One Network for the BYOD Challenge
In my previous posts, I discussed with you the importance of unified policy and management as you respond to the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend. The Cisco Unified Access solution brings “One Policy. One Management. One Network” to help you with your BYOD initiatives. Today I’ll take a look at the third pillar of Cisco Unified Access, […]
Cutting Through The Techno-Babble
The Cisco Aironet 3600 features the Highest 802.11n performance with Cisco CleanAir™ technology and is the industry’s first 4 x 4 multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) access point with three spatial streams. It has add-on options for 802.11ac or Wireless Security and Spectrum Intelligence (WSSI) Module and standard 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) . All right. Who […]
Can Access Switches Simplify BYOD and Collaboration?
The increasing popularity of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) deployments, and collaboration applications is having a profound effect on networks. Learn how Cisco's industry-leading campus access platforms -- Catalyst 3K-X and 4500E switches -- deliver value across the entire lifecycle of BYOD, and collaboration.
Bringing VDI and BYOD together for a Unified Workspace
I recently hosted a live webcast on measuring business value with Cisco’s Unified Workspace Smart Solutions. The webcast addressed key challenges many IT architects and managers face when trying to determine the right metrics for evaluation when considering IT projects. It was great to have Jai Valluri who leads the Business Transformation team at Cisco […]
One Management for the BYOD Challenge
As part of my work at Cisco, I get to talk to customers very often. Through these conversations, I learn what works for them and what concerns them. Lately, I’ve been hearing a common theme from a lot of customers: in many organizations IT staff is small and not growing while they are being asked […]
Reflections from the Floor at NRF 2013
After a long day of showing the Cisco BYOD Smart Solution and Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences solutions at the 2013 National Retail Federation (NRF) trade show, I am waiting for a colleague to meet me for a well-deserved dinner. I had many, and yes there were MANY, conversations with Retail IT professionals, and nearly every […]
Registration Open: Is Your Network Ready for BYOD Webcast
Now that you’ve survived the annual gift-giving extravaganza (at least in the US) of the holidays, you...
One Policy for the BYOD Challenge
Several years ago, I had a conversation with an IT manager about his company’s network security that I still remember today. He said: “We’re losing our battle over internal network security. We cannot keep up with our vendors and contractors who bring in all kinds of devices to our network. We may turn our internal […]
The Year Ahead in the Classroom – Wherever the Classroom May Be…
After a well deserved break and perhaps a bit of indulgence over the holidays, we are now back to the books and looking ahead at what 2013 has in store for education. Last year we watched as school districts embraced mobile learning and universities relied more on collaborative technologies. Those that took the leap and […]