Welcome to the Cisco Sizzle! Each month, we’re rounding up the best of the best from across our social media channels for your reading pleasure. From the most read blog posts to the top engaging content on Facebook or LinkedIn, catch up on things you might have missed, or on the articles you just want to see again, all in one place.
Let’s take a look back at the top content from February…
The Internet of Everything Economy
Cisco CEO John Chambers discusses the possibilities of the Internet of Everything Economy and the $14.4 trillion market opportunity for companies and industries worldwide over the next 10 years.
EIGRP: Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
Chris Le and Donnie Savage discussed the reasons behind Cisco’s opening up EIGRP as an informational draft, how this benefits customers, and Cisco’s plan moving forward. Learn more: http://cs.co/jlbYTeigrp.
Cisco StadiumVision Mobile
Who watched the Super Bowl last month? Learn how Cisco is transforming the fan experience with Cisco StadiumVision Mobile, a groundbreaking solution that delivers live video to fans’ mobile devices to create an entirely new experience in sports and entertainment venues.
What connections could a Public Super Wi-Fi bring to the Internet of Everything?
Collaboration: Cisco’s Approach
What really matters in collaboration? In the first of a series of blog posts, Cisco’s Rowan Trollope starts a frank conversation about what’s top of mind for IT, how Cisco is addressing these needs and how Microsoft’s approach is not hitting the mark.
Stay tuned for next month’s edition of the Cisco Sizzle for even more great content!
Tags: Barclays Center, Bring your Own Device (BYOD), Brooklyn Nets, Cisco Connected Stadium Wi-Fi, Cisco IBSG, Cisco Sports & Entertaiment, cloud collaboration, collaboration, conferencing, EIGRP, Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol, instant messaging, Internet of Everything, IoE, Real Madrid, research, Sporting KC, StadiumVision Mobile, video, voip
The future intrigues us all, especially when every now and then we’re able to catch a glimpse of what’s to come.
At Cisco, one of the ways we build our business and serve our customers is to think about the future and how technology innovation stands to transform the world in which we live. This approach is especially important now as the more than 99 percent of physical objects that are currently unconnected become part of the Internet of Everything (IoE).
And while we know that no one person or company can predict the future with 100 percent accuracy, we put a lot of effort into coming as close as we can. To make this possible, we have a Chief Futurist on staff – Dave Evans – who, in addition to his responsibilities leading the Cisco IBSG Innovations team, spends his time helping Cisco and our customers see what lies ahead.
In an event earlier this month, Evans and the General Manager of Cisco’s Emerging Technology Group, Dr. Guido Jouret, shared their top predictions for the future and the mind-boggling innovations that will start taking off in 2013 and beyond. If you’re up for a little crystal-ball gazing, here’s what they had to say… Read More »
Tags: 3D printers, education, healthcare, Internet of Everything, IoE, M2M, P2M, p2p, retail, rfid, robots
I had the great privilege of participating on a panel at Mobile World Congress 2013 along with our customers, Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone, and my peers from Ericsson and Huawei. We discussed the evolution of the Network Architecture for mobile service providers.
From the infrastructure to the user, everyone agrees that the future will both bring and be driven by significant changes to the Network. In particular, by bringing together access, network and cloud we will create new business opportunities and enhanced user experiences.
Let’s start with some technology trends and market transitions: Read More »
Tags: barcelona, cisco quantum, data in motion, deutsche telekom, internet, Internet of Everything, IoE, mobile, mobile world congress, mobility, mwc, quantum, Service Provider, visual networking index, vni, vodafone
March 4, 2013
“Is being a doctor enough or will the future doctor must also be a technologist?” Dave Evans, Chief Futurist, Cisco, kicked off Cisco’s Community for Connected Health Summit today at HIMSS 2013. With voice technology, augmented reality, gesture recognition and digital signage being implemented in the healthcare industry at a rapid rate, doctors are being pushed to their limit to understand and utilize these technologies to better communicate with providers, hospital staff and patients alike.
Evans stated that the exponential growth of the Internet is leading to more than 50 billion connected things that can communicate amongst one another, and it’s not a matter of ‘if’ the healthcare industry must adapt, but rather ‘when’ it’s possible to do so. There is an information explosion taking place and it’s not going to end anytime soon. By the end of 2013, we will create more information every 10 minutes than we did in all of human history, as of 2008. The zettaflood will place huge demands on the network. Demand optimized architectures for security, quality of service, and efficiency will be especially important for the healthcare industry. Read More »
Tags: Dave Evans, HIMSS13, IoE
Here I sit… In Mel’s Drive-In Diner, San Francisco, CA. I just inhaled the “El Ranchero Americano”, which I am sure to regret later, and am enjoying tunes from yester-year complete with Doo-Wop and Presley. You may ask, “Why do I care…?” Well, before this turns into an episode with Anthony Bourdain, I will let you know that I am in ‘The City’ attending RSA Conference 2013.
RSA Conference 2013 Video
Allow me to give you a quick background. RSA’s goal is to connect security professionals from around the world in order to continue the growth and importance of security as technology aggressively expands. RSA started these conferences in 1991 when internet security really became a topic of discussion. Everyone who is anyone is here, from start-up companies to our own Cisco.
Again, you might ask “What’s the big deal?” I listened to a keynote by Vint Cerf, widely known as ‘The Father of the Web’, he gave an ‘If you can imagine…” speech. In this talk, he said if we could imagine our refrigerator being able to ‘talk’ to us… explore the internet for recipes in which the ingredients are what we currently have in the fridge and have a list of those recipes ready for us on the door or emailed to us. Pictures on our refrigerator being streamed live from our loved ones as they are posted on various social media sites, keeping us in the loop with our families across the world… It’s not ‘If’, it’s most certainly ‘when’… We are currently living in the era of the ‘Internet of Everything’.
With this, though, comes the most important element: Security. How? How do we secure all of our information as we move forward? How do we secure billions of people while maintaining a ‘free moving internet?’ That’s why we’re here. We are here to discuss current security initiatives, evolving ideas, discussing the gaps in our current security… We are here to protect you.
As we move forward, it is absolutely essential to protect our ‘freedom’ to use the internet anytime, anywhere, and on any device. There are professionals working tirelessly in order to maintain that connectivity, and conversely, there are just as many trying to take our freedom away by disrupting our service and ‘stealing’ our personal information for their personal gain.
In our progression to ‘work our way’ in every way, we must stay vigilant and always on guard. I don’t know about you, but I do enjoy my flexibility and I also know I can sleep well at night knowing that there are people invested in my cybersecurity safety.
Until next time.
Tags: 21st Century Government, Cisco, cybersecurity, government, Internet of Everything, IoE, RSA Conference 2013, security