Norway’s longest running IT conference , IT-tinget concluded yesterday in the beautiful town of Tonsberg about an hour south of Oslo.
The event has been running for 31 years now and is organized and run by Cisco’s partner Evry.
This years theme is “#UserIsKing” , and Cisco hosted a special Retail Break out session along with Evry where Customer Experience and Engagement were the main focus. Read More »
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We’ve all been there, seen it, and even done it ourselves. We’re talking or texting on our phones while walking around the isles of our favorite store. Half the time people are in a venue they’re more fixated on what’s happening on their phone than what’s around them. What about those brick and mortars around us? How can they get our attention when our noses are in our devices?
The way people use their devices may never change, but the way in which businesses interact with their mobile phone loving customers can. Cisco’s Customer Mobile Experiences (CMX) solution provides businesses with the technology to leverage the mobile trend to their advantage by serving smartphone carrying visitors, guests, passengers, shoppers and students location-based services to get their attention.
Among these tools is a valuable set of API that can unlock location-based services, such as indoor navigation and push notifications to create a more personalized mobile experience. Read More »
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Today’s networks are an essential part of business, education, government, and home communications. Many residential, business, and mobile Internet Protocol (IP) networking trends are being driven largely by the combination of video, social networking, and advanced collaboration applications, termed “visual networking.” In fact, total Internet traffic has experienced dramatic growth in the past decade alone. Take a look at this interactive infographic from Cisco that shows key trends and forecasts the growth of global IP traffic from 2013 to 2018. You can choose a category and filter the geographic regions in the map to view the impact of global IP traffic. According to Cisco’s Visual Networking Index (VNI), globally, there will be 20.6 billion networked devices by 2018, up from 12.4 billion in 2013. VNI is part of Cisco’s ongoing effort to forecast and analyze the growth and use of IP networks worldwide. VNI also forecasts that global Internet Protocol (IP) traffic will increase nearly three-fold over the next five years due to more Internet users and devices, faster broadband speeds and increased video viewing. Global IP traffic for fixed and mobile connections is expected to reach an annual run rate of 1.6 zettabytes – more than one and a half trillion gigabytes per year by 2018.
So who and what are responsible for the projected increase in overall internet traffic?
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By Lisa Garza, Cisco Service Provider Marketing, Mobility Solutions
When we first started developing Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences several years ago, we had a vision that carrier-grade Wi-Fi could change how we interact with public environments. We knew that the rich information that Wi-Fi provides indoors could enhance our experiences while shopping, watching sports, attending conventions, going to museums, and seeing shows.
It is so exciting to see this vision coming to life all around us. One of the latest examples is the beautiful Stary Browar Mall in Poznań Poland. Stary Browar is more than a mall. It’s designed as a 50/50 combination of art and retail space, and the two come together to provide a unique shopping experience that can’t be found on the Internet.
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IDC’s SMB Survey comparing IT spending priorities in 2012 and 2013 concluded that the top three requirements for the network are performance, security and capacity.
How is designing a network different for a giant auctioneer different from other mid-sized enterprises?
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers is the world’s largest auctioneer of heavy equipment and trucks. They sell billions of dollars of unused and used equipment at hundreds of unreserved public auctions each year. What’s even more impressive is that they are able to do this with only 1300 employees worldwide. Read the full blog here Read More »
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