Today’s law enforcement and government agencies are leveraging mobility to enable efficiency and ensure greater safety and security for the public these agencies serve.
In recent years, law enforcement agencies have turned to mobile technology to enhance wireless networks to deliver mission critical information. Other agencies have turned to software to help analyze citizen-driven information on mobile devices and crime in real-time.
IT decision makers in the public sector will face several challenges as they look for solutions in this growing mobile landscape that will help those in the line of duty. With that in mind it’s important for those decision makers to continue to support the case for innovative mobility solutions.
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The Internet of Things (IoT) technology trend is moving faster forward than anyone anticipated. This was evident at the IoT World Forum held in Barcelona, October 29th through 31st. Thought leaders from around the globe converged to discuss wide ranging topics on the IoT, including: standards development, technology ecosystems, connecting the unconnected, data analytics, and a number of different concept-to-reality, real world implementations of the IoT in action.
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Even though the IoT technology phenomenon is rapidly growing, it’s still new for many of us. What does it mean for my industry? Where do I get started? Who do I turn to for help? Indeed, there are many of us staying up at night asking those questions! Read More »
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Futurists have long envisioned a world where fabulous innovations transform our lives in mind-boggling ways. And while some of their ideas may remain far-fetched, the most exciting thing about their future is that so much of it is already here, today (flying cars notwithstanding).
Indeed, we are living in an age of unprecedented technological transformation, one that stands to eclipse even the first Internet boom. This next wave of change is being driven by a massive upsurge in connectivity, from 10 billion connected things today to 50 billion in 2020. The world may seem connected. But only 1 percent of the objects around you are endowed with smart connectivity. That is changing fast. Your car, your refrigerator, your parking space, the bridge you drive over, the shelves at the local retailer, and the supply chain that feeds them — all of these “dark assets” are being “lit up” with smart connectivity, altering our lives in profound ways.
Cisco calls this the Internet of Everything (IoE). We define IoE as the intelligent connection of people, process, data, and things. And, of course, the “people” element is paramount, since the whole point of technology is to create a better life experience for everyone.
At Cisco, we estimate the Value at Stake from this transformation to be $14.4 trillion for the private sector alone over the next 10 years, which represents an opportunity to increase global aggregate corporate profits by about 21 percent.
Cisco’s projections are based on deep research and analysis into potential use cases. But we are not the only ones sensing the potential impact of this game-changing, global transformation.
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In my experience helping customers implement video solutions, their goals are usually to increase efficiencies, reduce expenses and even generate new lines of business. Cisco Collaboration Change Management Services (CCMS) helps customers accelerate adoption of collaboration solutions to achieve your targeted business goals. CCMS has a global team of experts in change management, communications, training, governance, marketing, operational processes and adoption analytics ready to help. View this video to learn how one company realized the full benefits of their video solution.
Overall, our team has noticed there are 5 common traits among successful customers:
- An organization’s strategic objectives drive how, where, and why video is used
Customer A’s strategic objective was to aggressively expand in emerging markets over the next 3 years. This strategy was widely communicated and cascaded into operational goals throughout the company. Significant investments were made to increase the size and quality of the sales teams in the Brazil and China sales offices. Additionally, the customer purchased Cisco TelePresence video units for these offices to accelerate growth. The ‘boardroom ROI’ for this investment would be realized by achieving the expansion goals in Brazil and China.
- A business unit sponsor leads the deployment (not IT), communicates their vision, and sets expectations about how video will make a difference. Read More »
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Montpellier, France this week hosted the 35th edition of the DigiWorld Summit whose overall theme was “The digital gold mines”.
The event focused on digital innovation, especially its ability to create value with the emergence of new business models, and Cisco is a key member of the Digiworld Institute. Read More »
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