Enterprise Networking in 2020: 5 Trends to Watch in Wireless, SD-WAN, More
Networking isn’t what it used to be. The epicenter of networking has moved from company-owned datacenters to the cloud. Wireless networks also change how we connect our locations together, how we think about security, the economics of networking, and how we take care of them. 2020 is going to be an exciting year, where Wireless is not just Wi-Fi or 5G—it’s both.
12 Great Gifts for the Network Pro Who Has Everything
Struggling to find that perfect gift for the budding network admin in your life? Or maybe even the CIO? Relax, we have you covered, with gifts at all expense report levels. The Stocking Stuffer Velcro Cable Ties, about $3 for a roll of 25 This is the gateway drug to keeping an orderly network. Wrap […]
How Wi-Fi 6 overcame one of the toughest wireless environments on the planet
Mettis Aerospace has been at the forefront of metallurgical innovation for over 80 years, and now relies on network connected sensors, cameras, and robotics to manufacture their products. Cisco and its partners play a role in Mettis' forging, machining and sub assembly for the aerospace and defense sectors.
Stay Connected in Digital Spaces with OpenRoaming
Enabling customers, guests, and employees to automatically join wireless networks without passwords is good. Identifying their location, in real-time, to provide them with a personalized experience is even better.
Unlocking the Economic Advantages of Wi-Fi Through 6 GHz Band Access Has Broad Support
Today, Cisco, Apple, Boingo, Broadcom, Facebook, Google, HPE, Intel, Qualcomm, Sony and dozens of others applauding FCC Chairman Ajit Pai for his continued commitment to opening the 6 GHz band for Wi-Fi.
iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro: A Win for Users and Admins
Advanced capabilities in iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, and features built through Cisco's strategic partnership with Apple, make the new models excellent devices both for users and businesses.
Italy: Where An Innovation Renaissance Continues to Flourish
Even Leonardo de Vinci would be amazed by innovation in today’s Italy. From Venice to Rome and Milan to Naples, take an experiential tour of some of the world's most impressive digital breakthroughs.