In his blog last week, Daryl Coon announced how there’s going to be a webinar this Thursday talking about Cisco’s leading One Policy solution driver, the Identity Services Engine (ISE) and its newest enhancements—now available with its 1.2 release.
During this free event, you will learn about the new features that provide increased scalability, reliability, and ease-of-use for guest access and BYOD on-boarding. You will hear from customers who have already deployed the 1.2 release. And we will discuss how the enhancements provide significantly greater capabilities than solutions available from competing vendors.Whether you need to support BYOD work practices, or provide more secure access to your data center resources, the Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) can help. With this all-in-one enterprise policy control platform, you can reliably enforce compliance, enhance infrastructure security, and simplify service operations.
Read more at http://blogs.cisco.com/borderless/ciscos-policy-enforcement-solution-delivers/
Already sold? Join us for the free webinar, Thursday Sept 5 at 10am PST to learn more.
Tags: bring your own device, byod, Cisco, ISE, mobile, mobile security, on-board, policy, security
In today’s world, we are always on the go and want to communicate and collaborate wherever and however we choose to live, work, and play.
We are seeing this mobility trend emerging with more of our customers, as they realize they need their employees to be able to effectively work across their different devices while on the road or in different office locations. And just being able to connect isn’t enough. There must be really good quality not only in audio, but also increasingly with video and application sharing.
The latest version of Cisco TelePresence Server (v3.1) has been developed with these customer needs in mind. Organizations can now better enable their employees to collaborate face to face while on the move, with new video capabilities that improve the user experience from any endpoint:
- Flexibility with ActiveControl: Users can be more engaged with a higher level of user control of meeting layouts.
- Video quality with Cisco ClearPath: Over highly lossy public networks – even at packet loss rates of 20% – ClearPath delivers a clear video experience. Watch this video to see the difference ClearPath makes in quality:
Under the same network packet loss conditions, the left screen is the video experience without ClearPath; the right screen is the clear experience with ClearPath.
Are you a mobile worker, or have a mobile workforce? We’d like to hear from you. What do you expect and need from video for great collaboration?
Tags: activecontrol, Cisco, clearpath, collaboration, mobile, quality, TelePresence, video
Today, Cisco introduces a newly-defined Small and Midsize Business (SMB) Specialization, an improved and combined version of the existing Small Business and Small Business Foundation Specializations. This evolution captures several market and technology trends critical to your customer’s needs, and positions existing and future Cisco SMB Specialized partners to succeed in the midmarket space.
The SMB Specialization curriculum has been revised to mirror the architectural go-to-market strategy employed by Cisco’s Advanced-level specializations. This new curriculum positions our SMB partners to sell across all technologies. The major focus for the enablement tracks are Borderless Networks, Collaboration, and Data Center, as well as updated Services training. And for the first time, Cisco introduces enablement focused on Cloud , SMB-level Cisco TelePresence® products and formal virtualization and data center switching.
What else is changing with the new SMB Specialization? Read More »
Tags: Cisco, partners, SMB specialization
No longer does your organization need to incur the sometimes unreimbursed cost of hiring one-on-one patient sitters, dedicating staff that can be better utilized elsewhere, or imposing on distressed family members to sit by their family member’s bedside around the clock.
With Cisco Virtual Patient Observation, centralized staff can observe multiple high-risk patients over your hospital’s existing network, and quickly alert caregivers if a patient is at risk.
This is one of those rare solutions that can pay for itself in months not years.
If this sounds “too good to be true”, then we invite you to join a live educational webcast that I’m hosting on September 12th at 11PST / 2EST to learn first-hand how HCA’s Clear Lake Regional Medical Center worked with Cisco to integrate Virtual Patient Observation into their operation.
You’ll learn about Clear Lake Regional Medical Center’s approach to implementing Cisco Virtual Patient Observation, the hurdles they encountered, and the lessons they learned along the way to a highly successful implementation and a satisfying ROI.
We’ll hold a live Q&A at the end so you can ask your questions directly of the experts.
Register now to hold your spot. If you can’t make the live webcast on September 12, you’ll want to register anyway so that we can send you the replay link.
In the meantime, if you’d like to learn more about Cisco Virtual Patient Observation, here’s how to get started:
- At-a-Glance: Benefits of Virtual Patient Observation
- Blueprint: Take advantage of existing networking investments for rapid investment payback
- Ten use cases: Real-life scenarios for using video surveillance in hospitals
- Request a call from Cisco: Discuss how video surveillance can help you lower costs and improve patient safety
Tags: Cisco, healthcare, security, video
Have you heard about Flipped learning? It is transforming the world of education.
At the Denton Independent School district in Texas we wholeheartedly embrace technology education. Why? Because we understand the correlation between technology and student success. With over 26,000 students to serve, Denton ISD looked to “flipped learning” as a solution that would benefit students at all levels. With flipped learning, student’s take-in content before connecting with the teacher in the classroom. Often times, this takes the form of video based material recorded by the teacher and made available to students from any device or location outside of the classroom. In this way, students spend time with their instructors applying learned knowledge instead of acquiring content.
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Tags: Cisco, collaboration, Denton, education, Flipped Learning, sxsw, video