This week was Cisco Live 2012 in San Diego and I had the pleasure of being able to present to our customers, clients and partners on the topic of FCoE. There’s probably quite a few blogs and tweets about product launches, announcements from all parts of the ecosystem. Any many of you, my readers probably sat in quite a few sessions and walked the World of Solutions. In this entry, I’m not going to talk about what I presented on, but I though I’d answer the question:
What is it like to present? What do you see while you’re up there?
Mobility enables the extension of IT resources and application availability to anytime, anyplace, any way. Initially people thought that the “mobility movement” was just hype; however, it is definitely a reality, as it has become ubiquitous with efficiency. All of these new devices and social applications are bringing potential security risks to the enterprise and public sector organizations. The threat landscape ranges from potential data leakage to lost and stolen devices that may contain corporate and private information.
The question now is how can we address the customers’ challenge of enhancing productivity without compromising network security. Cisco’s AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client and the Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliances enable desktop and mobile users to connect to the corporate network, giving access to the network from any device based on comprehensive secure access policies. Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client works in conjunction with Cisco’s IronPort Web security appliance, the Cisco ASA appliance, and also provides integration with ScanSafe, an in-the-cloud Web security solution.
It’s that time of the year again…when Cisco’s annual flagship IT and communications conference, Cisco Live U.S., brings you the latest technical education and training, certification testing, and the opportunity to extend your professional networks. This year, the conference is being held in beautiful San Diego, with over 15,000 customers, IT experts and partners expected to attend. But don’t fret if you can’t attend in person, because content will be streamed live June 12-14 via the all-new Cisco Live 365. This content-based community and portal includes sessions from Cisco Live conferences around the globe, a totally revamped session catalog, social sharing features and an augmented World of Solutions. The best part? Access is free! During the event, you can look forward to the following:
Keynotes, Partner Super Sessions and press conferences
Selected technical sessions
Ask the Expert Sessions with live interaction with experts
Nearly 300 breakout sessions will be captured on video during Cisco Live San Diego and made available by June 20 -- View a PDF of the capture list here. Plus, you’ll find monthly events on a wide range of topics offered throughout the year.
Join colleagues from over 195 countries, without ever leaving your desk. Log in for the full experience at www.CiscoLive365.com -- access is free
Join us on March 21 in Cisco Live Virtual for Cisco Live Melbourne 2012, featuring a keynote address with Robert Lloyd. Cisco Live Virtual brings you the best of Cisco Live events held worldwide throughout the year. Now you can experience the energy and excitement of the Cisco Live Melbourne without ever leaving your desk.
A live keynote address by Robert Lloyd, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Operations, Cisco
Cisco and Partner Resource Centers with valuable whitepapers, videos, reference materials, and case studies
Answers to your toughest technical questions in virtual Ask-the-Expert Center live webcasts
Over 150 PDFs from sessions presented in Cisco Live Melbourne
Be sure to visit Cisco Live Virtual post-event to view 35 session videos presented at from Cisco Live Melbourne.
Join us on Thursday, November 18th, for our upcoming live Ask The Expert event, inside Cisco Live and Networkers Virtual. Ask the Expert events are part of our content partnership with the Cisco Support Community. Take advantage of these opportunities to get answers to your questions live, in real-time, by a Cisco expert.
The T.38 protocol has emerged as the de facto standard for transporting fax traffic in Unified Communications networks. However, to get the most from T.38 and deploy it effectively, certain design best practices must be followed. This webcast session guides you through these T.38 design best practices and gives you the knowledge to ensure that your T.38 integrations and designs are successful.
Speaker: David Hanes Date: Thursday, November 18, 2010 Time: 10:00 a.m. Pacific/1:00 p.m. Eastern Location:www.ciscolivevirtual.com