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July 25, 2019

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Applications Running on Network Switches?

Why would you ever want to run applications on your network switch? Isn’t that a bit of a ‘distraction’ for what we want our switches to be doing? Maybe not. Application Hosting on the Catalyst 9000 provides intelligence at the edge. Now with support for NATIVE docker applications.

July 23, 2019

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Get More Out of Your Wi-Fi with Cisco DNA Spaces

Your wireless network can be used for more than just connectivity. Cisco DNA Spaces is a location cloud platform that will transform your Wi-Fi network into a powerful sensor that can unlock insights and trends about the people and things in your spaces. It also provides the tools to turn this data into action.

January 8, 2019

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Competing to win in the high stakes world of Cisco branded merchandise

Fitting rooms represent an overlooked opportunity for physical retail success. Cisco's retail 'lab' allows experimentation to identify the key ingredients for figuring out what works. The store is open for questions.

November 15, 2018

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Bridging the Skills Gap with Augmented Reality

What do Boeing and Pokemon Go have in common? Hear how @Upskillio brings the use of #AR to the workplace. @techwisetv @Cisco_Invests #ciscochat

October 15, 2018

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TechWiseTV features the Cisco UCS C4200

Arvie Martin and Marc Schneider join us to discuss the new Cisco UCS C4200 Rack Server Chassis. Watch the show, then join our Thursday workshop to learn more.

September 8, 2018

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What is SD-WAN?

When SD-WAN is done right, it should offer a simplified ability to route enterprise traffic in a secure manner with a consistent quality of experience that is as good or better than what you are doing now.

Sign Up Now for TechWise TV Workshop: Intelligent Capture

July 17, 2018 is your lucky day because #Cisco experts Taranpreet Kohli and Min Se Kim will discuss Cisco Intelligent Capture. #WiFi

May 15, 2018

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Stealthwatch Cloud on TechWiseTV

Is it possible that security could actually be easier for cloud vs. your on-prem infrastructure?