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The Network is the Path to Accelerate Adoption of Cloud Services

Thinking about moving your document collaboration to the cloud?  How about data backup?  Want printing using the cloud?  You know there are benefits to moving applications to the cloud such as greater flexibility, lower costs and reduced operational demands and you’ve probably discussed this transition with your application team.  But have you had this discussion with the network team? Read More »

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Cisco Integrated Services Routers 1900, 2900, 3900, and 3900E Posted to UC APL!

August 21, 2012 at 12:00 pm PST

The Global Certification Team (GCT) is proud to announce the addition of the ISR 1921, 1941, 2901, 2911, 2921, 2951, 3925, 3925E, 3945, and 3945E routers to the Unified Capabilities (UC) Approved Products List (APL).  These routers have been evaluated using IOS version 15.1(4)M3 and have been classified as a Customer Edge Router (CER)

The Specific certification memos can be found as follows:

The Cisco® Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2) Family of routers delivers the borderless network that can transform the branch office and customers’ experience while enabling business innovation and growth. Supporting the operation of these innovations, Cisco ISR G2 routers provide a rich set of management capabilities that exceed and complement what is available through industry standards. This document discusses these capabilities and related management applications that enable effective operations of Cisco ISR G2 networks and services.

For more information on the Cisco ISR G2 routers, please visit Cisco.com

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Heck Yeah! WAAS Wins Best of Interop Performance Optimization!

Cisco WAAS Wins Best of Interop: Performance Optimization

I’m thrilled to announce Cisco AppNav for Cisco WAAS won the Best of Interop: Performance Optimization award. Cisco AppNav is a virtualization technology that enables customers to deliver high performance applications at scale from the cloud or enterprise data center. IT can use AppNav to address performance challenges created by bring-your-own-device (BYOD), Cloud, and Virtual Desktops. In the next several weeks, we’ll be announcing more details of this and a host of other Cloud Connectors. you can register for the big reveal here

This win is exciting as validation of our continuing commitment to innovation in WAN optimization.  This caps off what has been an exciting year for Cisco WAAS and hints at some of the innovative technologies we’re launching in June. Read More »

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Optimized Guide to Cisco at #CitrixSynergy

If you’re headed to CitrixSynergy this week, what do you hope to learn? You already know the big themes in technology these days – bring-your-own-device (BYOD), desktop virtualization, and cloud. What Cisco brings to Synergy are some great talks and demos that will help IT folks turn their VirtuBYODCloud initiatives into investments that will help them deliver flexible, efficient, and secure services to their users.  You can also look at CitrixSynergy’s Tips For First-Timers which seems pretty good.

Cisco and Citrix have what some would call a special relationship.  At Cisco’s booth [#202 in Moscone West] we’ll have quite a few great lightening talks showcasing how Cisco and Citrix technologies work together – from Optimizing Citrix HDX with Cisco WAAS to Secure Mobility for BYOD without Compromise.  Here is the full theater talk schedule:

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The Aluminum Falcon and Turning Security up to Eleven on the ISR

Suzuki Hayabusa Turbocharged compared to Cisco ISR web security with Cisco Scan SafeFor years, I rode a Suzuki Hayabusa, a hypersports motorcycle with a very large engine. Felt like Han Solo’s (he shot first, you know) Millenium Falcon when you opened the throttle – instant, strong forward movement regardless of speed or gear. Open throttle and you are heaved down the road. Thus, I had to name the machine something. It was a grotesque bronze color, so for a while I called her the Copper Rhino, but eventually I settled on the name Aluminum Falcon (Hayabusa is the Japanese name for a variant of the Peregrin Falcon) as a good play on the name Hayabusa and also because the intake system set up a resonance in the upper midrange that reminded me of the warbling cry of a Wookie.

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