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Leadership and technology: Mobility and BYOD insights for midmarket enterprises
By Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd | 12/11/2013
BYOD trends are putting pressure on IT departments to support all personal mobile devices in all work spaces, while Analysys Mason forecasts that revenue from mobility for mid-market enterprises will grow to US$79 billion by 2018. This white paper looks at the power of mobility as part of a unified communications (UC) platform; the competing interests of IT departments, and why vendors supplying these solutions are well prepared to meet the needs of mid-market enterprise technology and business challenges.
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Bring Your Own Device - Device Freedom Without Compromising the IT Network
By Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd | 3/10/2012
This whitepaper discusses how the BYOD mega-trend will affect businesses; explores the IT challenges involved, and outlines the technology solutions available. Read on to discover the business activity driving these trends, plus a new way to address the challenges, allowing end users the freedom to bring their choice of device to work while still affording IT the controls to ensure security and prevent data loss.
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Collaboration Breakaway: Competitive and Migration Play
By Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd | 26/9/2012
This play is primarily focused on the first step of helping the customer achieve Operational ROI; however, it is important that sales help the customer understand that by migrating from older telephony to IP they will enable their network to deliver collaborative services and benefits that will improve Productivity and Strategic ROI for their company, as well. Read more.
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The Business Value of In-Person Collaboration
By Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd | 6/8/2012
As organisations compete and grow in a fast-paced global economy, a new set of business imperatives for success has evolved—solving complex problems quickly, effectively scaling partner interactions, growing customer relationships, and enabling agile innovation. These elements are critical to creating market differentiation and competitive advantage in today’s business landscape. Read more.
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The New Collaborative New Workspace
By Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd | 6/8/2012
The information technology industry is undergoing one of the most significant periods of transformation in the last 20 years. This period of change is directed by a series of trends such as the explosive growth of powerful smartphones, the consumerisation of technology purchasing, and the move toward cloud-based software application delivery. Read more.
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Poster: Cisco Unified Fabric - Infrastructure for Traditional, Virtualised, and Cloud-based Environments
By Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd | 16/3/2012
Cisco Unified Fabric Switching at a glance - view the product portfolio, features and key benefits. Download this free data centre poster.
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A Data Center Fabric Is Critical to a Next-Generation Unified Data Center
By Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd | 16/3/2012
The data center has gone through several major evolutionary changes over the past several decades, and each change has been defined by major shifts in computing. The shift to a virtual data center will be the single biggest transition in the history of computing. This transition will reshape all the major data center tiers: applications, storage, servers and the network. This paper examines the drivers of this transition, provides real-world case studies and includes data centre fabric best practices.
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Forrester Research - Exploring the Benefits of End-to-End Convergence of Data Center Networks
By Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd | 16/3/2012
This paper examines the benefits to be gained through convergence; how to overcome the organisational barriers to adoption and the catalysts for adoption of converged architecture.
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Beverage Distributor Virtualises Data Centre: A case study
By Cisco Systems Australia Pty Ltd | 16/3/2012
Low cost servers, used for applications such as sales force automation and workgroup collaboration, had contributed to server sprawl, causing the data center to outgrow available power and cooling capacity. Server virtualisation helped but had begun to slow network performance. “We wanted 10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity without the expense of building a new data center,” says Rory Regan, network and telecom manager, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated. “We decided to build a new data center network that would continue to work with our existing servers and storage as we gradually migrated to a unified fabric.” Read this case study
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