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The National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace

On June 25, the US Government released the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC, pronounced “N-stick”) for public review and comment. NSTIC is a recognition of the need for a secure identity infrastructure to address the current fraud on the Internet, and the need to support additional applications that are not well supported by current identity systems. While in many countries it is natural to think of the…

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Public Safety and Security – New India Documentary

INDIA: Safety and Security at the Cross Hairs Watch this episode which features key officials sharing depth of experience in how to better protect our nation and how technology acts as a tool to address challenges.   CIN’s most powerful story yet.     “The planets biggest democracy, second most populous country and world’s biggest religious melting pot has a population of more than 1.1 Bilion people. Diverse, v…

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Cisco Highlights the Role of Video in the Future of Business at InfoComm 2010

…ncements at InfoComm 2010: the biggest is that Cisco is fulfilling commitments to deliver immersive, multiscreen interoperability between Cisco and Tandberg TelePresence systems, and with other third-party systems, by integrating the Telepresence Interoperability Protocol (TIP) on Cisco’s newly acquired Tandberg TelePresence Server. This interoperability solution, which will be commercially available in late July, helps enable multi-sc…

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Cisco Delivers on Commitment to Advance Telepresence Interoperability

Today at InfoComm, Cisco announced it is fulfilling commitments to deliver immersive, multiscreen interoperability between Cisco and Tandberg TelePresence systems, and with other third-party systems, by integrating the Telepresence Interoperability Protocol (TIP) on Cisco’s newly acquired Tandberg TelePresence Server.  This interoperability solution, which will be commercially available in late July, helps enable multi-screen, high-de…

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Myths and Restrictions of the Cisco UCS

In statistics courses, we learn about the perils of using very small sample sizes to extrapolate possible trends or predictions. But in today’s fast paced, 24×7, 140 character world, we know that “information” spreads and morphs quickly. So spotting trends from small samples and small bits of information maybe a knee-jerk reaction, but it’s also a critical skill if you want to properly educate the market. I put informatio…

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