Understanding future demands on the network are instrumental in developing a robust and scalable network architecture. As seen below, projected growth in mobile, video, and IP traffic is staggering. Read More »
How well is your Data Center performing?
How do you know?
I went shopping for a car last year and was pleased to see several models equipped with real-time displays of their miles per gallon performance. That’s a great feature, in my opinion, because it offers drivers up-to-the-moment insight into how efficiently their cars are operating.
For the majority of my IT career, I’ve been very fortunate and grateful for the various technologies Cisco provides that allow me to effectively manage and juggle my professional and personal life. As a first time father to a beautiful and precious one-year-old girl, the flexibility to work anytime and anywhere is a tremendous benefit! While any parent with kids knows no day or week is really typical, I’d like to share with you a typical week in the life of how collaborative/mobile technologies helps me stay productive while also retaining some level of sanity.
Wednesday 20th March 2013, 06:30. Eight months into my new graduate job and the familiar, inevitable sound of my morning alarm starts to ring. Being the middle of the week, work is in full flow and it looks like I’ve got a busy day ahead but you know what? I’ve still got time. I click the snooze button and savor those extra ten minutes before getting up and starting my morning routine. So, what’s on for the day? Read More »
The benefits of teleworking—better work/life balance and more flexibility—sure sound great from an employee’s point of view. But from a manager’s perspective, is telework really successful for getting work done? Can a team really be effective if many of the members never work together in person?
Yes, if you create the right policies and environment and give employees the tools they need in order to work productively and be full contributors to their team. Read More »