Cisco AI Analytics in Operation

Cisco Artificial Intelligence allows for deep learning to take place on your network. What does that buy you? This means that rather than just having threshold alarms (that keep generating alarms on every issue), you can intelligently decide when to alert - based on the normal network baseline. This cuts down false alarms and let's you focus on real[…]
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Cisco Meraki Access Points

Cisco Meraki Access Points are a great tool to simplify the implementation of your network - cloud controlled, easy meshing and simple installation.  They look great - and offer high speeds. Coupled with auto code upgrades.. what's not to love?
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Cisco Machine Learning and AI

The world is talking about the benefits that Machine Learning and AI will bring to us. Often hyped up and part of a story warning us of out of control robots, the future use of these technologies in networking is rather more benign – they will help us to monitor and maintain a network. 
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Top Challenges for University CIOs

There is no doubt that for the average CIO of a University that there are some major challenges to take a look at. Concentrating your time and effort to where its most needed is of course sensible and brings the most reward.  The question is – what are those challenges? 
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MazeMap - The Future of Hospital Wayfinding

Finding your way around a hospital can be challenging for patients, hospital visitors and employees. While there is always directional signage, it is a static resource. MazeMap provides a solution to this challenge with their easy-to-use indoor maps, allowing visitors to  receive graphical turn-by-turn directions on any mobile device.
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Cisco Hyperlocation

We've been building Wi-Fi networks to meet Real Time Location Grade (RTLS) for quite a while now. Depending on how the APs are laid out, and the network tuned, typical accuracy achieved can be sub 5m in location accuracy. Any location solution based upon Wi-Fi has some variance in accuracy between areas though. Some RTLS vendors support the use of[…]
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Cisco DNA Spaces Introduction

Cisco DNA Spaces is a location aware, task management cloud-based application. What does that mean in plain English? It can track objects and people and display the results on a web-based dashboard that's easy to use. Factor in the ability to be able to undertake tasks and trigger outcomes and you have a pretty interesting product. 
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Cisco DNA Center Overview

Cisco's DNA Center is at the forefront of network assurance and automation and is a key element of Cisco's SD Access eco system. Interested to get some first insights in to DNA Center? Here's our quick overview!
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Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) Introduction

Zero Trust Architecture is the latest concept in security architecture. We’re starting to hear this term widely used and in this explainer blog, we take a look at what Zero Trust means – and why you might want to implement this technology.
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Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) Deployment

Zero Trust Architecture is all about providing a much higher level of security for your users, devices and data, than we've had in the past. The key concept is to only provide access strictly where it is required - hence the Zero Trust. In this blog, we'll take a look at the how you can approach a ZTA deployment.
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