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Video Calling: The Case for Interoperability – Part 2

Video in the workplace has never been more important.  As we continue to use new communication technologies in the office to interact on the job and at home to achieve a greater work life balance, video calling is a large part of our increasingly productive lives.  Businesses are improving collaboration between workers, building client relationships, and reducing travel with video calling.  In fact, according to Cisco’s most recent VNI study,…

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Cisco Smart Grid Team Supports Wi-SUN Alliance to Drive Interoperability

…velopment of interoperable Field Area Networks (FAN) for utility applications. Field Area Networks today are often closed,  proprietary systems and generally just supporting a single service. As a result, they do not support interoperability across multiple vendors or take advantage of the decades of networking expertise available within the Internet Protocol suite (IP). By supporting Wi-SUN, Cisco will help drive the technical definition for…

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Video Calling: The Case for Interoperability

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Get your Wi-Fi network ready for Windows 8

…mong the first to support the 802.11w standard to protect Management Frames for client devices on Wi-Fi networks. Customers running old Cisco unified releases (between 4.2 to 7.2) in local, Flex or mesh mode will run into an interoperability bug (CSCua29504, to be exact) that prevents 802.11w enabled clients from connecting to a Cisco WLAN with Management Frame Protection (MFP) enabled. This bug does not affect customers running autonomous…

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Vblock Systems Management: Choice and Interoperability Matter

Jeramiah Dooley, Guest Blogger  @ jdooley_clt: Jeramiah Dooley brings more than 17 years of technology experience to the VCE Office  of the CTO.  Previously he was the global SME for Service Provider business development, multi-tena ncy and vCloud Director design as part of the VCE Corporate Engineering Group.  Prior to joining VCE, he was the Director of Engineering at Peak 10, a service provider based in Charlotte, NC, where directed the…

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