Where are the alarms in Cisco DNA Center?
If you are used to alarms provided by traditional management platforms you'll be both surprised and pleased with how Cisco DNA Center evolved these alarms to help accelerate the troubleshooting process. If you'd like to know more, this blog is for you.
The Business Why’s of migration to Cisco DNA Center
Cisco DNA Center has matured into a complete network management system that can streamline operations, providing IT agility and an improved experience for users. In this blog, Shai Silberman from San Jose State University examines why it is time to migrate from Cisco Prime Infrastructure to Cisco DNA Center
The eStore Vision Has Become a Reality! A Single Storefront for IT Services
Today’s blog post is by a guest author, Adel du Toit, who is currently spearheading the effort by Cisco’s internal IT organization to deliver IT-as-a-Service internally, dubbed the Cisco IT “eStore.” Recently, the eStore team took home multiple awards, you can read more about that here. (If you’re not familiar with the eStore, be sure […]
The Foundation for a Business Relevant Network
With the growing influx of new mobile devices, connected things, bandwidth intensive applications and more data, the network is more relevant to business success than ever before. Back in June...
Revamping the MSE User Interface
As part of the WLC 8.0 release, we addressed customer comments and revamped the user interface (UI) for the MSE. We wanted to make it easier for customers using...
Four More Awards for the Cisco IT Team and Cisco Prime Service Catalog
The Cisco IT internal implementation of Cisco Prime Service Catalog, dubbed the Cisco IT “eStore”, is no stranger to awards. Earlier this year, the Cisco IT eStore ranked in the InformationWeek Elite 100 and was nominated a finalist for the Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise (CITE) award. If you aren’t familiar with the Cisco […]
Staying Connected at Northern Kentucky University
Northern Kentucky University is among the fastest growing universities in Kentucky. It hosts over 15,000 students with about 13,000 undergraduate and 2,000 graduate students. The goal of the wireless...
TU Darmstadt Rolls Out Cisco Unified Access to Prepare for 802.11ac
Technische Universität Darmstadt, usually known as TU Darmstadt is a research university based in Germany. It was founded in 1877 and over the last 137 years has grown to be...
Portland State University rolls out 802.11n and 5760 Series Controller
Portland State University is Oregon’s largest and most diverse public university encompassing 50 city blocks, eight schools, 226 degree programs, 29,000 students, including 1,700 international students from 91 countries, and...