To read the first part of the Network Matters blog series that discusses how an architectural approach to mobility is essential for the Future of Mobility, click here. To read the second part of the series that focuses on how IT leaders can rely on a network to simplify the process of onboarding new mobile technology, click here. For the third part of this series that discusses how Service Providers can deepen their enterprise customer relationships by addressing pain points and meeting new enterprise mobility challenges, click here.
In the new mobile and cloud era, applications are evolving and changing the role of networking at a rapid pace.
In this final blog post of the Network Matters series, I’ll discuss how mobility is driving an application economy that is enabled by intelligent networks.
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Tags: application centric infrastructure, Cisco, cloud, future of mobility, mobility, unified communications, wireless
By Lisa Garza, Cisco Service Provider Marketing, Mobility Solutions
In the blink of an eye, a Hotspot 2.0 industry milestone was achieved last week. Cisco joined with China Mobile and 15 other operators to provide a Next Generation Hotspot (NGH) Experience to over 400 attendees at the WBA Wi-Fi Global Congress in Beijing.
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Tags: Beijing, mobility, next generation hotspot, Service Provider, small cell
Cisco will host a live backbone switching webcast on Wed Dec 4, 2013 to discuss BYOD, mobility, security and how Cisco backbone switching addresses these customer needs. This is the second webcast in the Cisco switching webcast series. You can view the first one, Cisco access switching webcast, at any time as it is now an on-demand video.
This backbone switching webcast comes at a critical time, as BYOD and mobility are creating major impact to the workplace. According to a recent study on BYOD and mobility,
- 75% of employees think that the IT department should help secure personal devices used at work;
- 63% of IT pros say the biggest network issue will be the increased bandwidth requirements;
- 39% of them say that network latency is a problem because of mobile devices;
- And 39% of them have seen serious issues tied to network performance as a result.
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Tags: Backbone Switch, byod, Catalyst 6500, Catalyst 6800, Cisco, mobility, security, webinar
Today’s law enforcement and government agencies are leveraging mobility to enable efficiency and ensure greater safety and security for the public these agencies serve.
In recent years, law enforcement agencies have turned to mobile technology to enhance wireless networks to deliver mission critical information. Other agencies have turned to software to help analyze citizen-driven information on mobile devices and crime in real-time.
IT decision makers in the public sector will face several challenges as they look for solutions in this growing mobile landscape that will help those in the line of duty. With that in mind it’s important for those decision makers to continue to support the case for innovative mobility solutions.
Read the full article: Government Agencies and the Future of Mobility
Tags: Cisco, Community Policing, future of mobility, mobility, Public Safety, security
When was the last time you looked at your mobile device? Minutes ago? Seconds ago? We can’t seem to live without them, and in the consumer space, new mobile services are popping up it seems faster than your Twitter feed can handle. Below are mobile consumer services trends from the latest VNI Service Adoption Forecast (2012 – 2017) – you can see Mobile SMS, Mobile Commerce, Mobile Video, and Mobile Social Networking are on the rise, as is the number of devices per consumer.
Many organizations are looking for ways to leverage this upward trend in mobility and innovative mobile services for business benefit – whether it be for increasing customer satisfaction and communicating how the general population wants to receive communication, or offering Wi-Fi so users are able to consume the mobile services they want.
Cisco has made a big investment in mobile location-based services (LBS) over the past year with the introduction of the Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) solution. CMX enables mobile users to adopt new innovative mobile services with an added benefit of relevance. Businesses can conduct mobile commerce, send texts, extend mobile video, or integrate mobile services with social media now based on the user’s location. Read More »
Tags: application, architectural approach, consumer, customer satisfaction, devices, ecommerce, innovation, innovative, lbs, line-of-business, location, location based services, location-based, mobile, mobile device, mobile LBS, mobile service, mobility, network, onboarding, Smart phone, social networking, trend, user experience, video, vni, wi-fi, wifi, wireless