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  • CISCO RESOLVES YOUR CYBER SECURITY FEARS WITH SPARK

    Ashlee Kittel
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    There are two topics I spend a good deal of time discussing: Cisco Spark and Network Security. I touched a nerve last week when on this blog, I brought up the latter; nearly everyone I've bumped into since has expressed panic inducing security anxieties.

  • Cyber Threats-The Dark Side of Digital Transformation

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    Do you remember when times were simple and security meant locking your doors at night and teaching kids to be weary of strangers on the street? As the analog world has made the nearly 360-degree shift to digital, the question of security has evolved.

  • Digital Transformation, Your Organization and the Customer Experience

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    More and more organizations are beginning to view Digital Transformation as a non-negotiable matter of survival. Digital leaders consistently outperform their peers in every industry and a number of small, agile organizations have displaced their larger more-established counterparts making some executives hot under the collar.

  • Cisco Meraki and the Meraki360 Training Program-Less, But Better

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    Cloud computing was a once polarizing topic that inspired countless debates in IT circles but has grown to become one of the most important innovations of the last 30 years. Simplifying business processes and giving organizations the ability to store and use information in a secure manner while collaborating without the need for complex systems of equipment and costly software packages is truly revolutionary.

  • FROM ARPANET TO THE IOT-POP-CULTURE AND THE HISTORY AND FUTURE OF TELECOMMUNICATION

    Ian Thompson
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    Inside pop-culture there has long existed an obsessive need to express romantic and at times catastrophic visions of the future. Films, pulp novels, television and radio have projected and perhaps influenced the arc of our technological growth, in some instances predicting technologies that have now become reality (driverless cars anyone?).