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The South Australian government, Adelaide City Council, and Cisco are launching an Internet of Things innovation hub to encourage startups to develop applications through the AdelaideFree Wi-Fi network.
Cisco outlined an architecture dubbed Application-Centric Infrastructure, which is designed to integrate cloud computing and data center management, and argued it goes beyond software-defined networking.
Application-oriented networking moves some application development workloads to the network in a bid to reduce time to market for application deployment and get rid of some of the most labor-intensive tasks.
Companies from SAP to Cisco will be launching applications on the BlackBerry 10 platform when it is unveiled.
Cisco and NetApp are to bring out an entry-level version of their FlexPod datacentre platform, which combines hardware from the two firms for companies looking to run business applications in the cloud.The companies announced the move on Tuesday, along with the validation of CA Technologies's datacentre automation suite as a management option for all FlexPod architectures.
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Cisco delivers updates for WebEx and Jabber to boost connectivity with other devices and applications.
Lexmark has stepped up with a new mobile printing solution to add to the growing number of applications for the Cisco Cius tablet.
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Networking company Cisco has detailed its app store, called AppHQ, which targets delivery and development of enterprise apps to mobile devices.The app store will allow businesses to create, test and deploy applications to the Cisco Cius tablet, which also launched on Wednesday.
Cisco CIO Rebecca Jacoby will launch the company's latest data center in Texas. We caught up with Jacoby to talk about data centers, collaboration and managing applications.
The storage family, dubbed Cisco Smart Storage, consists of desktop network storage gear with bundled business applications.
For many companies, collaboration remains the Holy Grail. Key players include Citrix, Cisco and Microsoft as well as many startups aiming to bring collaboration to the enterprise. The big question: Will collaboration be a new market or a feature in larger enterprise applications from the likes of Oracle and SAP?
Cisco is teaming up with a Canadian utility company on demand-response technologies and energy management applications that could reach about 640,000 customers throughout Alberta.Through its deal with Enmax, the two will work on projects related to building energy management, data center readiness and renewable energy optimization.
Cisco release the results of a third-party global study today, designed to assess how organizations use consumer social networking tools to collaborate externally. Based on extensive interviews with 105 participants representing 97 organizations in 20 countries around the globe and conducted between April and September 2009, it's the first of a two-part series that Cisco has commissioned to explore the impact of social networking and collaboration applications in the enterprise.
Cisco's small business play yesterday was more than just an announcement of four new infrastructure and communication products. It's a reaffirmation of a basic tenant for Cisco drive value into the SMB's underlying data networks by enabling more applications to share that network.
Cisco is proposing that the next-generation data center, then, is actually an appliance -- or a series of like appliances. Drop in, turn on, tune in and run your applications and services faster, better, cheaper. Works if it works. This may be too much for most seasoned IT professionals to stomach, but it's worth a try, I suppose.
It's Patch Monday, ZDNet.com.au's weekly podcast that looks at the big stories within the Australian IT community.
I’m in the middle of a video-conferencing feature looking at companies like Tandberg, Polycom, Cisco and LifeSize. I’m hearing that the applications that these guys have built (which typically sit on their own dedicated server) are so inherently flexible that they’re capable of HD quality video supporting anything from 200 to 5000 end points.
I was reading a recent post on the Nokia Conversations site about some changes going on at Nokia. The first was the stepping down of Bob Iannucci, CTO of Nokia. And then the big news that Nokia is changing its approach to the enterprise by ceasing to develop or market its own business mobility solutions. I have been using and loving my Nokia E71 device and was worried about future Eseries devices when I heard about this announcement. However, the enterprise press release is still not crystal clear to me because it does state that Nokia will work with Microsoft, IBM, Cisco and others to bring Nokia devices and applications to market so I am not sure what will be changing.
The WAAS Mobile software client could overcome the increased WAN-load problems caused by server consolidation, Cisco has claimed
Networking equipment maker Cisco Systems, unveils 40-foot container fitted with its products and applications targeted at SMBs in the Philippines.
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