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The Cut Stops Here: New Platforms for Growth

…ive, they are forced to turn to a multitude of small vendors, who may or may not collaborate to assure seamless interoperability. Cloud service provision is a natural fit for SPs because they: Know how to provide managed services Know how to provide service-level agreements (SLAs) Understand subscription billing Already have the infrastructure in place Are a known and trusted quantity to the customer base Cisco IBSG’s research indicates that th…

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Cisco Data Center 2011-Texas: Study Says 60 Percent of Employees Can Work Remotely. Can Your Construction Vendor?

…tes collaborative technologies into the planning and execution process of construction projects. Meanwhile, new interoperability solutions like the Building Information Model (BIM) are helping to standardize the creation and use of data by applications that support both collaboration and the building lifecycle. By combining initiatives like IPD, BIM, and LEED with collaborative technologies, the construction industry is progressing to a new way o…

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Open Ecosystem – Open to Excellence and Better with Cisco

…the Internet, and with more systems being interconnected (Internet, Public/Private Cloud, Mobile) the need for interoperability has never been greater. Cisco’s Data Center Business Advantage takes a multi-level approach to the open-ecosystem, across multiple technology domains (Management/Automation, Storage, Virtualization, Applications): We are fully committed to existing standards (10Gb Ethernet, FCoE, etc.) and driving emerging standa…

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Java Exploits Another Example of Tomorrow’s Threat Landscape, Today

…eing prepared for roll out next quarter, or being shared among your users as we speak. Invasive Multi-platform interoperability is the hallmark of Java and its virtual machine. Distribute applications as a single bytecode, and let per-platform interpreters do the heavy lifting necessary to translate for the runtime environment. This is a double-edged sword, of course, meaning that it’s just as easy to distribute malicious software across p…

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Working Together to Attain MPLS-TP Interoperability

…ndard, mainly because it is subset of and interoperable with widely deployed IP/MPLS technology. To ensure this interoperability, it was collectively decided by both the ITU-T and IETF that the IETF will be responsible to define the protocol and functionality of MPLS-TP. The embeded spreadsheet specifies which RFCs have been completed and which contributions have been accepted and are in progress as Working Group drafts. IETF MPLS-TP RFCs & D…

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