I hope the week is going well for all of you.
I had a Small Business owner reach out to me yesterday to let me know how her experience was in setting up and configuring her new Cisco RV130W wireless router for her small business she started a couple of years ago.
She owns a small but growing business that sells unique holiday card tree displays. Growth has been amazing so far as word is getting out about this new product. I am definitely planning on getting one for our house.
Here is here is Laura’s experience:
“As a small business owner, I am responsible for all aspects of the business – from accounting and marketing to shipping and IT. I do not have time for technology that is hard to set-up or doesn’t work. The Cisco RV130W works exactly as advertised. It is easy to set-up, has been hands-off since the initial configuration and works – period.
I switched from an inferior solution that did not have wireless coverage for the entire office, connectivity consistently dropped, and was a drain on my time. I am incredibly happy with my purchase and will be a Cisco customer from now on.”
Owner, Social Fruitfly
For more information on Laura’s business and these awesome card displays, skip on over to www.SeasonsTreetings.com.
Tags: build your own network, business class, growth, quality, reliable, router, secure, small business, vpn, wireless router
Welcome to the Cisco Sizzle! Each month, we’re rounding up the best of the best from across our social media channels for your reading pleasure. From the most read blog posts to the top engaging content on Facebook or LinkedIn, catch up on things you might have missed, or on the articles you just want to see again, all in one place.
Let’s take a look back at the top content from March…
Tomorrow Starts Here
Explore how the Internet of Everything will change the way we work, live, play and learn.
Connected World Technology Report
Calling all IT professionals! Over two thirds of the IT managers agree that Big Data will be a strategic priority for their companies in 2013 and over the next five years as well. Do you agree? Is Big Data a strategic priority for your company?
Cisco on Fortune’s Most Admired
Once again, Cisco is honored to be on Fortune Magazine’s “World’s Most Admired Companies” List. Fortune tells us that the Most Admired list is the “definitive report card on corporate reputations.” Congratulations to our employees, and thanks to Fortune for the honor!
Understanding the Different Types of Wireless Routers
If your small business has grown and your workforce has become more mobile, you may be considering adding wireless to your network. Cisco explains the basics so you can identify which wireless router best fits your needs.
If you telecommuted for a week, how much time do you think you would save?
Don’t worry network managers; we’ve got you covered. Find out about Cisco’s solutions to Network Madness.
Check out the Cisco Storify feed for even more great content!
Tags: Big Data, CCWTR, Cisco Connected World Technology Report, collaboration, connected solutions, data in motion, Fortune, government, innovation, Internet of Everything, IoE, IT, mobility, Most Admired, networking, reputation, security, small business, telework week, Tomorrow Starts Here, wireless network, wireless router
Well the holidays are approaching and it’s about time to put your holiday shopping lists together. Did you ask for or are you planning on giving:
- Tablet like the iPad or Playbook
- A new laptop
- A new Smartphone like an Android or iPhone
- Internet enabled HDTV like Sony Bravia
- Xbox, Wii or Playstation
- Kindle or Nook e-reader
Well if you think about it – all these products above include wireless or provide capabilities for making them wireless so they can access the internet and give you a plethora of features and apps. All these gifts are going to need a wireless router so they can access the internet in your home. If you haven’t upgraded your wireless router in a while and you plan on bringing these gifts into your home – it’s a good time to think about upgrading your router.
You’re probably thinking why do I need to upgrade my router if it’s already working great? Well the answer is — Read More »
Tags: holiday gift, Linksys, wireless router, wireless-N
For anyone reading this blog post today, I have no doubt that if I were to ask you what type of mobile phone you are using; it will likely be a certain brand of smartphone. With advances in technology and apps provided to users, the days of the traditional cell phone are behind us. StarTac anyone?
Now what does this have to do with Linksys Home Networking?
As of today, Linksys is launching its first Mobile App, available on the App Store and Android Marketplace. For quick and easy access to your network information, you can download the free Cisco Connect Express Wi-Fi mobile app to your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Android phone. This App is for Read More »
Tags: Cisco Connect, home networking, Linksys, Mobile Apps, wireless router
Okay Linksys E-Series router owners, we had some new firmware upgrades to
our popular E-Series products including: E1500, E2500, E3200 and E4200.
The IPV6 support will help your router work correctly when service providers
migrate their networks over to the new Internet protocol. Downloading this
firmware will make sure your router supports their networks. Also if you
download the new firmware your router can automatically detect if there is
IPv6 traffic on the Internet port. If there is, it will be able to route
that data between the Internet and the user’s local computers. Cool uh?!
If you haven’t downloaded the new firmware yet – check out what we’ve added,
enhanced and some of the things we fixed: Yea – it’s Linksys being committed
to giving you the best experience possible!
Linksys E4200 – Maximum Performance Dual Band Wireless-N Router
Last Release Date: Sept 28, 2011
Last Firmware version: 1.0.03 (build 14)
- Added supports of Native IPv6 over PPPoE Internet connection when only keep alive option is selected.
- Added supports of Native IPv6 on guest network if there are more than two available IPv6 subnets
- Added supports of Native IPv6 on Parental Control
- Added supports of 3TB Hard drive with NTFS and HFS+ format
- Improved firmware upgrade stability
- Improved IPv6 WAN performance
- Fixed media server unstable issue
- Fixed Cisco LED flashing issue
- Fixed some minor bugs
- DLNA certified
- UPnP certified
- This build is certified with the IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-2 (Gold).
To download the firmware go Read More »
Tags: IPv6, Linksys, wireless router