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Cisco Live 2010 and Borderless Networks

June 28, 2010 - 2 Comments

Yesterday, at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, Cisco Live 2010 kicked off with what is shaping up to be a banner year for Cisco’s largest customer event.  Reaching over 18,000 people both personally and virtually, Cisco Live 2010 has evolved into the place to see and touch the innovations in networking, collaboration and virtualization.  Whether you are attending in person, or virtually, the secure delivery of content and ability to connect to any device, anywhere is delivered through Cisco Borderless Network solutions.


The way we work is changing drastically – including how we interact with customers, partners and suppliers. Collaboration tools are part of our daily routine. And while these tools provide a great productivity boost for the enterprise, they also present new challenges for the network in terms of mobility, security, and performance.


To gain greater insight on how customers can address these challenges through the Borderless Network Architecture, don’t miss the panel on Wednesday, June 30th at 12:30 p.m.  This event is titled “Architecting the Agile Delivery of a Borderless Experience”  and includes executive speakers Maciej Kranz, Vice President of Borderless Networks and Tom Gillis, Vice President/General Manager of Cisco’s Security Technology Group and author the of recent Cisco Press publication, Securing the Borderless Network. Key members of Cisco’s Ethernet Switching group, Access Routing group, and Wireless Networks Business unit will also be participating.


Following the above session, join John McCool, Senior Vice President / General Manager, Data Center, Switching and Services Group during his one-hour super session on The Borderless Enterprise: Driving Innovation from the Core at 2:45 p.m.  This session will help customers leverage their existing IT investments and offer more dynamic communication experiences for their communities. Approaching this from the customer perspective, McCool will address the industry trends and issues bringing about change, highlighting portfolio technologies that can help drive innovation from the core to build the right foundation for collaboration, datacenter-virtualization and video.


For more information on Cisco Live 2010 and other sessions or panels, please visit the main event page.  For real-time social media updates, sign up for the RSS feed and check out the Cisco Live Social Networking Community.  Follow @CiscoLive and @CiscoGeeks on Twitter for information on Borderless Networks during the show. 


Enjoy the show!

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  1. I was there , I didn’t realize there was over 18,000 people though …. amazing good work cisco!

  2. Managing Border less networks,”” covering perfect solution for both enterprises and service providers. Borderless applications seamlessly integrate cloud, web and data center end-user perspective is of one integrated application, so the application is organizationally, technologically and geographically borderless.”