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How the Internet of Everything Will Shape the Next 25 Years of Internet History

This week marks the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web, an important milestone as we look at how far we’ve come and how the Internet of Everything (IoE) is shaping our future. Developed by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, a researcher … Continue reading

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McMaster University and Cisco set to transform academic research in Canada

If you’ve been following this blog, you’ll know that recently I wrote about our announcements with the Universities of Waterloo, Laval, Saskatchewan and Regina. Each of these is significant on its own, but collectively they send a message to business leaders … Continue reading

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The Future of Work is here…Now the Workplace

On one cold winter day, almost two 20 years ago, I handed in my mid-term paper for one of my architectural design classes at a leading Dutch design school. The assignment was to design our workplace of the future. I wrote … Continue reading

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One switch to rule them all: The Cisco Catalyst 3850

Today we announced the final piece of our Unified Access vision, introducing the Cisco Catalyst 3850 switch at Cisco Live in London. Our Unified Access vision incorporates a framework of “One Policy, One Management, One Network,” and is designed to … Continue reading

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Opportunity abounds for Canadian mid-market businesses

Nitin Kawale, president of Cisco Canada, offers his thoughts on how technology is transforming the competitive landscape for mid-market companies in Canada. In this short interview, Nitin discusses how collaborative technologies determine, not just how mid-market companies will need to … Continue reading

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Three Tips for selecting your Cloud provider

By Afshin Shams, SunGard Availability Services LLC “O Canada”… recently SunGard announced that we have expanded our cloud services to Canada with the launch of the first Canadian Cisco Powered Cloud Service computing delivery centre.  Now when it comes to cloud … Continue reading

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Three steps to getting your SMB hooked on collaboration

Small and medium-sized (SMB) companies looking to punch above their belt class are turning to business collaboration tools. The use of voice, video, Web conferencing, instant messaging and mobile communication apps has quickly become the standard among big global enterprises. … Continue reading

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Why it’s time for IT to notice the $114B spent on Canada’s infrastructure projects

This year, the impressive collection of Canada’s top 100 infrastructure projects total an astounding $114 billion investment (18% more than last year!). Only five years ago, a list as impressive as this one would have gone unnoticed by companies in … Continue reading

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Why SMBs should embrace the cloud for more than just e-mail

The computing model can help SMBs deploy collaboration technologies usually reserved for large enterprises If a Canadian small or medium-sized business (SMB) hasn’t already adopted cloud computing in some form, they certainly have plans to in the near future. That’s … Continue reading

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ScanSafe data centres have reached Canadian soil

When talking about public cloud services with Canadian customers, the discussion almost always shifts to data privacy and security. For years, the U.S. Patriot Act has ranked as a top concern for Canadian businesses considering a hosted service offering. The … Continue reading

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