Who doesn’t know the Xerox company ? As long as I can remember, Xerox products have always been part of my professional life . In fact, even before working for a company, I used a Xerox machine.
Originally known worldwide as a print and copier innovator, Xerox today has established itself as a leading business process and document services company, delivering popular solutions that include Xerox Managed Print Services (MPS) and Xerox Cloud Services.
On December 6 , at 9:00 am PST , Xerox Delivery Officer, MPS Technology Tom Force will join Forrester Analyst James Staten (@Staten7) as well as Jeff Hanson and Rick Schlander , IT engineering leads at FICO Corporation to discuss with Cisco VPs Satinder Sethi and Jim McHugh(@JimMcHugh) how to maximize the value of cloud by making the right architectural choice. You don’t want to miss this one hour highly educational webcast !
In fact, after registering, and before joining us for this unique webcast, you may want to have a quick look at the Xerox cloud story , which is pretty remarkable!
“The Xerox MPS global delivery centers consisted of static rack servers that were difficult to scale due to multiple hardware configurations. The centers were also reaching capacity, causing concerns about poor response speed that could slow transactions and worsen system reliability resulting in outages. As a service relied on by businesses worldwide, Xerox MPS needs to offer a 24-hour service and could not afford downtime. “ Sounds familiar ?
“With its years of experience providing outsourcing services to customers, Xerox also expanded into the cloud with services beyond printing and print management. Xerox Cloud Services started with Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) before adding backup, disaster recovery, and mobile device management. With excellent features and services, Xerox Cloud Services is growing rapidly as a service that not only provides backup and storage, but also runs mission-critical applications for customers.”
So did you like this story ? Are you interested in getting more details on infrastructure capabilities that will allow you to achieve the full potential of your cloud deployment ?
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Tags: Cisco, cloud, data center, FICO, forrester, Network Open Programmability, Satinder Sethi, UCS, webcast, xerox
The rapid evolution of mobile technology has changed many things, from how we work to how we communicate with our families and friends. From how we play to how we learn.
Webcast: The Network Built for the Mobile Experience
It started with the simple convenience that came from the portability of mobile phones and has escalated to smartphones and tablets that weigh less than two pounds, yet give us access to nearly anyone or any piece of information we might need, nearly anywhere. We customize them inside and out, from the cases we put on them to the information we put in them. We organize our applications, contacts, photos, videos, music, calendars, e-mail, and information exactly to fit how we find things best. It’s a device, yet it’s all very personal.
As these devices work their way toward ubiquity in our consumer lives, they’ve become prevalent in the workplace as well. It’s not just that people have their own phones and tablets, but they want to bring their own devices into their work lives. Read More »
Tags: bring your own device, byod, collaboration, employee satisfaction, mobile devices, mobile users, mobility, webcast, your way
Enterprise video is truly becoming pervasive. According to Gartner, 82 percent of business executives record business videos on a daily basis, and by 2016 large companies will stream more than 16 hours of video per worker each month.
That’s a lot of video. But let’s face it – all enterprise video is not created equal. So how do you increase the relevance of video instead of just adding it to the list of data people need to navigate through every day?
Join Cisco for a free videocast series that explores these issues and more.
This 3-part videocast series begins May 24 with a discussion of the latest video analytics technology.
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Tags: enterprise video, video, video content, webcast
I don’t know about you, but I can get easily frustrated trying to sort out home network issues. When my connectivity goes wonky, I’m left wondering if it’s my modem/router, my service provider, or user error (hard to believe, I know). And that’s coming from someone with an engineering degree. Things would be simpler and less aggravating if I only had to place one phone call to problem solve. Knowing how much this puts me out on just a personal level, I can’t imagine why some businesses would elect to deal with networking on a much grander scale using a similar model of various sources of accountability.
When you rely on multiple vendors to provision your network architecture, accountability becomes diluted. While you might think you’re mitigating risk by not putting all your eggs in one basket, you’re actually adding to the complexity, lengthening time for problem resolution, and ultimately, adding to your costs—thereby creating risks that can be even more problematic. But don’t take my word for it. Tune in to a special webcast featuring Deloitte Consulting at 8am, February 23. Deloitte will reveal its findings from an in-depth study comparing TCO and risk in single versus multivendor networks. In fact, here’s a quick preview:
You’ll also hear directly from two businesses that participated in the study: Pella Corporation and Cadence Design Systems. And, if you’re still a skeptic, join the live Q&A throughout the web cast, so you can pose your specific questions to experts from Deloitte and Cisco.
After you see the compelling results of this study, you might just find yourself single and loving it.
Tags: cadence, Deloitte, pella, tco, webcast
Many believe that number 13 equals bad luck. And on Friday the 13th some may take extra precautions to ensure nothing bad happens. There are literally hundreds of myths out there around things that could bring bad luck: a black cat crossing your path, walking under ladders, and breaking mirrors, to name a few.
One thing that’s guaranteed to bring good luck to all, however, is watching the latest Partner Update newscast. What could be more lucky than getting all of the latest Cisco partner news in less than five minutes?
It’s been a busy week! In this newscast, we share ways that Cisco is simplifying and making easier to do business with us, we cover the top networking myths, new IT cloud and print solutions, give you a recap of our B2B lead generation and marketing webcast with tips on turning leads into customers, a way to turn your customers’ old networking equipment into money for you, showcase B2B blogging tips, and highlight our Tweet of the Week.
Keep reading for highlights and links to everything we covered in this week’s Partner Update along with timestamps so you can easily jump to each item. Read More »
Tags: 13, B2B, blogging, Cisco, debunk, facebook, friday, keith goodwin, master partner, myth, networking, news, partner update, partners, pulse, rob lloyd, social media, TAP, twitter, velocity, video, webcast, xerox