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As the workforce becomes increasingly mobile and employees demand greater flexibility, IT policies will have to evolve. But with concerns like security and productivity weighing heavy on the minds of IT policy makers, are they up for the challenge? On Monday, November 8 at 8:00 a.m. PT, Cisco will host a live Internet TV broadcast and Q&A session to announce key findings from Part II of its Connected World Report.

The latest set of results from the study will examine the challenges IT organizations face as social media, device proliferation, and new communication tools like video take precedence inside and outside of the workplace and test the limits of corporate policies and risk management.

Among the questions that will be answered during the live session:

The show will feature a panel of special Cisco guests, including:

To watch: Go to just before 8:00 a.m. PT on Monday, November 8.

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  1. I cant wait to check this out


  2. It’s a good way to sort out of this IT problems, where boundaries are no longer an issue.The idea is to organize the professionals of IT into moral and code of ethics conducting the business exercise as an example.Or do many brainstorming to big corporate


  3. Very interesting topic especially after hearing on the news of many security breaches in the government and large corporations. The stories of laptops and memory sticks being left on a train are ridiculous, and should not happen in todays “cloud” infrastructures.


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