CIOs around the world are at the center of technology trends such as cloud, social media, consumerization of IT, and mobility. This is the first blog in a four-part series exploring and sharing how CIOs around the world are responding to these trends and creating new ways to innovate, grow, and deliver superior customer experience.
The manufacturing industry has been hit harder than most as a result of the global recession. As the market recovers, however, manufacturers are finding that IT has also changed. Consumers are more demanding, and expect new products faster. Read More »
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Last year at the RSA security show, Cisco announced the SecureX security strategy. SecureX is designed to help organizations address security from a holistic perspective, rather than a siloed approach, using an integrated framework of innovative new security devices blended with the security-aware network. This approach allows organizations to truly address critical issues like BYOD and the consumerization of network enabled devices, the transition to virtualized data centers and cloud-based computing, the flood of data coming from social media sites and the use of new high-bandwidth services such as video collaboration, and the spread of sophisticated new attacks aimed at your organization’s soft spots. Cisco also announced powerful new tools to increase the reach and efficacy of security. The first was the addition of context awareness to security and network devices to add real granular control over users and devices. We also announced a powerful new policy-based solution, the Cisco Identity Services Engine, which allows organizations for the first time ever to truly take control of security policy creation, deployment, enforcement, and management. Next, we announced the broadening of our Security Intelligence Operations that allows us to fine tune our entire family of security solutions in real-time with actionable data gathered from hundreds of thousands of sensors located across the globe. Cisco SIO is now the largest threat telemetry service in the world. And in the year since that announcement we have continued to deliver innovative new devices and technologies designed to address security issues, from the endpoint, across the edge and branch, and out across the virtualized data center and cloud environments. So this year, at RSA 2012, Cisco will announce our plans to continue to drive innovation and revolutionize security through our SecureX strategy. For those of you heading out to this year’s event, here is a sneak peek at what you can expect:
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Tags: Bring your Own Device (BYOD), RSA 2012, SecureX, security
In case you missed it, you can still watch the National Town Hall for the Next Generation Workplace online.
This 90-minute TeleWebcast features public sector customer best practices from federal, state and local government, and education organizations hosted via Cisco TelePresence in Atlanta, Herndon, Los Angeles, Richardson, San Jose, and Seattle.
Moderator: Steve LeSueur
Contributing Editor, 1105 Government Information Group
Director, Systems and Networks, Mercer University
Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning, iCollege, National Defense University
Senior Fellow, Telework ExchangeSenior Fellow, Telework Exchange
Chief Technology Officer for Internal Services Department, LA County
Manager of Technology Services, Dallas County Public Schools – Aledo
Senior Systems Administrator, Seattle University
Senior Manager for Desktop Solutions Marketing, VMware
Senior Marketing Manager for Desktop Virtualization, Cisco
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Tags: Bring your Own Device (BYOD), Connected Government, desktop, desktop virtualization, education, government, healthcare, TelePresence, thin client, vdi, Virtualization Experience, VMware, vxi
Join your government, education and healthcare peers at the National Town Hall for the Next Generation Workplace event December 15 co-sponsored by Cisco and VMware. This townhall will be hosted online with participants joining via 10 TelePresence locations across the US.
During this free interactive virtual discussion, government, education, and healthcare leaders will share their experiences deploying virtual desktops and the transition to the virtual workplace including specific concerns relative to desktop management, security, policy, and desktop delivery, and gaining control of desktop TCO. The Cisco Virtualization Experience Infrastructure (VXI) is an end-to-end, tested system that delivers the next generation virtual workspace by unifying virtual desktops, voice, and video.
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Tags: Bring your Own Device (BYOD), Connected Government, desktop virtualization, Virtualization Experience, VMware, vxi