Posts Tagged ‘Cisco Systems’

Cisco Maps New Training, Certifications to Next-Gen IT

Cisco Systems is putting its heft behind new training and education programs aimed at gearing up IT professions for technology transitions.

On Point: IBM HPC, Fortinet Firewalls, and Moving Away From Windows Server 2003

Welcome to On Point, our weekly digest of product and services news for July 21-25.

Survey: Security, Network Management Top IoT Concerns

Current enterprise networks could be woefully inadequate to handle the increased traffic and heightened security concerns generated by the Internet of Things.

Cisco Extends Internet of Things Security Challenge

Cisco’s contest for Internet of Things security proposals has proved so popular the vendor is extending the original June 17 deadline to July 1.

Cloud Hanging Over Moribund Videoconferencing Market

As solution providers peddling video and teleconferencing wares can attest, sales remain in a double-digit tailspin with little signs of recovery.

SDN Hype Weighs on Networking Sales

Service providers may covet the heady promises being made by SDN and NFV purveyors, but they are holding fire on their purchases — to the detriment of traditional networking gear sales.

China’s Shot at Cisco Latest Salvo in InfoSec War of Words

In global information security battle, the rhetoric pendulum this week is swinging decidedly in China’s favor as Beijing unleashes a torrent of accusations and warnings at U.S.-based technology companies.

Partners Must Find Their Own Way With Internet of Things

It’s clear if the channel is ever going to come up with profitable innovations and a delivery model to capitalize on IoT, it will have to do some of the grunt work itself.