Wow! Learning Management Systems (LMS) have come a long way! Cisco Networking Academy had a vision for a network-based LMS in 1997, when we were founded. We had to build our own custom LMS, because there were no options in the market. Today at InstructureCon, an annual gathering of education technology leaders, I was amazed to see not only how far the technology has come, but how broadly the vision of LMS and education assisted by networking technology has gained acceptance!
I was so excited to share with the Canvas community that Cisco Networking Academy will be incorporating Canvas as the LMS portion of our new platform, Cisco NetSpace, which we will announce and unveil at the NetAcad Global Conference on Monday. As Networking Academy continues to grow, the ability to continue to innovate to deliver high-impact educational offerings to instructors and students will be critical. It was time to enhance the essential core business functionality with an engaging, feature-rich, and personalized user experience that incorporated the latest in educational best practices for learning solutions. The new NetSpace will deliver results today, yet is flexible enough to accommodate future innovations to help improve education through the use of technology and the network.
How can you immediately deploy and manage Cisco devices from the day they arrive at your organization?
The answer is ….. Cisco day-one device support.
As part of my series on Cisco Prime for Enterprise, I asked Pramendra Bajpai, Manager of Software Engineering, Cisco Network Management, to provide an overview of Cisco day-one device support. This Cisco Prime attribute accelerates the discovery, configuration, and inventory of Cisco devices as soon as they are plugged into the network.
Watch this short video from Pramendra to learn how Read More »
Welcome to the shownotes for TechWiseTV 78: Borderless Networks: Optimizing Application Velocity. Have you seen the show yet? It is live starting 10 AM PST November 11. All the talk about ‘cloud’ and ‘virtual this and that…’ from your servers to your desktops…its the renaissance we have all been told about before it seems. What is the most important ‘make or break’ reality ALL of us have to live with? Three Areas: (1) User Experience, (2) Resource Utilization, (3) Application Reliability.