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Announcing the Cisco ūmi Mobile App for iOS and Android

Today, I’m pleased to announce a new addition to the ūmi family — the Cisco ūmi mobile app is now available for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Android devices.

The ūmi mobile app is a cool new way for ūmi subscribers to access video messages and recorded videos on the go. In addition, you can use your mobile device’s touchscreen to add/edit contacts easily with the onscreen keyboard, or even as a remote control for ūmi on your HDTV.

The ūmi team is continuing to work hard to bring new innovative features and experiences to our subscribers.  This mobile app is another example of how we are making ūmi the biggest, best, and easiest home video communications experience available.

You can get the Cisco ūmi mobile app for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad at the iOS App Store, and for Android devices at the Android Market.

We’ll have more exciting updates to the app in the future, so stay tuned!

Have you purchased your ūmi yet? If not, you better hurry to take advantage of this deal available until June 19th: Buy One ūmi, Get One FREE! Click on one of the logos below to learn more.

For those of you who are new to ūmi, you can also check out our blog and Facebook page to learn more.  We’d love to have you join us!

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Best of TechWiseTV 2010 – Vote Now!

December 16, 2010 at 9:39 am PST

Ok, now is the time to get your votes in…three top notch shows have been elevated as nominee’s for our ‘Best of 2010′ on TechWiseTV.  What is your favorite? Leave your preference in the comments.

You can watch them instantly in their entirety if you are one of the few that missed any -- I have included one preview here, the rest are after the jump along with a few personal observations.

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Cloud Ready WAN Optimization Solution with the New Cisco WAAS 4.3.1

Cisco WAAS Business Unit is excited to announce the general availability of WAAS 4.3.1 release!

The new Cisco WAAS 4.3.1 includes virtual WAAS (vWAAS) integrated with Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) and Cisco Nexus 1000V, provides uniform WAAS central management to the WAAS Express devices and improved optimizations for Cloud (SaaS) applications like Microsoft Office 365 (BPOS -- Business Productivity Online Standard Suite).

Cisco vWAAS enables the transition to public and private clouds and is a key proof point in the Cisco Unified Network Services (UNS) pillar, a central part of the Cisco Data Center Business Advantage architecture. UNS includes Virtual WAAS (vWAAS), Virtual Security Gateway (VSG) and future services integrated with Nexus 1000V and UCS that differentiates Cisco’s cloud architecture while enabling a gradual transition from physical to virtualized environments.

Cisco WAAS Express extends the WAAS portfolio by offering a cost-effective IOS-based Cisco WAN optimization in the next generation Integrated Service Router -- ISR G2 routers.  WAAS Express, WAAS on SRE (Service Ready Engine) on ISR G2, and WAAS appliances interoperate seamlessly as part of the Cisco Borderless Networks architecture.  Customers and/or Partners can take advantage of Year-End-Sprint offer as part of the router refresh program.

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It’s Bundle Day At Cisco

September 22, 2010 at 12:00 pm PST

Today we announced our regularly scheduled, semiannual (that’s twice a year, not every other year) group of Cisco IOS Security Advisories, otherwise known as our “Cisco IOS Security Advisory Bundle.” Security Advisories are disclosed by the Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) in response to vulnerabilities that have been discovered and/or reported, either internally or externally, in Cisco products. The term “bundle” was chosen since we now disclose a group of IOS-related Security Advisories at one time, as opposed to releasing advisories individually whenever they are ready for prime time. This one-at-a-time approach is what we had used for years until, back in March 2008, we decided to take the “bundle” approach, similar to Microsoft’s monthly “Microsoft Tuesday” event, which occurs on the second Tuesday of every month.

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