Running Code for the Win at IETF Hackathon in Montreal
IETF Hackathon in Montreal hits its goals for advance the pace and relevance of IETF standards, and attract developers and new people to IETF.
Year in Review: Charting a Path Through the Fog
2017 was a banner year for fog computing and networking. From the OpenFog Reference Architecture to the first industry conference dedicated to fog, see how this pivotal technology is maturing.
The Importance of Standards, IETF, and Interop to Collaboration at Cisco
The IETF has been the birthplace of countless technologies – like SIP – that have made the Internet what it is today. Standards like SIP are hugely important to Cisco, our collaboration products, and to our newest platform, Cisco Spark. And although we may be in the “post standards era,” there are many areas where application-layer standards like SIP remain essential even as IP communications moves to cloud.
Evolving Security Disclosures : The New OASIS Common Security Advisory Framework (CSAF) Technical Committee
During the last few years we have witnessed how the cyber security threat landscape has evolved. The emergence of the Internet of Things combined with recent events have profoundly changed how we protect our systems and people, and drive us to think about new approaches for vendors to disclose security vulnerabilities to customers and consumers. […]
Summary: The Internet of Things: Why Now?
An excellent overview of some of the key topics that are top-of-mind for industry executives in both power utilities and oil and gas. Written by Maciej Kranz, Vice President,...
Governments Need Global Standards of Conduct for Surveillance
Privacy and human rights advocates, technology companies, and trade associations have today called on U.S. political leaders to reform the country’s surveillance laws. We add our voice to those calls. These reforms will help show the world that the U.S. Government is ready to lead the dialogue on global standards of conduct, and wants to […]
Wi-Fi Roaming 101
Wi-Fi roaming is often a tumultuous subject. The crux of the issue is, with Wi-Fi the roaming decision is left to the client. In the recent years, there have been...
Don’t Miss: [Webinar] Preparing K-12 Networks for Common Core Feb 5
If you've worked on a K-12 wireless network, you'll know that one of the main customer careabouts is adapting to Common Core Standards. Online testing and BYOD places even...
Is Your K-12 Network Ready for Common Core Standards?
What do IT and K12 Common Core Standards have in common? Forty-five states, the District of Columbia, four territories, and the Department of Defense Education Activity have adopted the...