The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: May 7-11
Check out The Network's top stories of the week and what to look forward to next week.
May 10 , 2012
Happy almost Mother's Day! What do all the sons, daughers and husbands have planned for mom? Cisco wishes all the moms out there a Happy Mother's Day!
Now, check out The Network's top stories of the week.
The ASR 901 is the first product developed end-to-end from Cisco’s Globalization Center East. It was a team effort lead by a very determined and proud CTO, Ishwardutt Parulkar.
Media-saavy artists aren't shying away from product placements. Instead, they are working with brands to push back the boundaries of creativity online. What great commerical and creative combinations can you think of?
A study conducted by Cisco revealed that without a proper cloud migration strategy, more than one third of IT decision makers would rather get a root canal, dig a ditch, or do taxes than address network challenges associated with public or private cloud deployments.
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Check out our top stories for next week!
Brazil’s Bright Future as a Connected Economy: Going live on Monday, this feature story explores Brazil, the world’s fifth-largest population. With its galloping economy and a thirst for technology, this country's potential to be a networked powerhouse cannot be ignored.
Federal Government Computing Eases Into the Cloud: This feature story written by Steve Wildstrom, looks at how the federal government is working to implement cloud technology in an effort to promote efficiency and eliminate duplication.
Have a great weekend!
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