I don’t know about you, but after a long holiday break it usually takes a few days for me to get rid of vacation brain. Between all of the emails to respond to and phone calls to return, how does one find the time to also stay up to date on the latest partner news?
Well, we’re here to help! While we can’t answer your emails or return phone calls for you, we’ve highlighted three upcoming webcasts that should help ease you back into work mode. Check them out and register below. There’s something for everyone. Read More »
Tags: Borderless Networks, Cisco, cto, data center, partner, technology, unified access, Unified Fabric, webcast
By Leszek Izdebski, Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG)
These days, professionally produced video can be accessed through a dizzying array of hardware and delivery choices. But which concerns are top of mind for typical video consumers?
To better understand the dramatic changes in the consumption of professionally produced video, Cisco IBSG surveyed 1,152 U.S. broadband consumers between the ages of 13 and 75+ in March 2012. The overall goal of the survey was to understand how consumers watch video: their habits, preferences, and the devices they most prefer.
Our core findings revealed that Read More »
Tags: Cisco, devices, IBSG, mobile, movies, online, professionally produced video, Service Provider, streaming, survey, TV shows, video
Previously I talked about the growing demands and how the role of IT has to change from a cost center to a business strategic partner. It’s important to acknowledge that getting an organization to the point where it can implement IT as a Service isn’t easy, nor does it take place all at once. Every customer has their own journey and different customers will take different journeys. For some, it’s all about doing what they do now, only more efficiently or perhaps adding new capabilities. For others, it’s about making that full-blown transformation to service-driven IT.
So how do you get there? Each phase expands into a series of key initiatives…
It all starts with moving into more of a unified architecture of network fabric and corresponding operations.
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Tags: ASA, Cisco, cloud, Cloud Computing, Consolidation, convergence, data center, DCNM, Fabric Path, FCoE, fex, it-as-a-service, LISP, MDS, nexus, Nexus 1000v, Nexus1010, NX-OS, OTV, switch, Unified Fabric, virtualization
Culture exists in any organization, whether created through careful design and implementation, or through natural development as a company grows.
What exactly is “corporate culture”?
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Tags: Cisco, collaboration, company success, corporate culture, culture, E.H. Schein, economic performance, IBSG, inclusion, James L. Heskett, John Paul Kotter
Today at CES in Las Vegas, Cox Communications took the wraps off of a slate of expansions to second screen TV today, during a private press reception at the Wynn Hotel. Working with Cisco, Cox evolved their video services platform to deliver more personalized video experiences, offering their customers more of what they enjoy.
While Cox customers have been able to watch 90 channels of live, linear TV on an iPad for more than a year now, this new app – powered by Cisco’s Videoscape Unity software and technology – expands the service to iPhones and iPods, adding significant improvements in navigation.
This builds on Cox’s “Trio Program Guide,” which Read More »
Tags: cable operator, cable provider, Cisco, cox communications, mobile app, Service Provider, television, tv, video, videoscape, videoscape unity