The ability of companies to innovate is more important than ever. To respond rapidly to evolving business trends, or change the way they interact with customers, companies need a powerful platform for innovation that can analyze huge data volumes to identify new customer patterns, adapt quickly to new market opportunities and adjust their business processes to maximize growth and profitability.
But how easy is this to do? What do you need to do to adapt to new business models and react to changing market opportunities?
Hear how Cisco, eBay and Adobe are fundamentally changing their customer interactions to capture business opportunities.
Find out more and join us for a Webinar on Thursday, July 17, to hear how these leading companies are using SAP HANA to change the way they do business.
-Bob Parker, IDC Group Vice president, on rapidly changing business landscapes in the digital world
-How Cisco is using the power of SAP HANA on Cisco UCS to transform sales forecasting and streamline business processes
-How eBay leverages predictive analytics to power their early signal detection system for sellers and buyers
-How Adobe delivers superior customer experience in real-time on any device by leveraging data from multiple sources.
Reserve your seat today to join us on July 17th.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Tags: Cisco, SAP, SAP. HANA, webinar
We’ve been hearing from some of our customers that they are interested in using Cisco Meraki in their branches alongside their Cisco infrastructure in their main offices, but were worried about having to deal with too many segregated policy management systems.
Good news: Interoperability between Cisco Meraki and ISE is here. Administrators can now define a single user access policy across on-premise and cloud-managed networks.With this interoperability, Cisco infrastructure customers can now deploy Cisco Meraki in their branches in the same network as other Cisco equipment, with all devices across the network managed under ISE for unified access policy management.
Read more about the Cisco Meraki and ISE interoperability in the blog post: Got ISE?
To get a free Meraki wireless access point and learn more about the solution, join one of our online webinars. See the complete schedule and choose from a range of webinars featuring Meraki customers, product and solution overviews, and topics like BYOD.
Tags: access, branch, byod, Cisco, cloud-managed, customer, interoperability, interoperable, ISE, main office, Manage, management, meraki, network, on-premise, policy, product, security, segregated policy management, single user, solution, webinar, wi-fi, wired, wireless
[Webinar] Mobilize Your Employees with Cisco Solutions for a Mobile Workspace
We discussed the considerations behind the Cisco-Citrix Mobile Workspace solution to set the stage for the CVD (design guide available now!) earlier this month, and now we’ve planned a great technical deep-dive for customers and partners interested in finding out more about the Mobile Workspace Solution. It’s going to be at 10am PST Wednesday June 4, 2014 (Click to Register).
Organizations are moving from just dealing with bring your own device (BYOD) and the influx of mobile devices to proactively developing solutions that use the full power of mobility. Because of the complexities and fluid technology horizon, this is often simpler said than done. Now you can simplify and accelerate your mobility projects by deploying a comprehensive mobility solution that has been tested and validated end to end. Read More »
Tags: access, Cisco, Cisco Validated Design, citrix, contractor, cost, CVD, deployment, device, employee, experience, Guest, mobile, mobility, organization, partner, performance, policy, rollout, secure, security, technologies, technology, time-to-market, user experience, webinar, wireless, workspace
Eight weeks ago, Cisco launched the Cisco IoT Security Grand Challenge, an industry-wide initiative to bring the global security community together to secure the IoT. Despite its overwhelming business benefits, IoT adoption also significantly increases security risks. So this Challenge is really just a blatant attempt to bring the best and brightest security minds to the table to help us find innovative IoT security solutions. Thus far, it’s worked – we have some fantastic submissions. But we know there are more out there and we’d love to see what you can do!
If you’re interested in learning more about the Challenge, please plan to attend a free one hour webinar on Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at 12:00pm EDT. Dave Evans, Cisco’s Chief Futurist, and Dr. Tao Zhang, Cisco’s Chief Scientist for Smart Connected Vehicles, will talk about why the Challenge is so important to the future of IoT, and answer any questions you may have. This is a live, interactive webinar, so bring your specific questions. I’ll see you there!
Tags: Cisco Security Grand Challenge, Dave Evans, Dave the Futurist, Internet of Everything, IoT, webinar
We had some exciting sessions featuring Cisco Prime Service Catalog at Cisco Live Milan a few weeks ago. In case you missed it, we featured two great customer case studies.
One of them was Steria, a multinational service provider headquartered in France who has deployed Cisco Prime Service Catalog and FlexPod for their cloud services and innovative Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) solution: “Workplace on Command.” You can click here to download their Cisco Live presentation, and check out their written case study here.
The other customer we featured was a Fortune 100 enterprise: none other than our very own Cisco IT. The Cisco Live presentation about their internal IT service catalog deployment (dubbed “eStore”) is here – you can also read a detailed case study write-up here.
[Screenshot of eStore: the Cisco IT deployment of Cisco Prime Service Catalog]
Adel du Toit, who heads the Cisco eStore project, wrote a blog post about Cisco IT’s initiative here last June. Led by Adel and her colleageues, the internal Cisco IT eStore has been rapidly evolving, and has been deployed for a variety of use cases, including BYOD, mobile apps, collaboration, communications, desktop services, employee onboarding, networking, data center computing, and much more. Powered by Cisco Prime Service Catalog together with Cisco Process Orchestrator for automated service provisioning, the eStore is the “one stop shop” for all IT services within Cisco.
[Cisco IT’s eStore: a unified IT service catalog for all internal tools, apps, and services]
Recently, the eStore upgraded to the latest version of Cisco Prime Service Catalog, version 10.0. The eStore has also rolled out a mobile user interface that allows Cisco employees to download mobile apps to increase productivity and reduce unproductive approval cycles.
[The Cisco IT eStore mobile version]
This has enabled Cisco IT to provide a consumer-oriented shopping experience for IT services to all our employees, not unlike their experience as consumers with Amazon.com and the Apple App Store.
Interested in learning more? Join us on February 26th at 11 am EST / 8 am PST to learn more about how Cisco IT is automating IT-as-a-Service via the eStore and Cisco Prime Service Catalog. You can register here: http://cs.co/6014eN9j.
And don’t forget to follow @CiscoUM and @CiscoIT for the latest updates.
Tags: app store, byod, Cisco IT, eStore, it-as-a-service, ITaaS, portal, prime, Service Catalog, Steria, unified management, webinar