In a world of connected people, process, data and things, what would you connect? That is the question of the day as Cisco hosts an all-day Tweet Chat next week with WIRED Magazine.
On Tuesday, July 23 between 6:30 a.m. and 10 p.m. EST, submit an item you would like to see connect to IoE, and Cisco experts like me will be there live to talk about your idea. The latest ideas and conversations from around the globe will be featured on the WIRED.com homepage throughout the day, so be on the lookout for your ideas to appear in the feed. You can add your ideas directly within the experience on WIRED.com, or via Twitter.com. Either way, simply tag your tweets with #IoE and @Cisco to join the conversation.
So, what do you think should be connected to the Internet of Everything? Mark your calendars to chat with us live on Tuesday on WIRED.com, and join the IoE conversation on Twitter until then.
Tags: connection, Internet of Everything, IoE, twitter, Twitter chat
At a conference on developing sustainable, connected and scalable cities, Cisco hosted an international roundtable using Cisco TelePresence, a high definition, life-sized video meeting solution, with education thought leaders from Amsterdam, Brisbane, Hong Kong, London and Lisbon.
Some participants joined via a Dialogue Cafe. Under the auspices of the United Nations, the Dialogue Cafe Association is building a network of publically available, video-enabled spaces that make it easier for innovators, students, public leaders and businesses to connect and collaborate across geographical, cultural and sometimes political divides.
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Tags: classroom, collaboration, communication, connection, education, global innovation in education, higher education, K-12, student, teachers, technology, university, VET, video
Eliminate dead spots with the right wireless networking techniques
Most offices have at least one annoying zone, where a weak signal and dropped connections prevent laptops from staying online. A wireless router or access point can send its signal about 300 feet, but obstacles such as walls, ceilings, and even other devices can block the signal or cause interference , creating a dead spot. Whether you’re in the midst of designing your wireless network or you’re wondering how to improve your existing wireless LAN, follow these five steps to eliminate dead spots and improve the wireless coverage in your workspace.
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Tags: connection, LAN, network, small business, wireless
Introducing the Cisco Education Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) team!
Welcome to the first in a series of postings from the Cisco ANZ education team on what’s happening Down Under.
We’ll be providing updates on news, research and commentary across the higher education, K-12 as well as vocational education and training sectors.
Our first blog post focuses on Pymble Ladies College (PLC), an independent school in Sydney, Australia for girls from Kindergarten to year 12. It has recently partnered with Cisco to implement a range of video technologies for teachers and students to learn, collaborate and interact with experts in particular fields, anywhere in Australia or across the world.
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Tags: classroom, collaboration, communication, connection, education, K-12, PLC, Pymble Ladies College, student, Sydney, teachers, technology, video