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Secure Virtual Desktops for over a Billion Devices – Cisco @ Citrix Synergy

photo courtesy of Citrix SynergyAt Cisco we are believers in the Borderless Networks mantra of any device, anywhere. One of the ways we deliver on this vision is with AnyConnect, our secure mobility client that provides a secure, encrypted connection back to corporate, just the thing for road warriors who might have to use public wifi in coffee shops or airports.

That’s one way to do it.

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Do You Know the Fundamentals of WAN Optimization?

“Remember the days of measuring bandwidth by the Baud?1

The awesome guys at TechwiseTV just made a really fun videoWatch the video to see "What the heck is this?" on understanding the Fundamentals of WAAS (Wide Area Application Services), Cisco’s WAN Optimization technology. They start off with the basics – what you need to think about for WAN Optimization – and finish up with where the technology is going.

“Hold onto your keyboards because this is where it really gets cool.”

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What Can 60 Watts of Power Over Ethernet Per Port Do For You?

October 19, 2011 at 7:16 pm PST

I recently spoke with Nick Lippis of the Lippis report about Cisco Universal Power Over Ethernet (Cisco UPOE). In a 12-minute podcast, we reviewed uses cases, a customer example, and the benefits of Cisco UPOE. Read More »

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CA NetQoS® Unified Communications Monitor 3.2 Supports Medianet Performance Monitor

October 19, 2011 at 10:33 am PST

CA NetQoS has successfully completed the interoperability testing with Medianet 2.2 for its product CA NetQoS® Unified Communications Monitor 3.2 through the medianet systems management Cisco Developer Network  (CDN) program.

The CA NetQoS team was in our lab in RTP for two days, Read More »

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Catalyst 6500: Old Car or Super Soldier?

Recently, bloggers have alternately compared the Catalyst 6500 to the fifteen-year old car they finally got rid of and to a super soldier for the new millennium. Which is it? Being a Cisco employee, I might be a bit biased. And, being a car guy, I’m really tempted to pick apart the old car analogy, but I think my Detroit roots might start to show. And that’s not what this is about. So let’s look at old device vs. established platform.

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