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ManageEngine’s Netflow Analyzer supports performance monitor and mediatrace

June 7, 2012 at 12:00 pm PST

Early this year, ManageEngine successfully completed their second interoperability verification and testing (IVT) with medianet for its product NetFlow Analyzer  through the medianet systems management Cisco Developer Network  (CDN) program.

ManageEngine successfully completed the medianet IVT  for NetFlow Analyzer in February 2012. NefFlow Analyzer supports the medianet features performance monitor and mediatrace.

NetFlow Analyzer leverages flow technologies to generate real-time traffic reports that help in getting visibility into the traffic patterns in the network. It provides:

  • On-demand mediatrace poll for instant monitoring
  • Threshold based alerts for key metrics
  • Highly granular reports with extensive storage options

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So You Can Meet Over Video. Now What?

Traditionally, content from videoconferences was preserved only in the memories of the participants. Now, new tools to easily capture, transform, and share video extend the life of video and make it available to people anywhere, anytime, using any device. 

Join us for a videocast on June 5th 10:00 am Pacific, to explore how you can extend the reach and value of your  video content for organizational communications, business meetings, and live and on-demand events.  Register now.

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Meet the “Collaboration Generation”

May 30, 2012 at 10:30 am PST

There are seismic shifts taking place in our increasingly connected society. Mobile phones and devices aren’t just for staying in touch—they’re instruments of commerce, learning and entertainment. Social networking sites are creating communities of interest around any topic you can imagine—and whatever you’re into, there’s an app for that. Video is everywhere. Not just in the board room and on the desktop but the office lobby, the medical center, the sports arena, even the bottom on the ocean. And perhaps most importantly, Read More »

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Got Video? 5 Tips to Help You Create Compelling Video

In February 2012 179 million U.S. Internet users watched nearly 38 billion online videos, according to industry research.  Predictably, YouTube statistics are colored with consumer viewing behavior. But B2B online video viewing grew 27% from 2010 to 2011 and eMarketer estimates that B2B spending on online video will rise as much as 55% this year. Which makes it the fastest growing ad format in 2012. In fact, your B2B audience expects you to engage them via video. Companies that don’t utilize video as part of their marketing efforts are likely to use lead generation opportunities to competitors that do.

Having online video in your mix is a priority for marketing in the coming year. Here five tips to help  you create compelling videos to drive your business:

 Content is all around you – You already posses a wealth of content that can be reused, recycled and repurposed into online video. It’s tucked into the deep recesses and dank corners of your business. White papers, promotional materials, training videos, presentations developed for product briefings, keynote presentations given by your executive teams at conferences, panel discussions, interviews – the list is endless if you really look. Identify it, categorize it, and leverage it to engage your customers and prospect.

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Happy 75th Birthday to our Golden Gate Bridge!

May 27, 2012 at 12:05 am PST

According to John Morgridge, Cisco’s former CEO, the founders hit on the name and logo while driving to Sacramento to register the company — they saw the Golden Gate Bridge framed in the sunlight  and that’s how our Cisco logo was born.  They hoped the logo would shape the future, “convey something about creating an authentic life and making a living at something you believe in, in a place you love, with people you really like to be with”. 

Back in the late 1800s, the only way to cross the bay was by ferry.  It was in 1923 when California legislature passed the act approving the project to build the bridge.  On May 27, 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge finally opened, connecting San Francisco and Marin for the first time.  Back then, we built bridges to connect different parts of the bay.  Since then, we have built technologies to connect classrooms in schools K-12 and universities around the world.  Read More »

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