The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: October 10-14

October 14, 2011 - 0 Comments

Another week has passed and this one went by fast, don’t you think? Check out what Cisco has been up to during this busy week!

1.) A Silicon Valley in the Heart of London?

Check out this new feature on how the UK government and a Who’s Who of high-tech giants, including Cisco, are working to expand a new kind of innovation cluster in London’s East End. How do you see tech hubs around the world evolving in the future?

2.) “Mompreneurs”: Using the Internet for Fun and Profit

Never has it been easier to become an entrepreneur…especially for moms! Learn how women are using social media and the Web to build businesses that offer innovative products and services that make life easier. What social media services or products would make your workplace more productive and efficient?

3.) Cisco Desktop Virtualization Solution Brings Unified Voice and Video to Virtual Environment

This week Cisco unveiled the next phase of its Virtualization Experience Infrastructure (VXI) with a series of offerings and innovations that can deliver uncompromised desktop virtualization experiences. Cisco also announced endpoints that enable high-quality voice and video in virtual desktop environments – a development that could help redefine collaboration in the virtual workspace.

4.) Cisco and Citrix Form a Strategic Alliance

This week Cisco and Citrix Systems announced that they have entered into a strategic alliance to develop and deliver solutions that help customers simplify and accelerate large-scale desktop virtualization deployments. Through this alliance, Cisco and Citrix will drive innovations that simplify the deployment of high-definition virtual desktops and applications and improve end-user experiences over a highly secure Citrix HD-enabled Cisco network.

Here’s what to look forward to next week!

  • The Broadband Debate: Many believe broadband service should be a basic right. Country by country issues vary, but how can access be achieved? Learn more about this issue on Monday!

And that’s it! Have a great weekend and talk to you next Friday!

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