On October 5th, Cisco is hosting an event announcing new innovations around Borderless Networks and Data Center architecture. As part of this event, Cisco is also creating a 3D short film and will be hosting a challenge to test your networking I.Q. Think you have a high networking I.Q.? Prove it. Attend our event, watch the 3D movie, and participate in the Challenge and you could win a trip to 1 of 7 amazing destinations!
In the coming weeks, you’ll hear more about this event and challenge. In the meantime, we’ve pulled together a little taste of what’s to come with this video featuring Marie Hattar, VP Borderless Networks. Check it out:
Here at Cisco, we often blog about our latest networking innovations and how they impact our customers. In this post, we’ll discuss a Cisco product that’s had continued success for a decade and continues to revolutionize networking: our flagship switch series, the Catalyst 6500.
We’ve come a long way from the days of flicking a light switch as you left the office. Through technological innovation with Cisco Borderless Networks, we can now do things like turn off all the lights in an office building through the click of the mouse from the network administrator’s desk. You’ve probably seen our video showcasing this – but how did we get here?
On January 29th, 2009 at CiscoLive! Barcelona, Cisco unveiled EnergyWise and Network Building Mediator, two solutions that provide customers the ability to monitor, measure and manage energy consumption through their Cisco Network.
But what prompted Cisco to develop these solutions in the first place, and what trends influenced the creation of EnergyWise? We’re glad you asked.
On August 1, 1981, at 12:01 a.m., MTV: Music Television launched their very first music video, “Video Killed the Radio Star” by The Buggles. The launch of MTV changed the face of music as we knew it. Instead of staring at magazine photos or waiting for that moment when we’d be lucky enough to see our favorite musicians in concert, we could now see our favorite bands come alive right before our eyes every day via music videos. To say that MTV, and music videos, had a profound effect on the music industry, as well as pop culture, is the understatement of the century.
In other words, when it comes to music, video changed everything.
Perhaps you work for a company, the public sector (like a government agency or a hospital) or a small business. Or perhaps you are currently not in the workforce. No matter what your profession, your instincts may tell you that cybersecurity is personally important to you. You’ll be happy to learn that many citizens and organizations around the world, including the United States federal government, are working towards a common goal to make cyberspace a safer place. My visit last week to the White House to attend a national cybersecurity event further confirmed this notion.