Jim Brady

No Longer with Cisco

Brady has over 20 years experience in corporate and agency public relations, primarily representing Fortune-500 technology companies. Prior to joining Cisco, he was senior communications manager for Microsoft's Entertainment and Devices division, where he managed media and analyst relations, as well speaker's programs and web communications, for Microsoft's various video businesses. He also served as PR director at Philips Electronics, where he managed global communications activities for the company's consumer electronics and digital set-top box business units. Brady holds a B.S. in journalism and public relations from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. He served as an assistant in Syracuse University's Sports Information Department and later served as a spotter and production assistant, for ESPN's college football television broadcasts.


IoT Takes Center Stage at Mobile World Congress 2016

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At Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona last week, we caught up with Ruba Borno, Cisco’s Vice President of Growth Initiatives and Chief of Staff to CEO, Chuck...

Managed Services Take Center Stage at MWC: DT, Telecom Italia and Telstra Announce New Services with Cisco

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Mobile World Congress isn’t just about mobility anymore. In fact, this year’s convention, which features everything under the sun that connects to a network and the underlying networking technology itself, is a clear indicator that Cisco’s vision for an Internet of Everything (IoE) world is not far off. One area of focus this year is […]

December 10, 2014


Key to Service Provider Success: Transformation Through Innovation

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“We are going through unprecedented change in the service provider industry – and it’s increasingly becoming a mobile and cloud-based world, with competition around every corner,” Kelly Ahuja, senior vice president of Cisco’s service provider business, told 70 international journalists during Cisco’s third annual Global Editors Conference in downtown San Jose earlier this week. “Change […]

You Heard It Here First: Cox’s Contour Hits 1 Million Set-Tops

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A little less than a year ago, Cox took the wraps off a beauty of a next-new version of personalized television, branded “Contour.” It’s a continuation of its service extensions earlier this year into screens “beyond the TV,” such as iPads, tablets, laptops, and smartphones. Until Contour, the app was called “Cox TV Connect,” and […]