AQA: A Faster Way to Index, Search, and Retrieve Large Volumes of Application Data
It’s an ugly domino effect: As application data grows exponentially—and more rapidly—by the day, the vertical stability of relational database management systems (RDBMS) saturates, and query performance degrades. These conditions undermine the performance of applications that rely on those databases, which ultimately hurts users, customers, and the business. Cisco IT has developed a solution called […]
Cisco Announces Acquisition of Synata
Today, I’m excited to announce the acquisition of Synata. Synata is a privately-held company based in San Francisco that will enhance how customers can search rooms and content within Cisco Spark, our business collaboration service. Cisco Spark is built on the Cisco Collaboration cloud and enables customers to message, meet, or call anyone, anywhere, and […]
Some tuning on Cisco.com search
We’ve done some fine-tuning on the search on Cisco.com: It should feel faster, especially after the first search you do Results should be even more relevant Popular features like the “information box” for key queries remain intact Let us know how it’s working for you!
Cisco.com Search Tune-up: The little things count
There’s a nice article by Web analysts SiteIQ this month about Cisco.com search, with the flattering headline “Cisco aces search again…” The post points out how we do little things like how we: 1. Link to Google for more search, in case you didn’t find what you were looking for, or if you want a […]
Some Nice Improvements to Cisco.com Search
We’ve made some important updates to the search experience on Cisco.com: For some top product searches, we delivering a “product information box” of the most important information in one place. We’ve done some significant redesign of the user front-end to improve the user experience Searches using Product IDs Significant work to greatly reduce the number […]
[Cartoon Catalyst Blog Series] Why deploy Pervasive Wireless for K-12. Who’s doing it and how.
Is there anything more annoying than a frozen screen? Imagine a teacher or student trying to utilize wireless technology on campus only to be let down by slow or spotty...