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Date Type Title Topic 01/29/2015
The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: January 26-30
1.) Leadership@Cisco: Karen Walker Post by Cisco . 2.) Securing the Connected Home Post by Cisco . 3.) Let's Build Tomorrow Today ... Continue Reading
The Internet of Everything Goes to SchoolBy Anne Field
01/28/2015 By Anne Field
For students and professors at Columbia University's computer science and engineering programs, the Internet of Everything (IoE) is everywhere. There are many courses in which students learn skills that, as it happens, are needed to create ... Continue Reading
Security in a Connected HomeBy Steve Wildstrom
01/27/2015 By Steve Wildstrom
The Consumer Electronic Show (CES 2015) this month was swarmed by dozens of new products, from smart watches to a speaker-equipped robot for your home. The offerings are designed to provide consumers and companies endless information on their ... Continue Reading
The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: January 19-23
1.) Cisco Innovators: Emerging Technology Evangelist Post by Cisco . 2.) Focus Magazine: Cybersecurity Post by Cisco . 3.) Cisco 2015 Annual Security Report: ... Continue Reading
The Industrialization of Hacking
By Martin Roesch The evolving trends of mobility, cloud computing, and the Internet of Everything (IoE) present unparalleled opportunities for businesses, consumers, and hackers alike. Modern networks go beyond traditional walls and ... Continue Reading
The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: January 12-16
1.) How Smart Highways Can Save Energy and Lives Post by Cisco . 2.) In Retail, Insight is Currency, and Context is King Post by Cisco . 3.) Let’s Talk ... Continue Reading
It's The Crowd versus Wall Street, and the Crowd is WinningBy Amy Cortese
01/15/2015 By Amy Cortese
There’s a ritual that takes place on Wall Street every few months around earnings season, when companies announce how much in profits they’ve earned for the quarter. Weeks before the announcement, company officials tell the Wall ... Continue Reading
Why the Internet of Everything Won't Work Without WirelessBy Jason Deign
INTERNET OF EVERYTHING INTERNET OF EVERYTHING
01/13/2015 By Jason Deign
Silent, invisible… and vital. That just about sums up wireless networks as far as the Internet of Everything (IoE) is concerned. Because there is simply no way you could run wires to the 50 billion or so smart devices expected to make ... Continue Reading
How Smart Highways Can Save Energy and LivesBy Melissa Jun Rowley
INTERNET OF EVERYTHING INTERNET OF EVERYTHING
01/12/2015 By Melissa Jun Rowley
In the tech-infused landscape of today, the phrase "roads of tomorrow" doesn't just mean a glimpse into the future. It means in this Internet of Everything (IoE) world, smart sensor-filled highways are revolutionizing transportation. ... Continue Reading
The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: January 5-9
1.) Software Development with the Continuous Delivery Model Post by Cisco . 2.) Better Technology Will Bring More Secure Mobile Payments Post by Cisco . 3.) ... Continue Reading
Better Technology Will Bring More Secure Mobile PaymentsBy Steve Wildstrom
01/07/2015 By Steve Wildstrom
Anyone who has been paying attention to the security of credit card purchases should be concerned. Starting in 2007 a major clothing retailer holding company experienced the theft of data from 45.6 million credit and debit cards. Since ... Continue Reading
Software Development with the Continuous Delivery Model
Written by Michelle Concannon In today's hyper-agile business world, software often correlates directly with revenue. To address this, Development and Operations (DevOps) teams are charged with delivering software faster, more ... Continue Reading
2014 Round Up
1. Leadership@Cisco - Rebecca Jacoby Rebecca Jacoby, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, talking about the dozens of concerts she has seen and what technology will enable us to do in the future. 2. ... Continue Reading
The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: Dec. 15-19
1.) Tech Transformation: Celebrating Cisco at 30 Post by Cisco . 2.) Data and Analytics Drive Fan Engagement for a Norwegian Football Team Post by Cisco . 3.) ... Continue Reading
