Bringing Context-Aware Security to Applications
Are you really who you say you are? This has long been the key question and the key challenge in managing user access to corporate networks and IT systems. In recent years, capabilities for context-aware security have expanded this WHO question to identify the WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, and HOW details for each login attempt at […]
Create Mobile Web Campaigns with CMX Browser Engage
In the last MSE blog, Reddy Babu talked about the new Location Aware Guest Captive Portal powered by the Mobility Services Engine (MSE). The MSE was first introduced...
Partnering with Apple on BYOD and Great User Experience
Mobility extends beyond devices. Yet, having the right devices and choice of devices allows us to work the way we’d like. In fact, Cisco is one of the world’s largest enterprise users of Apple products. Employees have purchased 33,000 iPhones and 16,000 iPads as part of Cisco’s BYOD program, and almost half of our regular […]
Enterprise Apps: The Next Wave in Mobile Transactions
Earlier this year, I was having a business dinner with an important client in London when I received an IM on my iPhone. The message was from a Cisco colleague, and it said, “I need you to approve a purchase order. Right now.” So I stepped away from the table, launched an app on my […]
Live from HIMSS: On Context-Aware Healthcare
This year at the annual HIMSS conference I had the pleasure of helping to coordinate the Context Aware Healthcare demo located in the Cisco booth. The Context Aware solution brings...
Demystifying the Catalyst: Cisco Context Aware Secure Access (Security Group Tags – SGT) Technology
In this blog, let us take a look at how Catalyst access switches enable and enforce context aware access to IT resources. Many types of devices, including laptops, smartphones, and tablets, are used by end users to connect to the network wired, wirelessly, and remotely through VPN. With bring your own device (BYOD) access, the […]
You Can’t Wait for Connected Mobile Experiences
Ten billion. That’s the estimated number of connected devices by 2016. That’s more than the whole world population today. According to data from the Cisco Visual Networking Index, mobile connection speeds and data use are anticipated to rise with this influx of smartphones, tablets and laptop computers. Mobile device users are increasingly always on, always […]