Category Archives: Borderless Networks

Video Traffic and Mobility Continue to Dominate Cisco’s VNI Report

This week saw the release of the latest Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Global Forecast, covering findings from 2013 to 2018. Now in its ninth year, the VNI has proven to be a strong tool for forecasting and analyzing Internet … Continue reading

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How To Secure Your Organization’s Mobile Devices

Today, cybercriminals and Canadian business leaders share a common challenge: both are trying to figure out how best to leverage Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) and mobility trends to further their operations. In fact, IDC Canada recently released a report on Canadian mobile … Continue reading

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How Cisco Meraki WiFi helped Lone Star Texas Grill improve customer service

Lone Star Texas Grill has been bringing authentic Tex-Mex food to Ontarians since 1986. The popular restaurant chain now operates 19 locations across the province. Recently Lone Star’s Bob Macey, senior project manager, sat down with me to discuss the … Continue reading

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Inside the Canadian Tire Centre: Two teams, 19,000 screaming fans and 700 HD screens

By Vince Mammoliti, Director, Strategic Investments and Partnerships, Cisco Canada We all know that hockey reigns supreme in Canada and this couldn’t be more true than in our nation’s capital. In Ottawa, the Senators are the pinnacle of entertainment and … Continue reading

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Introducing the Cisco Network Convergence System

This month we’ve shown once again why Cisco is the industry leading supplier of service provider infrastructure technology. Earlier this month we introduced the nPower family of network processors, which enable advanced capabilities like multi-terabit scale, programmability, high availability and … Continue reading

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A journey from WorldSkills to Cisco

By Jean-Phillipe Desbiens, Cisco Canada Did you know that every two years, the equivalent of the Olympics for trade industries are held somewhere in the world? That event, called WorldSkills, happened last July in Leipzig, Germany. WorldSkills is an International … Continue reading

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#CiscoSmartTO continues…at Meeting of the Minds 2013

This week we welcomed 100s of industry leaders to Toronto as they engaged in a lively discussion on matters of urban innovation at the 2013 Meeting of the Minds, which took place at Evergreen Brick Works. As part of the … Continue reading

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Demystifying the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Trend

As part of our ongoing Future of Work campaign with the Globe and Mail, we are asking Canadians for their opinions on BYOD, technology and remote working. And the results from our latest poll made us stop and take pause. … Continue reading

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Entering a New Era: Introducing the Internet of Everything

My colleague, and Cisco’s Chief Futurist, Dave Evans first introduced Cisco to the ideas behind The Internet Of Things (IoT) in 2011. The term, first coined in 1999, holds that as more and more things become connected it changes the … Continue reading

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Why BYOD is critical to your mid-market company

The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) phenomenon has dramatically changed the way many Canadian organizations do business, especially those in the mid-market sector. With BYOD in place, mid-market companies and their employees can operate in the global market with ease. The result is … Continue reading

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