By tag : Unified Access

Cisco often claims that it may charge a little more (a little?!) for its network switches than the competition, but when all things are considered,...
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Kevin Jennings
We have reached a complex and transformative stage in digital business. After more than a quarter century of random innovation and the entrenchment...
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Ed Youngblood
OK, I’ll admit it right out of the gate. I don’t know of an instance in which a person got canned because they purchased products made by Cisco...
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Kevin Jennings
The need to improve long term quality care for patients is a main driver behind consolidations occurring in healthcare. It’s happening in multiple...
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Nicole Hill
If you answered “no,” then maybe you haven’t really thought about it. Why would I make such a bold statement? After all, I’m telling you that you are...
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Vicki Vaughn
The dot-com crash brought about a lot of changes, including new ways of thinking about business technology. One innovative idea was to break up IT...
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Joseph Raccuglia
This is part 3 of series titled " Demythologizing Cisco " I can’t remember the first time that I heard the term FUD, which stands for Fear,...
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Kevin Jennings
How do you define an underdog? The underdog is the participant or competitor that you never expect to win. The Chicago Cubs are underdogs. One of the...
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Ed Youngblood
Steps to Successfully Delivering Technology into a New Age Classroom There are a growing number of K-12 schools who are adopting new technologies,...
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Neal Tilley
Patient engagement is a very hot topic in healthcare these days. Put simply, it’s finding ways and means to encourage patients to take more ownership...
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rob hemmerich