In my previous Blogs I have talked about Megatrends including BYOD, the Next-Generation Workspace, Video and the Internet of Things. One unfortunate reality all of these trends have in common is that they are going to put additional stress on your current Network and Security Infrastructure and Operational Process.
TrustSec uniquely offers the welcome opportunity to improve and extend Security Policy Control and the same time make it easier to Operate and Maintain. This post concludes the mini-series on TrustSec. Previous Blogs have looked at TrustSec in the DC and applied to VDI. Here I have asked Dave Berry Cisco TSA to take a step back and look at the bigger picture from Network Access to the DC. Read More »
Tags: Cisco, Megatrends, network access, policy control, routers, SGT, TrustSec, vpn
Network World recently completed a competitive review of the leading Virtual Private Networking (VPN) products and the Cisco® Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) and AnyConnect™. With a long history of providing market-leading remote access VPN capabilities and optimal usability, Cisco is honored to receive this recognition from Network World based on their hands-on product testing. Read More »
Tags: anyconnect, ASA, Cisco ASA 5515, Cisco Security, cisco sio, vpn
Hello, and welcome to my blog. As a new member of the Enterprise Networking’s Solutions Marketing team, I’ll be writing about connectivity to the cloud, Software Defined Networking (SDN) and virtualized routing. You can expect to learn details around Cisco’s architecture and product offerings in these topics. Further, based on your comments, I can go into as much detail as necessary.
First, a brief background. I moved to the Bay Area last November from Boston after almost 20 years in New England (in Boston), so I will be musing about culture shocks between the two coasts. I may also learn to like the Warriors and Niners, but I will always be a Celtics and Patriots fan. Read More »
Tags: Application Visibility and Control, AVC, cloudrouter, CSR, CSR 1000V, LISP, mpls, MPLS CE Router, virtualized routing, vpn
On March 12th, Cisco announced the ISR-AX and how Cisco is changing the game, reducing complexity and making it simpler for enterprises to deliver and manage application delivery to users. Cisco is expanding the role of our Integrated Service Routers (ISRs) to deliver application-centric networks that provide granular visibility, control, and optimization without additional devices or bandwidth upgrades -- Cisco® Application Experience (AX) Router family is now a part of the ISR family of routers! The Cisco ISR-AX Routers directly integrate Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS), Application Visibility and Control (AVC), Data/IPBase and Security services into a platform that is simple to order, configure, and deploy for secure, optimized cloud connectivity and branch-office routing. The Cisco ISR G2 and ISR-AX Routers are based on the same hardware and software that you know and love and are deploying today. Today I wanted to go into the technical details of each of the components. Read More »
Tags: Application Experience Router, Application Visibility and Control, AVC, Cisco 19xx, Cisco 29xx, Cisco 39xx, cisco ios, ISR, ISR G2, ISR-AX, NBAR2, netflow, PfR, router, secure routing, vpn, waas, wan opt, WAN Optimization, What is the ISR-AX?
6,000 miles away from Cisco headquarters, the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client for Android was showcased at Samsung’s SAFE™ (Samsung for Enterprise) booth at Mobile World Congress 2013. The SAFE program offers enterprise customers the peace of mind to use Samsung devices for both work and play. As noted in this year’s annual security report, Android malware grew 2577% over 2012. Under the SAFE program, Samsung has built an enterprise mobile ecosystem and partnered with key market leaders to deliver tested enterprise-ready solutions on their portfolio of smart devices. Read More »
Tags: cisco annual security report, Cisco AnyConnect, Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client, Mobile Device Management, Mobile World Congress 2013, vpn