As South Korea’s second-largest metropolitan city, Busan boasts a population of about 3.6 million, and is home to a slew of major companies, government agencies, universities, annual festivals, and conferences. Busan is the country’s largest container-handling port, and the fifth- largest in the world. Like other metropolitan areas, the city struggles with managing terrible traffic congestion and the attendant high logistical costs; maintaining job-creation momentum for the 60,000 high-quality and high-skill job seekers who graduate from area universities each year; and meeting the demand for an innovative city operations system that helps ensure global competitiveness.
Cisco IBSG has been working with Busan’s Metropolitan Government to develop plans for a “u-City.” U, in this case, stands for “ubiquitous,” which also describes the city’s broadband penetration. Busan’s “smart and connected” urban communities use the network as a platform—on top of which it can deploy innovative urban-planning solutions and city management services. The city uses the network to connect, process, and share information efficiently, and in real time. Read More »
Today more than ever, networks are transforming the way organizations operate and are touching more people through a wider range of devices than ever before. Achieving a secure infrastructure is increasingly complex with today’s mobility, collaboration and cloud services added to the mix. These new capabilities offer much operational efficiency and reduce costs, but they also introduce additional risk to the network. Read More »
As I wind down and get ready for Thanksgiving, I am thankful for so many people in my life. At Cisco, I have the opportunity to work with amazing people around the world dedicated to helping others. These people are the heroes who help, teach, heal, serve, and protect us.
At Cisco, we believe it is our role to help heroes around the world dedicated to public service. We share our vision in this short video titled “Being There.”
The Global Certification Team is proud to announce that the Cisco TelePresence EX60, EX90, C20, C40, C60, and C90 have completed the FIPS 140-2 validation process on firmware version TC5.0.2. The codecs are listed as follows:
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President Barack Obama has been reelected as the 44th president of the United States. And while he may still be holding on to his treasured Blackberry, most of us are more interested in what technology trends he and his administration will pursue to make public sector agencies smarter, faster and more efficient.
To solidify his commitment to furthering technology, Obama made mention of it in his victory speech:
“But despite all our differences, most of us share certain hopes for America’s future; we want our kids to grow up in a country where they access to the best schools and the best teachers. A country that lives up to its legacy as the global leader in technology and discovery and innovation. With all the new jobs and new businesses that follow.”
So looking at Obama’s track record and guarantees, what should the public sector have its eyes on? Take a look at the four technology trends identified by many as likely second-term priorities: Read More »