Fundamentals of 802.11ac Wave 2
Wi-Fi technologies continue to pick up speed as 802.11ac Wave 2 is now making its way into new deployments. What is really happening within these latest changes and what do they mean for your strategy? Watch and learn as Robb Boyd shares the five most important nuances found within these advancements on this TechWiseTV Fundamentals.
How to Dress for the Camera
What should I wear on your video? We get this question all the time. As much as camera technology has advanced over time, there are still some important things to understand about how light is processed through a lens and what your choice of attire can do to mess it up. Our eyes are still better at adjusting to many things than a camera is. The color and the patterns we see will look different through the lens. When it comes to TV, you really want to dress for the camera to look your best. Some people worry too much - but it is good to have a little knowledge as to WHY we are asking you not to do certain things. I have divided these tips that I generally share into a couple of simple categories to make this as easy as it really is.
Inside Meraki and Cloud Networking
“If it seems to good to be true…” In this statement lies the central problem to a couple of guys with a career in networking: Meraki does some beautifully complex things…but in a deceivingly simple wrapper.
Smarter Routers for the Intelligent WAN
I really don’t envy the Cisco ISR team. It is really tough to be a leader and still out perform yourselves on a consistent basis. One could argue there is nowhere to go but down. I think is cool that TechWiseTV has been around long enough to chronicle the changes over time. Heck, many of […]
Explore Cisco TAC
Just another Call Center? Initially, I was not too excited about doing a show on TAC, Cisco’s Technical Assistance Center. This topic has been requested in various forms throughout the years and for whatever reason, we just never took the time to do it right. Until now. – Watch the entire Show Right Now– Cool thing about […]
ASA now with FirePower Services?
I get tired of the word NGFW because it tends to lend itself now to more of a marketing term. Anytime you hear that type of stuff it's like, "What makes it next generation?" If you look at Star Trek, what makes Star Trek Next Generation is they got android on the bridge. It's like, "So there's some differences there." More than just marketing.
One Data Center. Two Locations.
TechWiseTV covered San Francisco to St. Louis for the reality multi-site data center design.