A few weeks ago, I went to Tokyo for the first time. I wanted to try the various cuisines this city had to offer.  After all, it is the city with the most Michelin star restaurants AN30169in the world.  For recommendations, I turned to my trusted sources: friends, family and the Internet.   I was able to gather tons of information on which restaurant to go to and items to try out from the menu.  Nothing says more authentic than a testimony of someone who experienced it.

So instead of repeating ourselves about how great the new application delivery platform from Cisco is, we decided to let you hear the story from your peers. Cisco ISR-AX is based on the industry leading ISR G2 with all the application services you need in the branch including Application Visibility and Control (AVC), WAN optimization (WAAS), and security. As customers centralize applications to the Data Center and Cloud, the gap between the users and the information they need is widening.  It directly impacts employee productivity and for some companies, their customer experience.

I would like to invite you to this live broadcast of the BizTech show.  Our host, Robb Boyd from Techwise TV will discuss this App Gap and how Cisco ISR-AX addresses it.  He also interviewed three customers, Quintiles, HDR and Cisco IT and hears they perspective on how they are dealing with the plethora of devices and applications traversing their network.

Brian Kachel from Quintiles talks about how VDI and BYOD impact his network and how Cisco WAAS improves the user experience.  Jim Graves and Jeremy Bresley discusses how Cisco AVC helps with identifying applications on the network and what to prioritize to successfully complete multi-year construction projects.  Cisco IT is a big customer of Cisco.  Cisco IT’s Brian Christensen and John Moe shows us how we use our own technology to manage a network of over 70,000 employees worldwide.

Join us next week, May 23rd Thursday at 8am PST.  Register here.


Allison Park

Product Marketing Manager

Enterprise Networks