Enjoy finding a needle in a haystack? Didn’t think so. That’s why Cisco has introduced the Cisco Developer Network (CDN) Marketplace.
This brand new platform is your go-to “storefront” to quickly find the value-added solutions needed to help solve your customers’ most pressing business challenges. By tapping into the marketplace’s Solutions Catalog, partners have access to more than 700 developers selling 1,100+ products and solutions—each of which dovetails to existing Cisco offerings.
The CDN Marketplace enables collaboration among customers, partners, and developers—all with a focus on accelerating the sales process and helping you increase revenue.
In addition to the Solutions Catalog, the CDN Marketplace includes Cisco AppHQ, which offers Cisco and third-party Cius apps in support of your customers’ mobility initiatives. Read More »
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Last week’s blog highlighted ways you can improve the user experience by preparing your network to meet the challenges associated with the sea of devices entering the corporate networks. Ultimately however, productivity is not only going to be depended on the freedom to choose a device, or the ease of access to information, or the quality of the connection when consuming bandwidth intensive content. It will largely be depended on the tools available on those devices – in other words “the apps”.
Most desk-bound knowledge workers will be quite content using existing productivity tools such as word processing, spreadsheet, or presentation software already available in the various app stores. There will however be many other types of workers that can tremendously benefit from having applications that are turbo-charged with network intelligence.
What do I mean by that? Well, you will just have to watch the video where Jagdish Girimaji, product manager for the Mobility Services Engine (MSE), outlines what network information can be exposed to make tablet applications more intelligent.
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Tags: API, byod, cisco apphq, Cisco Developer Network, context aware software, iPad, iphone, mobile devices, mobility services engine, Tablets, wi-fi, wifi, wireless network, wlan