SDN-SDN-SDN…No longer does it stand for “Still Does Nothing”! Welcome to the world of Cisco where today is ACI and tomorrow is a stellar collaboration lineup. I hope you are prepared for a wild ride!
This year was the 25th Anniversary of Cisco Live, previously known as “Networkers”, and what an event it was! The Moscone Center neighborhood in San Francisco was abuzz with excitement as the event drew in a crowd of 22,000 registered participants.
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Tags: 2014, cisco live, cisco on cisco, coc-business-of-it, IT, san francisco
We Won!! I’m pleased to announce the Cisco IT Any Device team beat 50 companies to win the “Best Business Computing Environment” at the 2014 IDG CITE awards in San Francisco. The Any Device team manage, secure, and support over 196,000 desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones including 70,000 BYO devices.
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Tags: any device, byod, Cisco IT, coc-business-of-it, mobility
If someone asked you how to build a new IT organization from the ground up, what would you advise? A Cisco Sales employee asked me that very question last week. Her global customer had recently spun off a new regional group which was planning to do just that –build a completely new IT enterprise organization, with new IT infrastructure, new IT architecture, and new IT processes. She asked me if there were any Cisco IT best practices I could recommend to their newly-named CIO.
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Tags: cloud, coc-business-of-it, collaboration, Fleet Management, IaaS, infrastructure upgrade, it best practices, it process, itaaso, itom, mobility, vendor management, vsem
Earlier this month, we received some great news. Cisco ranked 25th on the InformationWeek Elite top 100 leading-edge IT organizations. Our ranking is a clear result of how we are embracing mobility, analytics, and cloud technologies to cut costs, boost productivity, and essentially, provide the best possible user experience. A prime example of how we are taking great strides in adopting the consumerization of IT is eStore. Read More »
Tags: Cisco IT, cisco on cisco, coc-business-of-it, eStore, InformationWeek Elite, inside cisco it
As an IT leader, it is time to take your seat at the business table and understand how IT can stay relevant in this Internet of Everything era. A recent Gartner Insight highlights the importance of aligning IT strategies with business goals to “remain relevant beyond 2020.” The next logical evolution on the IT journey is to provide consistent methodology that’s embedded into the IT operating model over time. In order to accomplish this businesses and IT must start working together. Business leaders need to:
- Adjust IT so it can quickly adapt to changing business values
- Reduce complexity and the cost of operations
- Protect data, innovation, and intellectual property
Read the full blog in The Platform series of Cisco Blogs.
Tags: business of it, coc-business-of-it