Today, Cisco released interesting results from a global study on data leakage that looks at the human and behavioral side of security. Our study details numerous risks and mistakes employees frequently make, but for brevity’s sake we’ve compiled a Top-10 list for this post. See if your company can check out clean on these all-too-common infractions. Read More »
Today Cisco announced several new solutions that make up the Cisco collaboration portfolio. Unified communications, video and a new Web 2.0 applications platform are Cisco’s way of walking the talk when it comes to the next wave of the internet and collaboration. In this video, Alan Cohen, Vice President, Enterprise & Mid-Market Solutions at Cisco, elaborates on the lasting impact today’s announcements will have on the way people communicate and collaborate in the enterprise. For further discussion on the Cisco collaboration portfolio, go to The Workspace.
Connected Urban Development is born from a commitment that Cisco gave to to the Clinton Global Initiative in 2006 to showcase how pervasive broadband connectivity and ICT can help decrease CO2 emissions in large metropolitan areas. The CUD is a partnership between Cisco and cities of San Francisco, Amsterdam, Seoul, Lisbon, Madrid, Birmingham (UK) and Hamburg.In this video, Jason Deign from News@Cisco interviews Nicola Villa, Global Director, Connected Urban Development, Cisco and Bas Boorsma, Head of Connected Urban Development, Cisco about the first Smart Work Center.Jason interviews Chris Dedicoat, President of Cisco Europe and Job Cohen, Mayor of Amsterdam on collaborating to address urban issues from traffic to sustainable work environments and reducing the citizen carbon footprint.Jason interviews Alan Rodger, Director, British Antarctic Survey and Bill St. Arnaud, Chief Research Officer, CANARIE, about the impact of global warming on the polar regions and climate change.
Our EVP and Chief Marketing Officer Sue Bostrom talks about Cisco marketing, our customers and our new marketing campaign, the “Human Network Effect.” She answers the following questions:1. What is the focus of marketing at Cisco and where does it come from?2. How are market trends reflected in your marketing efforts?3. What makes Cisco’s marketing different from other companies?4. Tell us about the Human Network Effect campaign.
Post by Doug Dennerline, SVP, Collaboration Software GroupGetting work done today requires us to navigate complex global networks of customers, colleagues and partners. Finding and connecting with key stakeholders has become an important part of our daily business process. Presence is now a critical component of any effective collaboration platform. Today’s acquisition of Jabber will enhance our existing IM capabilities and allow us to provide presence and messaging as network services. We will be able to provide extensible presence and messaging that can integrate with business process applications and easily adapt to a business’s changing needs. These capabilities will be available across our collaboration portfolio of Cisco Unified Communications, WebEx and Business Video.Jabber’s technology leverages open standards to provide a scalable architecture that supports the aggregation of presence information across different devices, users and applications. The technology also enables collaboration across many different presence systems such as Microsoft Office Communications Server, IBM Sametime, AOL AIM, Google and Yahoo!. We’re excited to have Jabber join the Cisco team, and I look forward to working together. For more information, I encourage you to listen to this podcast from Cisco’s Alex Hadden-Boyd.