Solving the Data Blind Spots in Physical Locations with Cisco DNA Spaces
The ability to identify and recognize data patterns is crucial, especially in physical spaces. Introducing Cisco DNA Spaces, a powerful, indoor cloud platform that puts an end to blind spots.
SD-WAN: What is it and how can you realize the benefits now?
Cisco SD-WAN holds promising opportunity for enterprises that want to use the Cloud to enhance their technological and competitive advantage. Cisco Capital flexible payment solutions offer many ways for your organization to realize the benefits this technology can provide.
Cisco Unveils “What’s Next” at Connections 2018
The past year has been very strong. We remained focused on execution and business results even as we worked on the integration within Cisco and developing new offers. This is thanks to you - our service provider partners - who continue to lead the market with over 65% share of cloud calling.
Improve Office 365 Connectivity with Cisco SD-WAN
As enterprises aggressively adopt SaaS applications such as Office 365, the legacy network architecture poses major problems related to complexity and user experience.
Cisco at AWS Summit Anaheim – Better Together…Again!
One more date, many new learnings from #AWSSummits. This time I’ll talk about AWS Summit in Anaheim.
Top 7 Multicloud Initiatives – Delivering on the Multicloud Promise
According to IDC, by 2021, spending on cloud-enabling hardware, software and services will balloon to over $530 billion. We examine key initiatives and how to stay ahead in a multicloud era.
Collaboration at #CLUS, Final Wrap: “Ahh, the Cloud” and Endangered Chickens
The final day of Cisco Live US didn’t disappoint. The week closed with a full agenda of sessions, innovation talks, and – of course – the celebrity keynote. Collaboration VP and CTO Jonathan Rosenberg made a room full of people nervous – on purpose. The session title probably provided a clue: “Worried About Putting Your Data in the Cloud? Good, You Should Be.” Speaking of nervous people, Bryan Cranston's celebrity keynote had a strange (and hilarious) focus on the fate of farmyard chickens.