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Cisco Security Launches New Security-Focused Community

Have threat-centric security questions and don’t know where to turn? Wish you could engage with Cisco Security experts and your peers?  Good news! … (drumroll please)…. introducing the Cisco Security Community!

The Cisco Security Community is expressly designed to connect you with Cisco Security experts and your peers for all your security questions. Further, the Community is focused on helping you discover what’s new in threat-centric security alongside other leading security professionals. Plus, you can browse the latest videos, product information, on-demand webinars, and blog posts in a single location! There are subsections that allow you to subscribe to just the content you want to see – Cisco products and services, and security discipline focused “sub-communities” are just few of the options. Cisco Communities are set up to allow you to personalize your experience.

Take a moment to cruise around and get to know your new community better, bookmark the site, turn on those RSS feeds, and start engaging!

To get you warmed up:

We look forward to working with you to build a great community of members from experts to newer practitioners and high-quality content (with some community-only exclusives). Make sure to connect with me in the community and message any questions you may have!

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Learning Opportunities This Week With Cisco Experts on IWAN and CMX

This week we have two opportunities for you to learn about Cisco technologies from company experts as well as our technology partners.

The first webinar, How Smarter Branches Lower Costs,  is on Wednesday, December 11 at 8am Pacific and discusses how Cisco Intelligent WAN (IWAN) along with Akamai’s Unified Performance solution can help your branch offices can realistically utilize Internet as WAN for a cost-effective, reliable, and secure option.

A preview for this webinar is a quick video we did with Akamai in October!

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Win a Trip on Cisco and the Borderless Networks Week in Review

Blog PicIf you had US$15,000 to take a trip anywhere in the world, where would you go?  I’ve always wanted to visit Perth, Bangalore, and Brasilia myself, but sadly, I’m not elligable to win the Unified Access Challenge.  However, if you’re reading this -- you probably are!  Basically, you watch an accelerated TechWiseTV episode with JimmyRay Purser, Robb Boyd (with a short Ike video too), and then answer a few questions about Unified Access.

The challenge is open for three more weeks and there are a few versions you need to choose from. If you’re a Cisco Partner you need to take the Partner version.  If you don’t know whether you’re a partner or not, you’re probably not, so don’t fret.  Because for non-partners we have the challenge in both English and Spanish: Read More »

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Borderless Networks Bits and Pieces This Week & How to Win an iPad

In the next few weeks we have a couple great webinars coming up, we’ve recently been investing in our community, the Unified Access Challenge was extended until April 26, and the Supervisor 720 Engine for the Catalyst 6500 turned 10 on Sunday! Read More »

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Housekeeping Post – Where to Find Borderless Networks? Also, Theme Week!

Hi All!  This post is to give you an overview of where you’ll find Borderless Networks over the next month.  Some of the events listed are webinars you can attend, just click on the magic hyperlinks to register.  Others are conferences we’ll be at, and others are stops on our BYOD roadshow.   

Also, for this week & next the Borderless blog will have a theme week.  Theme weeks is something I’ve been wanting to do for a while and what better time to start than Halloween?  I am hopeful that theme weeks will bring out some interesting posts from some of our writers and will hopefully be fun for readers.   The theme for this and next week is, “Isn’t it scary”.  I know I’ve already broken this concept of theme week by having it be for two weeks.  But I really like Halloween.  If you have suggestions for theme weeks (or really hate this idea) please let me know in the comments.

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