Cisco Starts The End Of Resellers And Middlemen

Cisco Predictive Services seems likely to mark the end of the reseller channel as we know it. Cisco’s announcement of Predictive Service is wrapped up in an unusual level of bombast and hyperbole. Glossy videos, fancy graphics, and unusually bloviated Continue reading Cisco Starts The End Of Resellers And Middlemen

Designing High-Performing Wi-Fi Networks for the Enterprise

High‑performing Wi‑Fi networks are absolutely critical in today’s enterprise environment; without them, customers, employees, and business operations can all be negatively impacted. Problem is, these high‑performing Wi‑Fi networks are not always simple to design in complex enterprise environments where the Continue reading Designing High-Performing Wi-Fi Networks for the Enterprise

Cisco ACI 3.0 Connects Multiple Data Centers, Embraces Kubernetes

Cisco recently announced ACI 3.0, the latest release of the company’s data center fabric product. New features in 3.0 include the ability to connect and manage geographically disparate data centers (what Cisco calls ACI Multi-Site), and integration with Kubernetes container Continue reading Cisco ACI 3.0 Connects Multiple Data Centers, Embraces Kubernetes

5 cloud computing trends to prepare for in 2018

As we enter the last quarter of 2017, business and IT executives are turning more of their attention to how they can use technology to accomplish their 2018 business objectives. We’ve compiled a list of five trends in cloud computing Continue reading 5 cloud computing trends to prepare for in 2018

25% off SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I card with Adapter – Deal Alert

SanDisk has discounted some cards today on Amazon. Their Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I card with Adapter is currently listed for $11.19, which is $0.61 cheaper than the 16GB model. Today they’ve also priced the 64GB model at $17.99, 128GB for Continue reading 25% off SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I card with Adapter – Deal Alert

Cisco brings intent-based networking to the data center

A decade ago, one of the big knocks on Cisco was that its products were difficult to deploy and often even harder to manage. Over the past few years, though, particularly since Chuck Robbins took the helm as CEO, the Continue reading Cisco brings intent-based networking to the data center

Designing a content delivery strategy

Technologies like content delivery networks, cloud compute and storage, container schedulers, load balancers, web application firewalls, DDoS mitigation services and many more make up the building blocks that serve the online applications of organizations today. But the entry point to Continue reading Designing a content delivery strategy

How Enterprise Organizations Benefit from SOAPA

I’ve written about SOAPA for almost a year now, here’s a link to the original blog I posted last November.  The concept seems to be catching on in the industry, I’ve had lots of industry leaders participate in SOAPA videos Continue reading How Enterprise Organizations Benefit from SOAPA

What’s Holding Back Enterprise Security Technology Transformation?

Last week, I wrote a blog about the rapid cycle of innovation happening with security technologies today – I’ve never experienced a time when every element of the security stack is transforming. New security technologies are arriving at an opportune Continue reading What’s Holding Back Enterprise Security Technology Transformation?