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Cisco Mobility Bringing Collaboration in Motion

- May 19, 2009 - 0 Comments

Cisco continues its saga of uniting collaboration and mobility with Collaboration in Motion, a strategic approach with the goal of overcoming the barriers of distance and time that enable people to connect, communicate and collaborate. More simply put, Collaboration in Motion bridges the gaps between an on-premises wired network, off-premises cellular network and a high performance Wi-Fi network, thereby enabling a collaborative experience from any workspace. Essentially, connect devices, people, business processes, and networks to transition to a borderless enterprise and help businesses thrive.To do this, Cisco is investing in five key areas to help businesses put collaboration in motion over high-performance wireless networks by:· Facilitating highly secure connectivity across the broadest range of wireless devices· Developing a flexible, scalable, efficient, and high-performance wireless infrastructure· Transforming business processes through innovative mobility solutions and applications that use network intelligence· Building a best-in-class ecosystem of solution partners· Offering professional services for easy design and implementationTo learn more about marrying the powers of collaboration and mobility, read our announcement, and/or go to http://www.cisco.com/go/motion.Also, Cisco Collaboration in Motion is only but one topic that Cisco is discussing at Interop Las Vegas to redefine innovation and reignite business. Come by the Cisco Partner Pavilion (space# 1719) to will see the latest developments in the campus, branch, WAN, data center, green IT, security, mobility, and collaboration portfolio, including unified communications and Cisco WebEx.

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