Taking a strategic approach to your network will support your business today and in the future. Did you know that in 2009, more data was created than in all prior years combined? That 60 percent of employees believe they don’t need to be in the office to be productive and efficient? And, that by 2015, companies will generate 50 percent of web sales via their presence in social media and mobile devices? Read full blog.
Dateline Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Citrix Summit and Synergy, October 2011
Last post I said I’d get back to you to give you, at least, my opinion of why Citrix and Cisco are partnering up. As you might have seen from the dateline above, it’s easy to find out when you get to Citrix Summit and Synergy. It has to do with the global and ubiquitous Cisco networks deployed by organizations everywhere. Citrix is doing great with XenApp (last I heard, well over 50,000,000 licenses) and is poised to do even better with XenDesktop.
How can you immediately deploy and manage Cisco devices from the day they arrive at your organization?
The answer is ….. Cisco day-one device support.
As part of my series on Cisco Prime for Enterprise, I asked Pramendra Bajpai, Manager of Software Engineering, Cisco Network Management, to provide an overview of Cisco day-one device support. This Cisco Prime attribute accelerates the discovery, configuration, and inventory of Cisco devices as soon as they are plugged into the network.
Watch this short video from Pramendra to learn how Read More »
…it seems like just about every company is investing in, or at least seriously considering a move to, virtualization and cloud computing infrastructures. And according to analysts, they’re not exactly dipping their pinkie toes in the shallow end of the pool – of those who have made the virtualization decision, 64% of servers, 70-80% of server workloads, are virtualized. Read full blog.
See how customers are leveraging the Cisco Identity Services Engine to ensure consistent, secure access through a centralized, single policy source for the entire network – wired, wireless, VPN. Trends like Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) are sweeping across every industry, is your network up to the task? Read the full blog.