New Cisco Small Business Support Community
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Champions keep playing until they get it right – Security & Content Protection
Should you pay hackers during a ransomware attack or just disconnect from the network and ignore the threat?
Cisco Service Quality Management for Cable and Media
By Jan Bogaert, BDM, Service Provider Cable and Media, Cisco Services Two important consumer trends that have a high impact on the way Content and Service Providers and Cable MSO’s...
IoE and Big Data Part 2: Defining the Information Architecture
For an IT department, big data may be the largest and most complex challenge that comes with the Internet of Everything (IoE). We must be able to manage, process, and make that data available to many users and applications so they can turn it into valuable business insights.
Cisco Meraki Systems Manager Extends Enterprise Mobility Management to the Cloud
The industry is going beyond BYOD—it’s not just about simply connecting the device anymore: the mobile landscape has grown to include apps, devices and content, all of which require security...
Filtering Explicit Content
Many web sites provide a setting to reduce the amount of explicit, or objectionable, content returned by the site. The user configures these settings, but many users are unaware such a setting exists, or that it needs to be set for each web site. Additionally, the security administrator cannot audit that users have configured the […]
The Internet of Everything Is the New Economy
We have only seen a glimpse of what Internet of Everything (IoE) has in store for the planet. The change is much bigger than technology alone. The new IoE economy will profoundly affect people, things, data, and processes. Find out more in this short video, based on my article, The Internet of Everything Is the […]
Reducing Data Center Power Demand with Cisco UCS
Look at the operating costs for your data centers and you’ll likely see a big amount for the electrical power to run the servers, storage, networking components, and cooling systems. Since power consumption is an area where even small changes can add up to big savings over time, we want to take advantage of every […]
How Virtualization Is Changing Software Licensing for the Data Center
Erich Latchford In the days before data centers were virtualized, the licensing model for operating systems and application software was simple: 1 server = 1 license. But this model doesn’t work in an environment where a single physical server can host multiple virtual servers.