Last week we kicked off the first webinar of a new 5-part Cisco Unified Access webinar series. Many of you joined the event and I was very happy to see your questions and discussions during the broadcast. The event was a high level overview of industry challenges with BYOD, mobility and the Internet of Everything, as well as how Cisco Unified Access can help address these challenges with the One Policy, One Management, One Network approach.
Next week on Wednesday April 17, we will have the 2nd live broadcast of the Cisco Unified Access webinar series. We will have excellent technical content to dig deeper into the subject of “One Network”, specifically converged wired and wireless access (CLICK HERE TO REGISTER) and we will be covering a lot of technical topics such as your above questions. See more a the Borderless Blog.
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Rogue access points and unauthorized access, DDoS or penetration attacks, evil twin attacks – all mobile security issues that can keep you awake at night. But do you know the difference between compliance and enterprise security? Being compliant is not synonymous with being secure, that’s why our webcast on April 16, is focused on how to bridge the gap between PCI compliance and security to minimize the impact of an attack.
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Recently, there’s been a significant amount of media attention on different company policies around teleworking and flexible working practices. This has sparked a lively debate across the internet; opinions have been cast for and against this transformation in culture. So, will this action have any repercussions on employee motivation and productivity?
The availability of remote and flexible working options can potentially improve employee morale, and worker productivity. A recent poll conducted by Staples Advantage (March 2013) found that 93% of US employees believed that working away from the office was beneficial for staff and managers. The research also showed the 75% of business decision makers noticed that employees were happier when they were allowed to work remotely and 53% said they were more productive. Read More »
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By the year 2015, connected mobile devices will overtake desktop usage and Wi-Fi access traffic will surpass wired access traffic. From 2012 to 2017, mobile data will grow 13-fold. Looking at statistics like these, it’s clear that mobility isn’t just another trend or hot topic – it’s a fundamental transformation of how businesses and their employees access information and accomplish work. And it’s creating more opportunities for Cisco partners to engage with customers than ever before.
But the mobility opportunity is more than just a discussion of one or two technologies. A true mobility conversation includes examining your customers’ mobile workforce strategies and taking a solutions-based approach to increasing worker productivity.
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Tags: BYOD Smart Solution, Cisco, edison peres, jabber, mobility, partner, vxi
As some of you already know, we’ve teamed up with the popular wireless networking podcast “No Strings Attached” to release a mobility podcast series. We’ve recorded 6 podcasts, and counting!
Stay tuned for future podcasts!
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