Undersea Cables and Cyber Physical Risks.
Consider how disruption to submarine cables might adversely affect the security requirements and availability of your network connections.
In-Service Software Upgrades eliminate downtime from wireless network upgrades
In collaboration with Vishal Gupta Cisco IT has designed Wi-Fi networks with overlapping Access Point (AP) coverage and stateful, redundant Wireless Controllers for years. However, our AP upgrades have always required system reboots outside of business hours – creating scheduling headaches for IT, and potentially disruptive downtime for end users. Fortunately, thanks to the In-Service Software […]
Perspectives on the Future of Service Provider Networking: Distributed Data Centers and Edge Services
The future SP network should include a highly distributed DC and interconnect architecture in order to deliver optimized network performance and, thereby, superior digital experiences for customers.
What & Who You Know: How to get a job in cybersecurity with no experience
Want a job in cybersecurity with no experience? Learn the top 10 tips from leaders at Cisco Secure and Duo Security on leveraging your skills and network.
Perspectives on the Future of Service Provider Networking: The Role of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
A high level exploration of the potential for machine learning and artificial intelligence systems to impact future service provider networking. The blog outlines a path to that future and recommends getting started by simplifying existing network infrastructures and moving toward a common end-to-end forwarding architecture.
Perspectives on the Future of Service Provider Networking: Evolved Connectivity
The digital transformation in this decade is demanding more from the network. The world of north-south, east-west traffic flows is quickly disappearing. The evolved connectivity demand is for more connections from more locations, to and from more applications, with tighter Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and involving many, many more endpoints.
The SASE story III: SASE as a solution for remote workers
In collaboration with Jon Heaton and Roel Bernaerts In the last SASE blog, we outlined our aspiration to migrate to “Unified SASE” for most of our network. This unified approach provides superb integrations between SD-WAN, cloud security, end-point security and zero trust — all available through a unified services portal. For our third blog in […]
3 Risks Healthcare IT Need to Mitigate to Deliver a Better Digital Experience
Can you remember a time when telehealth appointments were the exception and not the rule? Oh, how things have changed! Recent developments have caused a surge in the number of providers, hospitals, and healthcare facilities establishing a virtual healthcare model—creating a new need to deliver reliable digital experiences for both their patients and healthcare providers. […]
The SASE story: How SASE came to be, and why it has quickly become the default architecture
What is SASE? Cisco IT outlines the history of networking as it pertains to the evolution of SASE.