What is video analytics? Why do I need it? Is anyone actually using it? Join us for a videocast on May 24th for answers to these questions and more. Learn how Moffitt Cancer Center has implemented an enterprise video content solution including video analytics to increase the usage and relevance of video throughout the organization. Didier Moretti, Vice President & General Manager, Emerging Technologies Group, Cisco will explain how to analyze the content of video and enable users to search, navigate, share and recommend content. Register now.
Social media is a perfect vehicle through which you can not only share customer stories but also connect with fans. While doing so, it is critical that you make sure the communication is always a two-way street. Relaying your fans’ messages through social channels will help build stronger, interpersonal relationships while giving you the opportunity to become a better listener as well.
Michael Brito (@britopian) from Edelman Digital, Gina Fung Ballenger (@FunGina) from Wells Fargo and Maria Poveromo (@mariapoveromo) from Adobe Systems had some best practices and lessons learned to share in regards to this topic. Here’s a brief 2-minute video in which these experienced social practitioners tell us their thoughts: Read More »
Using well-known network attributes like IP address or TCP/UDP port numbers for application identification and network classification is a thing of the past. More and more applications are opaque (e.g. video streams) and increasingly, applications are encrypted making network classification a real challenge for enterprises.
Introducing Media Awareness
Medianet media awareness is a suite of technologies to detect different types of endpoints, media and application types in order to deliver the best experience. The network can try to figure it out (implicit), or the network can be told by the endpoint or applications (explicit).
The last time I blogged about CCAP, we were checking the online anagram universe for words one could make out of “CMAP” and “CESAR,” then two competing labels for the work of converging the QAM modulators used by digital voice, video and data services in cable.
Happily for me (because the anagram selections were abysmal), it settled out as what is now “CCAP” – the Cable Converged Access Platform. Watch for it to be a pretty hot topic at next week’s Cable Show — and not just because we announced a pretty incredible new downstream line card (the DS-384) related to it. Although…
CCAP matters at this year’s Cable Show for the same reason it mattered last year: Because consumer usage of broadband is off the hook, and cable operators need to stay ahead of that very tight curve, because narrowcast services are Read More »
Screenmedia Expo is your chance to find out how to create compelling new signage experiences that drive business value.
Come visit us at Gallery Level – Room 1 to learn more about Cisco Digital Signage, a complete platform for interactive experiences in place. See first-hand the latest innovations and hear examples of how other organizations around the world are deploying video to revolutionize their business processes and communications.
Join us for breakfast and lunch on May 16th and 17th and hear Cisco executives discuss trends in the market.