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    • Video & Event Spotlights Movers & Shakers Interview Video Series Frost & Sullivan highlights dynamic companies and leaders that have implemented revolutionary visions for the future of their industries: Welcome to our Fall issue of the Cisco Connected Manufacturing newsletter, offering the latest news and trends in the constantly evolving manufacturing industry. These articles and resources highlight innovative concepts that can help manufacturers tackle some of the industry's most imperative issues. We hope you find them helpful. To subscribe to our quarterly newsletter, click here. To forward it to a friend or colleague, click here. Craig D. Hartman Dan Kern Upcoming Events Rockwell Automation Automation Fair Houston, Texas, Nov. 13-14, 2013 More Information Data in Motion: The Next Frontier for Manufacturers With ever-greater volumes of machine-to-machine, person-to-machine, and person-to-person data being captured and analyzed, manufacturers have the opportunity to lower costs, increase profits, and gather valuable insights. Bob Dean, Executive Director, Americas manufacturing industry, at Cisco, discusses how you can take advantage of that opportunity. Read the full article here Frost & Sullivan Honors Cisco Manufacturing Get Connected Cisco will receive the 2013 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value Enhancement, in recognition for seamlessly connected enterprise collaboration solutions that aid efficiency and optimization across industrial verticals. Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to a company that has demonstrated excellence in implementing strategies that proactively create value for its customers, with a focus on improving the return on the investment that customers make in its services or products. View the full award announcement Connectivity Enabling Smart Manufacturing Recently, Design News discussed how the push to achieve more intelligent, integrated manufacturing is putting a strong focus on networking and connectivity as key enabling technologies. Read more here
    • Archives Issue 9 Issue 8 Issue 7 Issue 6 Issue 5 Issue 4 Issue 3 Issue 2 Issue 1 Bridging the Plant-to-Enterprise Security Gap The disconnect between the enterprise and the plant has long been a handicap for manufacturers and utilities. But it is finally being bridged through a unique collaboration between Rockwell Automation and Cisco Systems. Read the full article here Collaboration in Manufacturing: Making the Remote Expert Local As companies become increasingly global and distributed, talent is becoming dispersed. Older workers are retiring, and there are not enough trained individuals to take their place. As a result, collaboration tools and processes have become more important. They can support teamwork, accelerate problem solving, and reduce time and travel costs. Register to download the Aberdeen Group white paper, and find out how to optimize your most valuable human resources. Download the white paper from Aberdeen Group New Resource for Automotive Automotive manufacturers and suppliers to this industry are looking for ways to improve efficiency, collaboration, and innovation. Find out how Cisco can help IT and OT: Bridging the Divide For many manufacturers, the need for IP-based technologies in the plant floor is driving IT into areas that have been traditionally separated from controls engineering or OT. This article explores how and why the convergence of IT and OT is growing and discusses some best practices and trends. Read the full article here