About Humans, devices and things are connecting. We’re assimilating a network that is complex, awe-inspiring and powerful. And we’re doing it faster than before. Tomorrow, we’ll work, live, play and learn much differently than we do today.
La connexion entre humains, appareils et objets est en train de s’établir. Nous sommes en voie d’assimiler un réseau complexe, imposant et puissant. Et nous sommes en train de le réaliser beaucoup plus vite qu’avant. Demain, notre travail, nos vies, nos loisirs et nos apprentissages seront très différents d’aujourd’hui.
The Internet of Everything, for Everyone
25 November 2014, 10:30 AMTwo significant events took place in Toronto in the last week of October: SmartWeek 2014 and the Toronto Global Forum. SmartWeek 2014 was the inaugural Canadian version of what is becoming a global phenomenon. With the theme of “Innovating the … Continue reading →
To Live and Collab in L.A.
20 November 2014, 03:30 PMThis year Collaboration Summit was set in sunny Southern California and although I’m sad I couldn’t be there, I thought I would hop on the Cisco Canada Blog to review the major announcements. So without further ado, let’s take a … Continue reading →
Cloud Computing, Coming to an Oil and Gas Company Near You
19 November 2014, 12:39 PMFor many in the Oil and Gas industry cloud computing might seem like a confusing IT buzzword with very little substance. Trying to wade through the complexities of all its offshoots (public, private, on-premise cloud) without understanding the base concept … Continue reading →
Who is your Hidden Hockey Hero?
18 November 2014, 12:06 PMAs Canadians, hockey is in our blood. It’s a passion that brings us together like nothing else, and at Cisco we’re proud to offer the technologies that help Canadians balance their commitments from home, the office and at the rink. … Continue reading →
The Results Are In: Cloud Traffic Will Quadruple in Four Years
17 November 2014, 03:41 PMThis week Cisco released its fourth annual Global Cloud Index, covering 2013 – 2018. We provide the study as an industry resource to IT professionals but its results have implications for just about everyone. What’s fascinating about this year’s release … Continue reading →