It is of particular interest to me to see how technology can be leveraged to help care providers meet legislation requirements and improve care delivery and outcomes at the same time! One of our most recent examples of how this alignment occurred was through collaboration with Saint Thomas Health as part of the MissionPoint Health Partners pilot. We have been working on this project since 2010 to bring our Cisco HealthPresence Solution to underserved communities in Tennessee.
Cisco HealthPresence is one of the solutions designed to facilitate better and more regular care.
The objective is to help extend the reach of healthcare delivery, simplify healthcare communications, and connect patients with medical providers and specialists to enable examinations in a convenient and efficient manner.
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Tags: accountable care organization, collaboration, connected health, connected healthcare, healthcare, healthpresence, innovation, telehealth, telemedicine, TelePresence, video
DISA’s Customer & Industry Forum 2011 provides a valuable opportunity to see and hear how the latest technologies can help the Department of Defense better achieve its mission while introducing greater efficiencies at lower cost. Read More »
Tags: CCDC, Cisco, cybersecurity, DISA, dod, Integrated Collaboration, john chambers, UCS, video
Preserving a consistently reliable, accessible, high-quality video experience for users is paramount to realize the value of video conference as a business-enabling communication service. The better the user experience, the bigger the transformational potential of business video. Read More »
Tags: coc-collaboration, video, video management, video service
In the first part of this blog we discussed the transition from unified communications to pervasive video and the use of service discovery mechanisms and auto-registration.
Over time, the use of service discovery and registration protocols will become pervasive across rich media endpoints to simplify and automate deployment. It provides the foundation by which applications can then automate other aspects of configuration on the endpoints. One example would be to have a set top box not only automatically discover and register to its nearest content server but also to provide other information such as location to enable the automatic selection and streaming of the right content for that particular set top box. Network service discovery and registration provides the basic infrastructure to enable a fully automated application deployment; achieving true plug and play deployment.
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Tags: auto-registration, autoconfiguration, business video, enterprise networks, medianet, rich media applications, service discovery, video
While I was at Cisco Live 2011, I took a few minutes to interview Jason Davis a Cisco Distinguished Services Engineer who was on the team managing the Cisco Live Network Operations Center (NOC).
Jason and his team were engaged in all aspects of the Cisco Live NOC design, configuration, monitoring, and troubleshooting. I asked Jason to provide some highlights about the amazing results from the NOC and talk about the Cisco Prime network management solutions used in the NOC.
Jason and his teammate Joe Clarke a Cisco Distinguished Services Engineer, also presented a NOC summary session on the last day of Cisco Live. The session presentation is posted on the Cisco Live virtual portal http://www.ciscolivevirtual.com/.
Watch this short video to hear Jason’s summary about the Cisco Live NOC. Then continue reading for a list of NOC statistics and more information about Cisco Prime network management solutions in the NOC.
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Tags: Cisco Live 2011 NOC, Cisco Live Network Operations Center, Cisco Prime highlights, Jason Davis, video