Working Remotely Just got Better With OfficeExtend 600 Series AP’s
It’s always been important to remote workers to have a solution that provides both secure connectivity to their corporate network and simple user experience.With the recent Summer Blockbuster release of...
Get Your WLAN Ready for Google Android L and Apple iOS 8
This fall your wireless networks will experience many devices upgrading to the new Android 5.0(L-release) and Apple iOS 8 releases (cue: IT managers groan). There have now been...
What do WebEx QoS and Phone Troubleshooting Have in Common? Part 2
What do WebEx QoS and Phone Troubleshooting have in Common? If you read my previous blog then you’ll already know that the answer is Medianet. In Part 1 of this 2 Part blog series I discussed the new reverse Metadata capability, provided by a Cisco network, that allows an Enterprise to enable granular QoS marking […]
What do WebEx QoS and Phone Troubleshooting Have in Common? Part 1
What do WebEx QoS and Phone Troubleshooting have in Common? The answer is Medianet, which in conjunction with a Cisco network can provide an innovative solution for two very different real life problems. In Part 1 of this 2 Part blog we’re going to discuss how customers can use Medianet Metadata to provide a robust […]
UC on UCS – The Invisible Servers
Cisco IT completely changed our voice and video infrastructure in the data center – and nobody noticed! We changed the systems that Cisco IT uses to run ALL our voice and video supporting: 200,000 voice endpoints in 540 buildings around the world, 87,000 voicemail boxes 1600 TelePresence units 8.6 Million Webex meetings per year Our […]
#EngineersUnplugged S3|Ep6: Radio Interoperability
Welcome back! We take things to the street in this episode of Engineers Unplugged. Ronald Beck (@tallnetninja) and Mark Gonsalves (Cisco) discuss real world two-way communications when there are radio interoperability challenges. Enter IPICS server and the policy engine. Because you really want comms in the field to work. This is a great episode full […]
Lynn Wins Big with Cisco Technology – Successfully Hosts Presidential Debate
Lynn University is a 50-year old private, coeducational institution located in Boca Raton, Florida. So how was this fairly small and quiet school selected to host the final 2012 presidential debate? It’s booming with technological innovation. The school has long held the belief that student collaboration and sharing of knowledge is vital to the learning […]
ACE Network: Testing Desktop Virtualization for Mobile Employees
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure or VDI is getting a lot of attention these days. It allows companies to replace high-cost laptops with a lower-cost, secure device. It also allows employees to access a secure, cloud-based desktop from any device across the Internet. Desktop virtualization has been popular among the Cisco salespeople who are ACE users because […]