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The Cisco Intercompany Media Engine – Open Federation ShowNotes

Robb Boyd Tina Shakour Opening Segment for TechWiseTV58

This show (now available on demand) is particularly intriguing to me in light of recent FCC filing by AT&T that state the regulations that keep the PSTN alive should be lifted, thus clearing the way for an all-broadband phone network. I believe this may be a very US-centric view, and there are many (very valid, IMO) objections to AT&Ts stance,  but it shows that the phone network as we know it, truly is evolving. In this episode we look at how Cisco is addressing “open federation”, a key component to borderless communication and a new way of communicating.

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A Little Christmas Collaboration

December 23, 2009 at 12:00 pm PST

This video hit me well on several different levels…my ever distracted mind, the need to collaborate and the Joy of the Season.

 

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Honing Your Network Security Strategy

December 17, 2009 at 12:00 pm PST

Good network security means making the right company assets available to the right people. This often requires a delicate balance between human and technological resources. Cisco’s Pat Calhoun joins Jennifer Geisler and shares the latest strategies for enhancing your security in this TechWiseTV ‘FutureProof’ Podcast.

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ShowNotes: Non-Stop Networking

December 17, 2009 at 12:00 pm PST

Welcome to the Show Notes for TechWiseTV 57: Non-Stop Networking.

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Cisco 2009 Annual Security Report Released

December 14, 2009 at 12:00 pm PST

Announcing the Cisco 2009 Annual Security Report

Security never gets old -- certainly not boring!  This report is always an interesting read as it the ‘business of security’ has never been better.  As it continues to morph however it is wise to stay on top of the changes.  Our good friend and repeat guest of the show, Pat Peterson, Cisco Fellow/Security Researcher, did a great little video overview here.  (I always enjoy Pat’s ability to simplify complex subjects)

Be sure and check out the CyberCrime Awards posted internally on the report -- very interesting stuff.  See below for all the links

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