The mobility product and solution teams here at Cisco are honored to be recognized this month by industry experts at two global events. Mobility IQ not only won the top prize for the “Most Innovative Big Data Platform/Service” at the 10th annual LTE Asia Awards on October 6th in Singapore, but it also won the WBA Wi-Fi Industry Award for “Best Wi-Fi Service Innovation” last week in San Jose, where Cisco Hyperlocation also won the award for “Best Wi-Fi Service Solution for Consumers or Enterprises.”
Mobility IQ wins award for the “Most Innovative Big Data Platform/Service”
Cisco Hyperlocation wins award for “Best Wi-Fi Service Solution for Consumers or Enterprises.”
The most gratifying part of winning these awards is the common word found in each one: Service. The innovations represented by Cisco Mobility IQ and Hyperlocation are directly targeted at improving our customers’ ability to improve the mobility services they deliver to their subscribers.
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Today marks the 2nd anniversary of the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 which provides agencies greater flexibility in managing their workforce. It provides a framework for agencies to better leverage technology and to maximize the use of flexible work arrangements which can aid in recruiting new Federal workers, retain valuable talent and allow the Federal agency workers to be more responsive to citizen needs and be more productive out in the field. This can include situations such as national security, emergency response, cross agency collaboration, or simply, providing citizen services such as language translation.
Last year, more than 71,000 people pledged, saving $5,651,890 on commuting costs, gaining back 251,774 hours into their day, and removing 3 tons of pollutents from the air while refraining from driving 6, 413,006 miles.
Today, Cisco and Telework Exchange kicks off the third annual Telework Week 2013 – an annual global effort to encourage agencies, organizations and individuals to pledge to work anytime, anywhere from March 4-8, 2013. According to Rep. John Sarbanes (D-MD), author of the Telework Enhancement Act, “Telework Week is an excellent opportunity for thousands of people to try teleworking and realize the great benefits it can provide. A robust Telework program can help organizations improve the quality of life of their employees, while taking strides to protect the environment, reduce traffic congestion on the roads, and increase workplace efficiency.”
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