Video Intelligence Gives Retailers New Business InsightsBy Mary Gorges
12/16/2014 By Mary Gorges
It's getting harder to go anywhere where there's not a mounted camera (even in people's homes). They're becoming so ubiquitous that shoppers hardly notice them …especially during the busy holidays. But businesses are ... Continue Reading
The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: December 8-12
1.) Kevin Ashton, Father of the Internet of Things & Network Trailblazer Post by Cisco . 2.) How the Internet of Everything Cuts the Cost of Smart Cities Post by Cisco . ... Continue Reading
How the Internet of Everything Cuts the Cost of Smart CitiesBy Jason Deign
SMART CONNECTED COMMUNITIES SMART CONNECTED COMMUNITIES
12/10/2014 By Jason Deign
Think about smart-city planning and your mind starts reeling. India alone is planning 100 new smart metropolises in the next decade. Besides bricks and mortar, these and hundreds of other cities worldwide are going to need massive amounts of IT ... Continue Reading
Kevin Ashton, Father of the Internet of Things & Network TrailblazerBy Kevin Maney
12/08/2014 By Kevin Maney
Co-Authored by: Alison Maney It all started with lipstick. A particularly popular color of Oil of Olay lipstick that Kevin Ashton had been pushing as a brand manager at Procter & Gamble was perpetually out of stock. He decided to find ... Continue Reading
The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: December 1-5
1.) Just in time for holiday shopping: Sensors take smart toys into the 21st century Post by Cisco . 2.) Before appliances reach your kitchen: real-time collaboration speeds design at Sub-Zero ... Continue Reading
Wearable Tech Startups Target the EnterpriseBy Anne Field
12/02/2014 By Anne Field
While touring a warehouse in New Jersey earlier this year, Haytham Elhawary had the opportunity to see just how demanding--and potentially dangerous--was the job of workers loading and unloading heavy boxes for hours at a time. "They're ... Continue Reading
Mary Ann Azevedo
Mary Ann Azevedo is an award-winning journalist based in Austin, Texas.
Amy Cortese is an award-winning journalist and the author of Locavesting (Wiley, 2011)
Laurence Cruz is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles.
Jason Deign is a Barcelona-based business writer, journalist and author.
Kerry Doyle has covered business and technology issues for over a decade and was senior editor at ZDNet.com.
Kristi Essick has covered technology for the Wall Street Journal and The Industry Standard.
Anne Field has covered entrepreneurship and small business for the New York Times and Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
Mary Gorges is a seasoned journalist who has written for both print and television including the Denver Magazine.
Scott Gurvey was the New York bureau chief of the Nightly Business Report on PBS.
Melissa Jun Rowley
Melissa Jun Rowley is an award-winning journalist, on-air host, and content strategist with a passion for all things tied to social innovation.
Prasanto Kumar Roy
Prasanto K Roy is a New Delhi-based veteran journalist and speaker on technology, social media and greentech.
Kevin Maney is a veteran journalist and reporter who wrote for USA Today, Fortune, Fast Company and ABC News.
Joanne has contributed to science and economics titles including France's Science & Vie, and Science & Vie Junior.
Sue Tabbitt is a technology journalist who covers IT and telecommunications.
Steve Wildstrom is a veteran technology journalist who wrote the Technology & You column at BusinessWeek.
Kirsten Chiala is an Emmy-award winning broadcast journalist and a former executive producer for NBC Bay Area.
John Earnhardt is Director of Social Media Communications at Cisco.
Joie Healy, Senior Manager of Social Media Communications, is an award winning broadcast journalist who worked at NBC for 15 years prior to Cisco.
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Karen Crocker Snell
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Lee Gomes has spent nearly two decades writing about technology, much of the time for the Wall Street Journal.
Julie Pitta was a senior editor at Forbes Magazine covering the high-tech and biotech industries.
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