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January 29th, 2013
Cisco is fundamentally changing the way it approaches network by prioritizing R&D to deliver a common user experience independent upon wired, wireless or remote access. In addition, to simplifying network operations and reducing opex, Cisco is unifying its product suites for One Policy, One Management and One Network to address the BYOD megatrend. Its approach is to deliver a unified access or holistic solution to IT business leaders that span both wired, wireless and remote network access with a common security, management and features framework. Cisco calls this new approach Cisco Unified Access. Cisco is also introducing a new converged wired and wireless switch – Catalyst 3850 switch. Jeff Reed; Vice President and General Manager Unified Access Group at Cisco Systems joins me to discuss Cisco’s Unified Access strategy and new Catalyst 3850 switch.
Duration: 15:26 minutes
Lippis Intro/Analysis @ : 00:03 sec
Question 1 @ 2:22: First would you like to add to my intro, that is what is Unified Access and what’s driving it?
Question 2 @ 3:02: What are the basic elements of UA from a product development point of view, that is where is Cisco investing to deliver UA?
Question 3 @ 5:07: Can you expand on the new 3850 product especially around the topic of virtualized WLAN controllers.
Question 4 @ 7:08: How does UA address BYOD, Video and security trends?
Question 5 @ 10:52: How much does IOS 15.0 Infrastructure play a part in UA?
Question 6 @ 12:47: What do you expect the business outcomes to be for those that deploy UA?
Closing @ 14:41: Summary of UA and its impact on business process.
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May 24th, 2011
By Nick Lippis, the Lippis Report
IT business leaders are being confronted with a choice: either embrace users’ freedom or liberty to choose a mobile endpoint and applications that they deem appropriate to support their work, or dictate a limited number of supported mobile endpoints and applications in which employees must choose? At the center of this decision are security concerns and control as the number of mobile endpoints connecting into enterprise networks skyrocket. A larger secondary effect is that employees are downloading low cost (99 cents to $4.99) mobile applications, which is changing the mix of corporate application portfolios without IT visibility but user request for support. At the same time, video communications is expanding throughout the enterprise and the endpoints it supports. IT business leaders can avoid this difficult choice and offer users freedom to choose the mobile endpoint and applications of their liking, and still maintain security and control by deploying a Borderless Network. In this industry white paper, we review market dynamics shaping mobile computing plus video communications and how a Borderless Network offers user choice, IT management control and in the process, a more productive and agile workforce.
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May 24th, 2011
To create a seamless collaboration environment for mobile and remote workers, Avaya has fully embraced mobile computing by integrating Android, iOS, BlackBerry and Symbian mobile endpoints plus Windows and Mac computing into its Aura core infrastructure. In this podcast Avaya’s VP of Unified Communications Product Marketing, Nancy Maluso, discusses Avaya’s UC mobile collaboration strategy and how IT business leaders can put this technology to work in their corporation.