LAS VEGAS–Cisco released on Wednesday the results of a survey of 1,300 IT professionals from 13 countries which found that close to one-third of respondents equated their IT department's visibility into business initiatives to a "foggy day in London."
During his Interop keynote address on Wednesday, Rob Soderbery, Cisco's senior vice president and general manager for the Enterprise Networking Group, unveiled the results a survey of 1,300 IT professionals. It found that 41 percent of respondents said their networks were not ready to support BYOD, despite deploying more applications than a year ago.
Riverbed Technology is the only firm designated as a leader and Cisco the only challenger in Gartner's latest Magic Quadrant for wide area network (WAN) optimization controllers report.
The enterprise market for Ethernet switches is predicted to plateau and decline by 2017 as enterprises turn more toward wireless local area network (WLAN) technologies, according to a new report by the Dell'Oro Group.
Cisco unveiled this Tuesday new enterprise Wi-Fi products based on the next-generation 802.11ac standard that offers data speeds up to 1.3 Gbps for Wave 1, with an upgrade to 6 Gbps when Wave 2 becomes available within 12 to 18 months.
Cisco unveiled on Wednesday new data center products employing Microsoft's Cloud OS technologies. The new products combine Cisco's unified data center technology with Microsoft's Fast Track 3.0 private cloud architecture.
Avaya is teaming with VMware and EMC to launch Avaya collaboration pods for the Aura virtualized environment, marking the first offering in its collaboration pods portfolio, the company announced this week.
Cisco, Intel's McAfee, HP, Juniper Networks and Trend Micro were identified by 104 large enterprises surveyed by Infonetics Research as the top suppliers of data center security products.
A full 90 of workers in the United States use their personal smartphones at work, according to a survey conducted by Cisco's partner firms.
Cisco is boosting its quarterly dividend by 21 percent, while cutting its staff by 500 people.