“Activate the IT Transformation with Cisco Unified Access” Webinar Series: Part II Network Deep Dive, April 17
Your network is going through rapid changes as your user and business requirements continue to evolve. Before long (if it’s not already happening), the edge of your network will more than likely transition to a high performing Gigabit desktop switching network plus a highly reliable Gigabit Wi-Fi (802.11ac) network. Cisco Converged Access is an innovative deployment mode that has been optimized to support both the Gigabit Ethernet based and the Gigabit Wi-Fi based edge as a single network with excellent scale, security, and performance.
You might be thinking to yourself: Read More »
Tags: 802.11ac, Activate the IT Transformation, Catalyst 3850 Switch, Cisco, Cisco Unified Access, Converged Access, gigabit ethernet, gigabit Wi-Fi, mobility, unified access
It has been a couple of weeks since its launch and we are seeing lots of interest in the Cisco ISR-AX! I have been hearing from customers, partners and folks worldwide about how they are using the new ISR-AX platforms now and get a router, VPN, firewall, intrusion prevention, cloud/web security, AVC (NBAR2, QoS, NetFlow, Media Monitoring, PfR) and WAN optimization (WAAS) all in one box for less than the cost of just an alternative WAN Optimization appliance. For WAN optimization with WAAS that is less than $1 per WAN optimized connection with ISR-AX!
Anyway, I’ve gotten lots of questions since the launch, so I grouped them and wanted to share the top 4: Read More »
Tags: Application Visibility and Control, Applications visibility, AVC, ISR-AX, QoS, Questions on ISR-AX, wan opt, WAN Optimization
Wi-Fi is a convenience many expect to encounter whether they are at work, at home, or even out and about, say, shopping. Connecting to the internet from anywhere, at any time, is the norm these days, and for good reason. Smart devices are becoming more and more popular, and people are bringing these devices with them everywhere. So, how can the business world benefit from this? First, give the people what they want. Offer a robust wireless network so your customers are able to connect seamlessly. When you provide this, you are able, in turn, to engage with them. Read More »
Tags: consumers, MobilizeMag, unified_access
If you had US$15,000 to take a trip anywhere in the world, where would you go? I’ve always wanted to visit Perth, Bangalore, and Brasilia myself, but sadly, I’m not elligable to win the Unified Access Challenge. However, if you’re reading this -- you probably are! Basically, you watch an accelerated TechWiseTV episode with JimmyRay Purser, Robb Boyd (with a short Ike video too), and then answer a few questions about Unified Access.
The challenge is open for three more weeks and there are a few versions you need to choose from. If you’re a Cisco Partner you need to take the Partner version. If you don’t know whether you’re a partner or not, you’re probably not, so don’t fret. Because for non-partners we have the challenge in both English and Spanish: Read More »
Tags: Borderless Networks, Cisco, iPad, trip, unified access, video, Webinars, Week in Review
Hey everyone, the latest component of Cisco Unified Access was announced at Cisco Live Londonat the tail-end of January. The architecture brings policy, management and network together to tackle mobility, BYOD and collaboration needs in the enterprise for today and tomorrow. I want to give you all a quick summary of how I play a pivotal role in this architecture. I’ve also got a new whitepaper to share. Read More »