The 5 Technologies that will Change Networking in 2019
This year, several emerging networking technologies will fundamentally impact how businesses and their employees connect. Good news is that each technology represents a solid opportunity for vast improvement.
2018 Enterprise Networking Business: A Dynamic Year in Review
Bridge to Possible describes what Cisco Enterprise Networking has been doing for years. Bridges connect. Bridges unite. Bridges enable collaboration.
Wireless Catalyst 9800 Platform: Secure, Always On, Deployable Anywhere
Cisco has been busy reinventing our wireless access platform to meet the current and future needs of enterprises on their digital transformation journey. It’s a catalyst for change.
Securing the Cloud Edge with SD-WAN
It’s at the Cloud Edge - the intersection of the network, cloud, and security – where businesses also face greater security risks, inconsistent application performance, and increasing complexity.
Intent-Based Networking: A Platform Designed for Change
Intent-based networks prepare an organization for growth and change. Learn how intent-based networking helps with business transformation at my presentation at the Gartner Symposium and ITexpo October 14-18.
Enabling Beacon Management at Scale with Location Fabric
A location fabric provides a platform for not only location and proximity awareness, but also the context of beacons and POIs, the apps they engage with, and the people using them, as well as a secure communication channels among all end-points and back-end systems.
Time to Get Serious About Edge Computing
As organizations design new applications incorporating remote devices that cumulatively feed time-critical data to analytics back in the data center or cloud, it becomes necessary to push some of the processing to the edge to decrease network loads while increasing responsiveness.
Revolutionizing WANs with Cisco IOS XE Software-Defined Architecture
Cisco is expanding our Viptela SD-WAN capabilities across the ISR/ASR router family with Cisco IOS® XE software. #SDWAN #Cisco