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Cisco Cyber Vision: Under the hood

Cisco Cyber Vision: Under the hood

Date: 02/06/20 Author: Fabien Maisl It’s an exciting time for organizations that are migrating to Industry 4.0. Over the last few decades, industrial control systems (ICS) have enabled modern industrial automation. Today, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)...

The Evolving Cloud-Native Infrastructure

The Evolving Cloud-Native Infrastructure

Date: 02/06/2020 Author: Vijoy Pandey Over the last few years, we have been participating in a radical transformation of how modern applications are built, deployed and operated. Monolithic applications are being broken down into microservices and serverless functions...

Cisco Announces

Cisco Announces

Date: 01/29/20 Author: Sandeep Mehra Delivering Consistent Industry-Leading Collaboration Experiences Flexibility. Interoperability. Ease of use. When you need this level of excellence combined with exceptional video and crystal-clear sound—you call Cisco. Back in...

The 3 W’s in Zero Trust Security

The 3 W’s in Zero Trust Security

Date: December 20, 2019 Author: Cristina Errico Picture this scenario: you are a security guard at an office building. Today you are looking after a restricted area. A person you’ve never seen before walks straight past you into one of the rooms. Would you stop them...

Ransomware in Education

Ransomware in Education

Date: December 23, 2019 Author: Ken Dodson Guest Author: John Sellers, Stealthwatch for Public Sector at Cisco. Educational institution systems store a large amount of sensitive data, including student and employee records. They rely heavily on these systems for...

Attention Windows Users

Attention Windows Users

Author: Miranda Hebert Date: 1/14/2020 Cyber attacks are looming. On January 14, 2020, Microsoft ended all support for Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7. That means Microsoft no longer provides automatic fixes, updates, patches, or technical support. Vulnerabilities...

Being Remote Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Be Close

Being Remote Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Be Close

Author: Marcus Gallo Date: December 23, 2019 Remote Workers Using Webex to Connect Anytime, Anywhere I never considered myself as having an accent, but many of my US colleagues ask me where I’m from, and about my accent. Well yes, I guess that to them, I have one....

The Artificial Intelligence Journey in Contact Centers

The Artificial Intelligence Journey in Contact Centers

Date: September 9, 2019 Author: Massimiliano Caranzano I would like to share some thoughts pulled together in discussions with developers, customer care system integrators and experts, along one of the many possible journeys to unleash all the power of Artificial...

Drag-and-Drop Programming with the Meraki Dashboard API

Drag-and-Drop Programming with the Meraki Dashboard API

Author: Melissa Alas Date: December 19, 2019 Node-RED tools for programming with Meraki The new year is here, and chances are you have a list of tasks you plan to tackle once and for all in 2020. Maybe there is some learning, or “brushing up” you’d like to do on your...

11 Rules of Innovation from Cisco CX’s Chief Architect

11 Rules of Innovation from Cisco CX’s Chief Architect

“Even when we’re about three years old working with Lego blocks, we want to do something different, we want to build something unique with our own hands.” It’s clear that from a young age Cisco Customer Experience’s Chief Architect, Dave Malik, had a knack for...

ASi Earns Cisco Express Datacenter Specialization

ASi Earns Cisco Express Datacenter Specialization

Today’s data center architecture must support a highly mobile workforce, data-driven business models, and the proliferation of devices. It must also seamlessly incorporate cloud applications and services.    By earning the Cisco Express Data Center Specialization, ASi...

Enjoy a No-Compromise User Experience with Cisco Jabber 12.7

Enjoy a No-Compromise User Experience with Cisco Jabber 12.7

Author: Damien McCoy Date: September 10, 2019 Keeping Up With User Expectations IT departments today are well aware that the applications they provide to their users need to keep up with the latest trends – in terms of functionality, ease-of-use and design. In the era...

AI and machine learning are here—is your workforce ready?

AI and machine learning are here—is your workforce ready?

Author: Sarah Strothmann Date: September 6, 2019 Retail banks are taking artificial intelligence and machine-learning technologies and running with them. Armed with these tools, they’re adding speed and ease to banking and completely transforming the customer...

How AI Improves Collaboration in the Era of Constant Change

How AI Improves Collaboration in the Era of Constant Change

Author: Derek Stevens Date: September 5, 2019 Mantra for Successful Digital Transformation “We need to fail fast, innovate faster and be agile!” Over the last decade, this has been the guiding mantra for organizations undergoing digital transformation. I’ve witnessed...

Finally: Your Own Apps on the Webex Boards!

Finally: Your Own Apps on the Webex Boards!

Author: Kristian Sandvik Date: September 5, 2019 Introducing Web Apps on the Webex Board In my previous blog post Use your Cisco Webex Video Screens for More—Put Them Into “Signage Mode” I explained how we use a web engine to enable state of the art digital signage...

Don’t Let Your Contact Center Fall Into the Complexity Trap

Don’t Let Your Contact Center Fall Into the Complexity Trap

Author: Zach Taylor Date: September 5, 2019 Vaunted NASA engineer Gene Krantz, who directed the Apollo and Gemini space missions, was credited with coining the phrase “failure is not an option” in regards to solving the challenge of getting the Apollo 13 astronauts...

The Story of Webex Teams…Revisited!

The Story of Webex Teams…Revisited!

Author: Chris Palermo Date: 09/03/19 Collaboration Quick Talks Series The Collaboration Quick Talks blog series highlights ‘What’s Next in the Story’ and why we’re excited about the future of  collaboration. The Quick Talk was filmed at the Webexperience Zone at Cisco...