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The Next Era of Networking Has Arrived! #CiscoDNA #CiscoChat on April 4th

- March 29, 2016 - 5 Comments

“Digital disruption will displace nearly 4 of the top 10 incumbents by industry over the next five years.*” It’s loud and clear – the digital era has arrived, with technology playing a pivotal role in today’s business strategy thanks largely to mobility, cloud, analytics, and IoT. Organizations in this digital transformation need to evolve their networks to adapt to growing business needs, since the network connects all things digital.

Don’t get left behind in this digital transformation. You can increase cost efficiencies through automation, protect your business with better security, and gain insights through analytics. The new Cisco Digital Network Architecture delivers on this with an open, software-driven approach, enabling the business flexibility and agility that both IT and Line of Business leaders now need.

Join us for the next #CiscoChat moderated by @CiscoEnterprise with Mark Montanez, CIS_218_CiscoChat_Networking_Twitter_Final@MarkMontanez Cisco Distinguished Consulting Engineer, from the Cisco DNA Architecture team and Zeus Kerravala, @zkerravala,  Principal Analyst of ZK Research to ask your burning questions on anything and everything Cisco DNA on April 4th at 10 am PST.

This is the tweetchat for you to wax on about software-defined networking (SDN) in the enterprise, controller-based networks, virtualization, cloud, network device programmability, network-enabled applications, the hardware behind DNA, and more. You won’t want to miss this!

* “Where to Begin Your Journey to Digital Value in the Private Sector – Economic Analysis 2015-2024”, report by Cisco and IMD.

See what the industry press are saying about Cisco Digital Network Architecture, #CiscoDNA, here

See the #CiscoDNA Overview videos here

For  #CiscoDNA education, go here

 

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  2. Please provide a link for the chat archive as I was unable to view the live version of the same. Thanks & wish you & Cisco all the very best.

  3. Looking forward to this. Getting Mark and Zeus both at once talking about #CiscoDNA is a rare treat.

    • Thanks, Peter! I'm excited that you'll be there to join the conversation! It's going to be great! Be sure to spread the word! :)