Cisco and Apple: a collaboration steeped in technical innovation
Cisco and Apple collaborate on innovations that optimize users’ connectivity to the digital world by delivering application-specific optimizations between devices and wireless networks.
Advanced Mobile Malware Campaign in India uses Malicious MDM – Part 2
This blog post is authored by Warren Mercer and Paul Rascagneres and Andrew Williams. Summary Since our initial post on malicious mobile device management (MDM) platforms, we have gathered...
Advanced Mobile Malware Campaign in India uses Malicious MDM
Cisco Talos has identified a highly targeted campaign against 13 iPhones which appears to be focused on India. The attacker deployed an open-source mobile device management (MDM) system to control enrolled devices.
A Deeper Dive on Apple and Cisco
With the release of iOS 10, the Apple and Cisco partnership comes to fruition. iOS 10 allows apps like Cisco Spark to be built to take full advantage of the features in iOS 10. Ultimately, the goal of this integration is to allow users to keep using the iPhone the way they are used to using it – but have the actual calls handled by Cisco Spark. This delivers the best of both worlds.
Tips on Getting the Most from the Apple Watch and Your Wireless Network
Since the release of Apple watch in April 2015, a considerable amount of articles have been published on the features of the watch and how it connects to the iPhone through either Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Unlike those pieces, this article analyzes the impact of the Apple watch on the wireless network. The Apple watch is […]
Cloudburst: iOS 8 Generates 50% Increase in Network Traffic
Many network engineers recall the iOS7 update on September 18, 2013 as one of the most historic download days of their network’s history. All the more reason for us in...
Mobile Location Based Services Trends of 2013
The holiday season which began with Cyber Monday on December 2nd 2013 has just ended and analyzing the impact on mobile commerce sales and location based services unveils some very interesting...
How Does Enterprise IT Respond to Consumerization? To Mac, BYOD, and Whatever Comes Next?
There’s a new force changing the way Cisco IT operates, the way we plan and develop new services, and the way we support our employees. Consumerization is showing us how to help our employees to be more productive and more satisfied – if we can learn to listen and respond.
Extending Zeroconf Services: Cache Tuning
Introduction With the introduction of Cisco mDNS Service Discovery Gateway in IOS, customers that have implemented the solution are observing client behavior they haven’t seen prior to extending services across subnet boundaries. One of the effects is the duplicate name issue seen when devices with enabled services are moved from one L3 subnet to another […]