IT Transformation: Strategizing for Cost Saving and Investing for Business Enablement
IT organizations face several challenges: a globalizing economy, the increasing cost of IT ownership, business users directly going to public Cloud providers, the difficulty of operating complex environments, effectively enabling...
Indoor WiFi Location and Beacons: Better Together
In just two years, indoor location technology has taken off and attracted a lot of buzz across industries, from retailers to healthcare. But...
#HigherEdThursdays – Using Technology to Create Cultural Shifts
Thank you for being a part of our Higher Ed Thursdays conversations. Today concludes this series, and we’re looking forward to re-starting the discussion near the beginning of the school year. New trends are emerging for the next phase of our discussion, including how to secure your campus environment and intellectual property, how the Internet […]
#HITEC Higlight: How Cisco’s CMX is Delivering Profitable Outcomes to the Hotel Industry
HITEC 2014 takes place this week in Los Angeles, where the brightest minds and hottest technology in the Hospitality industry congregate in one place, with over 300 companies displaying the latest technology solutions to the industry. CMX is featured at the HITEC Convention in both the Cisco booth and as a part of the Hyatt […]
Are you up for the CMX topcoder Challenge?
Cisco CMX Mobility Developer Challenge is under way at topcoder. CMX Mobile Application SDK can be leveraged in a mobile application to provide indoor location and navigation for users. The SDK will connect with the CMX Mobile App Server to determine a user’s location, downloading maps, venues, point of interests, and determine routes for a selected […]
The Momentum of 802.11ac Moves into the Real World
Wireless is enabling change everywhere. According to Cisco’s VNI Global Forecast, wireless traffic will bypass wired traffic 40% by the year 2017. This is evident by the way many...
Quick Insights from the Big Boulder Data Event
On Thursday and Friday of last week, I attended the Big Boulder data conference, which brings together vendor, academics, analysts and practitioners of social data. The purposes were many: discuss emerging trends, acknowledge the issues and challenges around privacy and security, and make introductions to encourage discussion of how we all envisage social data technology […]