When was the last time you went through a workday without emailing, conferencing, or researching on the Internet? If you’re anything like me, your day is filled with a mix of tools and activities in the cloud. In a workforce served by many clouds, our daily cloud impact continues to increase. Global data center traffic is projected to quadruple from 2010-2015, and more specifically, cloud traffic is forecasted to grow 12-fold during that period.
We all know that IT and business leaders are starting to accept, and in some cases embrace, the “bring your own device” (BYOD) movement in the enterprise and what the implications are for service providers. As we collaborate using our own devices at work, how is this affecting your security in the network?
Join Cisco experts on August 2, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. PT in an open discussion where we’ll take your questions and address your security concerns regarding BYOD and mobility.
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Cisco Prime Network Registrar is able to achieve a high level of efficiency and reliability because of its heterogeneous integration with the other tools operators are using to manage their networks. Rather than being a separate tool that administrators have to go back and forth between, Cisco Prime Network Registrar provides centralized resource visibility and IP address management. And, with the ability to scale to high user counts, it provides reliable management capabilities for even the largest networks.
This centralized visibility is an important capability for simplifying IP address management. For example, Read More »
Today’s reliance on the cloud extends beyond increased efficiency and agility into reduced power reliance and response to the unexpected. Innovative companies like NTT DATA, which we’re spending time with today, have transformed their business even during adverse conditions. The global data company was able to reorganize its platforms to slash TCO and achieve greater energy efficiency. By consolidating servers, NTT DATA reduced carbon emissions by 3,450 tons over just five years and actualized these benefits further for customers like Japan Radio Co. by combining private cloud with Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS). How will your business recognize these same cloud benefits? View the Read More »
With the rapid depletion of IPv4 addresses, migrating to IPv6 is no longer an option for many organizations. Part of the challenge operators face is that both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses will be used within the same network. In addition, individual devices will often have both types of addresses, making it more difficult to accurately view the current network topology.
Having to manage both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses increases the complexity of every task associated with IPv4 resources. When addresses are managed manually, operators have to first look up a resource’s IPv4 address and then configure the IPv6 address by hand. Operators then have to set up the address on the DHCP server as well. This simple operation takes several steps and involves inputting the same data into the system multiple times. Given that IPv6 addresses are four times longer than IPv4 addresses, this increases Read More »