpamCop Deputies responsible for following up on these replies have heard every excuse under the sun. For them, “we did not send the spam” is the spam block list equivalent of “the dog ate my homework.”

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