Steven Boutelle, Vice President, Cisco Global Government Solutions Group would like to share some of the latest updates to the Internet Routing in Space (IRIS) program and provide an expert’s overview on where the satellite industry stands today. Watch Steven’s interview below!
To further assist in moving IRIS forward, TeleCommunications Systems, Inc. has been selected as an exclusive service provider. This is another milestone in the long-term collaboration between TCS and Cisco in an effort to move IRIS onward.
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Tags: Cable Operators, channel partner, Cisco, Collaborative, Energy, European Markets, GGSG, global government solutions group, Government/Defense, Internet Router in Space IRIS, mobile operators, mobility, Public Safety, routing, satellite communication, Steve Boutille, Technology innovation and development, unified communications, utilities, video, wireless carriers
Last week Carol Ferrara Zarb, industry solution manager sat down with me and talked about the work being done at Cisco around helping merchants address the Payment Card Industry Data Security (PCI DSS) 2.0 standards released last year.
Cisco will be hosting a webinar april 14th 10:00am PT hosted by Lindsay Parker, global director of retail industry marketing with guests including:
- Christopher Novak, Managing Principal, Investigative Response, Verizon Business Security Solutions
- Danny Dhillon, Principal, Security Engineer, RSA
- Rob McIndoe, Senior Security Consultant, Verizon Business Security Solutions
where Carol Zarb and Cisco retail architect Christian Janoff will discuss Cisco’s solution to help merchants address and maintain PCI compliance.
Some facts about Cisco and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS)
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Tags: credit card, payment card industry, pci, routing, routing and switching, security, wireless
Connecting your employees and your business to the world is an absolute requirement in today’s always-on environment. As large files and streaming video become more common, even a small office needs a combination of performance and security to help keep employees productive, whether they are working in the office or on the road.
The Cisco RV220W Network Security Firewall delivers high-performance, highly secure, flexible wired and wireless connectivity—to the Internet, other offices, and employees working remotely—in a device that is easy to use and affordable for a small office.
- Gigabit Ethernet connections on all ports and a built-in wireless-N access point, provide high throughput for transferring large files and rich media content, to improve productivity
- High Speed Selectable dual-band wireless access point, improves throughput and coverage and helps reduce interference
- Flexible, highly secure VPN Connectivity – Hybrid VPN (IPsec and SSL VPN) features enable secure access for other offices, employees working remotely, and business partners
- Cisco web security service (optional), delivers cloud-based URL flitting and web threat protection for added security
- Intuitive, browser-based device manager makes installation and use easy
Don’t believe us? Please check out this great review for RV220W on SmallNetBuilder.com for yourself!
“Cisco’s RV 220W is positioned to become the go-to router for small business”
Tags: routing, small business
Andrew and I missed our college days so much that we decided to join the spring break revelers and film Partner Update from sunny Coronado Beach in San Diego, California. In this episode, we’ll be delving into such important spring break topics as:
- SPF 15 vs. SPF 20? Choose the right SPF for you!
- Survival Guide: What to do if your friends bury you under sand while you’re napping.
- Salt water – more nutritious than you realize.
Watch our special “Spring Break Survival Guide” edition of Partner Update.
Curious about how to prepare for your upcoming spring break?
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Small is beautiful, cybercriminals agree.
Attacks on businesses of all sizes occur in essentially the same way. But they succeed much more often on smaller companies than on larger ones.
Information Week Analytics refers to small businesses as “filet mignon” for hackers and malware; it says the primary threat is external penetration into the business’s network.
Small businesses often rely on cheap, consumer-class technology, even at the external network interface—the router. Cheap routers jeopardize security, operational efficiency, and employee productivity. Their cost structure simply precludes business-class performance and security.
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Tags: routing, security, small business