[WARNING: This blog post contains specifics on actual product features. Stop reading now if you prefer PowerPoint to Excel.]
“Enterprise class.” Sounds awesome. But does it have any meaning to your business?
It turns out that it does, but we need to dig into a real product example to make it clear. One shining example from Cisco is our leadership in Enterprise class (there’s that phrase again!) 3G/4G. Let’s use this example to highlight how our engineers create “Enterprise class” products by focusing on: Read More »
Tags: 3G, 3G MIBs, 3G/4G, 3GPP, 4G, business continuity, CPE-based 3G, Enterprise Class, enterprise class security, enterprise network, EZ VPN, modem lifecycle, router, vpn, WAN, Wireless WAN
Importance of High Availability: If you are reading this blog, you likely own 2-5 Wi-Fi-capable devices: laptops, mobile phones, or tablets. From employees to students, from doctors to guests, the common theme is that everyone now uses wireless as a preferred mode of access.
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Tags: 7.3, access point, AP, business continuity, byod, CAPWAP, Cisco Unified Wireless Network, controller, CUWN, failover, HA, High Availability, mobility, SSO, Stateful Switch Over, wireless, WLAN controller
Novelty bets are all the rage these days in gambling. Bookmakers are laying odds and allowing side bets on the minutiae of major events ranging from athletic contests to national elections to royal weddings. My favorite novelty bet from the 2011 Super Bowl: how long would Christina Aguilera hold the note “brave” at the end of the National Anthem? (It went nine seconds by my unofficial count. Feel free to time it yourself.)
Can we get the Data Center industry a piece of this action? Imagine the odds line for happenings in and around your server environment in the next six months: Read More »
Tags: business continuity, coc-data-center, data center, datacenterdeconstructed, disaster recovery, metro virtual data center, mvdc