Cisco Blogs


Cisco Blog > Inside Cisco IT

Collaboration is Hot … Mobility and Security

As you know from my previous blog, Cisco IT has just crossed the 50,000 mobile device deployed milestone – a mix of iPhones, Android and Blackberry devices.  We are thrilled with our progress and believe there are two factors that have driven our success: Read More »

Collaboration is Hot … New Trends in Mobility

As noted in my last blog, Cisco is continuing to see an explosion of personal smart phones and tablets coming into the enterprise, with now more than 50,000 personal devices in use. Additionally, employees want to do more and more on their phones with new applications. That’s not surprising – there is a massive burst of killer apps! Read More »

Tags:

Live from the Technology Convergence Conference

February 2, 2012 at 9:52 am PST

Greetings from the Santa Clara Convention Center’s Mission City Ballroom.  I’m kicking around the fourth annual Technology Convergence Conference today and – Wi-Fi willing – posting throughout the day.

Read More »

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Data Center Deconstructed Blogs Live Tomorrow

February 1, 2012 at 10:00 am PST

Data Center Deconstructed tries something new tomorrow – blogging live from the Technology Convergence Conference at the Santa Clara Convention Center. 

Read More »

Tags: , , , , ,

Cisco gains more business value by migrating Web 2.0 tools to the Cisco Quad platform

January 27, 2012 at 9:00 am PST

We recently published a new case study that describes how Cisco IT has evolved its internal collaboration and social sharing site, called the Integrated Workforce Experience (IWE). With IWE and the Cisco® Quad™ platform, Cisco IT provides the types of social networking tools—blogs, microblog messages, and informal videos—that employees use outside of work. In IWE, those tools are optimized for internal use within Cisco and are implemented in a robust, scalable, and secure way. Originally created by Cisco IT on an open-source platform, IWE now runs on the Cisco Quad platform. The platform migration required integrating the social sharing tools with minimal user disruption, preserving user documents, migrating different user data types appropriately, supporting application portals, and educating employees.
Read More »

Tags: , , ,