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ISE and IOE

At a recent offsite, the Identity Services Engine (ISE) project team, and our InfoSec and Mobility teams spoke at length about how we will tackle the challenge of getting all Internet of Everything (IoE) devices securely on the network. Cisco IT has an aggressive schedule for the deployment of ISE capabilities in our FY15 (Fiscal Years in Cisco start on August 1 and go to the following calendar year July 30). Read More »

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How Cisco IT Is Preparing the Global WAN for More Cloud Applications

Cisco IT is preparing our global WAN for employees’ growing use of third-party cloud services. Already we use more than 400 cloud services. The most popular are Cisco WebEx, Salesforce, SAP, and Office365. Read More »

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Leverage Those APIs

Cisco IT has always strived to improve the user experience.  It is often overlooked in some IT organizations, but Cisco IT has service managers who are held accountable for the feedback they get for their service sectors.  This focus on how we perform means we are constantly pushed to improve how users interact with the technology. Read More »

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How Cisco IT Plans Capacity for Wireless LAN Access

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Brett Belding

The capacity requirements for Cisco WLANs have held steady over the last decade—until now. The big change is more devices and more video use:  Read More »

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The Evolution of Guest Networking

As I’ve described in my previous blogs and documents, the first capability deployed by Cisco IT for Identity Services Engine (ISE) is guest networking. Guest networking replaced an older existing solution, referred to internally as NextGen Guest Networking (NGGN). NGGN relied on about 12 servers globally and had a large access control list (ACL) to manage. Deploying guest networking on ISE is a logical first choice for three reasons:  Read More »

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