Cisco is fortunate to have a passionate and committed team that engages consistently with education leaders to support their efforts to transform education and to help ensure that all learners reach their full potential. One of our communication platforms is the Cisco Education Blog, through which Cisco team members discuss the latest trends in educational technology as well as their personal insights and reflections on education. We also use the Education Blog to feature case studies that demonstrate how schools, colleges and universities are using the Cisco Connected Learning Experience to create 21st century learning environments all around the world.
That’s why we’re so pleased to be recognized by EdTech: Focus on Higher Education and included in “The Dean’s List: 50 Must-Read Higher Education Technology Blogs“. Read More »
Tags: edtech, education, higher education, IT
Until now, it’s been assumed that enterprise IT leaders probably view the current BYOD (“Bring Your Own Device”) movement with about the same enthusiasm as a farmer awaiting the next locust invasion.
A recent survey from the Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG), however, indicates that BYOD may no longer be a “four-letter word” in enterprise IT departments. In fact, the study of 600 U.S. enterprise IT leaders—all from companies of 1,000 or more employees—shows that, if anything, BYOD now has a predominantly positive reputation in U.S. enterprise IT circles. Read More »
Tags: Bring your Own Device (BYOD), Cisco, devices, Horizons, IBSG, IT, leaders, mobile, mobility, research, security, support, survey
The 2012 Cisco Global Cloud Networking Survey, which includes participants from more than 1,300 IT decision makers in 13 countries, was commissioned to measure the adoption of cloud services by IT professionals globally, while examining potential challenges to their cloud migrations. Below, we take a deeper look at some of the positive, negative, and strange aspects to come out of the survey.
On the positive side, 73% of respondents felt they have enough information to begin their private or public cloud deployments. This leaves 27% who claim to feel more knowledgeable about how to play Angry Birds than the steps needed to migrate their company to the cloud. While Angry Birds is a fun game to play, this wan’t the strangest result from this research. Read More »
Tags: applications, Borderless Networks. Cisco Global Cloud Networking Survey, cloud, Cloud Computing, cloud migrations, cloud services, interop, Interop Las Vegas 2012, IT, mobility, routing, security, survey, vdi, virtual desktop, WAN latency, WAN Optimization, wireless
We’ve all heard the phase that Good Help is hard to find. I would add that good help is in fact essential—especially for succeeding at complex undertakings like Cloud. In this short VoD from Cisco, Bob Dimicco offers several clear, concise examples of a few of the major issues facing companies moving to Cloud, and how good help is essential in navigating a path to success. Read More »
Tags: advanced services, Cisco, Cisco Services, cloud, Cloud Enablement Services, data center, IT
The future of the information and communications technology (ICT) sector is exciting. Every day, people are using the Internet, computers and mobile devices in new and innovative ways. ICT is changing the way we work, live, play and learn. And it’s opened up new employment opportunities that should appeal to men and women alike.
So, where are all the women?
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Tags: Cisco, corporate social responsibility, CSR, geek stereotype, Girls, Girls in ICT, Girls in IT, Girls in Technology, ICT, Information and Communications Technology, IT, networking academy, women, Women in Technology