This is your color-coded guide to VMworld, for the network
Sure, there will be a lot of datacenter-focused people at VMWorld. However, if you care about all the exciting things happening in datacenters, you should alao care about what happens once you get beyond the data center. Here is your short guide to finding talks, breakout sessions, and demonstrations on some of the network technologies you might want to know about. Read More »
Smarter and more connected communities – that’s not just a pretty vision, far off into the future. They are being built now, often on the basis of a renewed and intelligent city infrastructure. These communities have numerous advantages over other cities. Some of the most successful ones are approaching their development in ways that change how they deliver services to residents, how those residents work, how traffic flows are managed, how public transportation operates, and how real estate resources are best utilized.
We want those attending Meeting of the Minds 2012 in San Francisco in October as well as those watching via webcast, to build a world where everything is connected, intelligent, and green: from office buildings and appliances to hospitals and schools. Citizens will play a central role in that new world, working together with business and government and achieving unprecedented levels of collaboration, productivity, and economic growth. And it can all happen without compromising the integrity of our natural systems or our fragile environmental quality. Read More »
What do you think of when you hear the word “innovation”? For me, it conjures up images of space flight, the wonder of the first distance communication, and the dizzying array of ways we’ve learned to use the network in the past 10 years. We’ve seen so much change, it’s sometimes hard to imagine what could come next. That’s why I’m excited that Cisco is delivering EG Everywhere—virtual access to the EG Conference series, which has been called “the premier gathering of innovators in art and science, media and technology, entertainment and education.” The bottom line: three days of unadulterated innovation and inspiration from April 12-14. Talk about finding new ways to recharge and reset.
To hear about the power of EG, click on the video below and listen to Cisco Senior Vice President Carlos Dominguez describe how last year’s EG conference impacted him.
Stephanie Bennett is a research psychologist for Down Syndrome Education International, a UK-based charity that works to improve education for young people with Down syndrome. Stephanie does a lot of research into the development of children with Down syndrome and then shares her research with parents and professionals around the world.
Making communication simple, personal and immediate.
Before January of last year, she was relying on a website and newsletters to communicate but it presented challenges. “We wanted to find a better, more interactive way of educating those who need to know about Down syndrome in a more simple and timely matter – be it a parent or professional,” she explains. Read More »