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The Financial Impact of BYOD Full Presentation

  1. 1. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 1HorizonsCisco IBSGThe Financial Impact of BYODA Model of BYOD’s Benefits toGlobal CompaniesMay 2013
  2. 2. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 2IBSG Horizons BYOD Study Waves:Global State of BYOD and Its ImplicationsCurrent Wave•  September 2012•  4,892 IT leaders•  Midsize + enterprise•  8 countries + U.S.(original survey+ 312 midsize)IBSGHorizons:BYODGlobal Trends•  May 2013•  Financial impact ofBYOD on companies•  Maximizing ROI ofBYOD•  6 countriesIBSGHorizons:BYODFinancial Impact•  June 2012•  600 IT leaders•  U.S. enterprisesIBSGHorizons:BYODU.S. TrendsSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013
  3. 3. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 3FinancialModelPrimaryResearchIBSG Horizons BYOD Financial Impact:Assessment of Typical FirmBYODFinancialImpactCisco’sBYODExperienceExtensiveLiteratureReview
  4. 4. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 4HorizonsCisco IBSGOverview of Primary Research Scope2,415 18Mobile Users IndustriesSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013  Exploration of BYOD benefits from the perspective of mobile users:white-collar employees who use a smartphone, tablet, or laptop forwork at least sometimes  400 surveys in each country: U.S., U.K., Germany, India, China, Brazil  73% enterprise (1,000+ employees), 27% midsize (500-999employees)  29% executives, 71% knowledge workers (47% midlevel managersand professionals, 24% other individual contributors)
  5. 5. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 5HorizonsCisco IBSGBYOD Devices To Double by 2016405MillionTotal expected number of BYODdevices in all 6 countries by 2016,growing from 198 million in 2013105%Total growth in number of BYODdevices (27% CAGR), 2013-20161.3BYOD devices per mobile employeeby 2016 (1.2 today).Sources: EIU, 2013; Strategy Analytics, 2012; Cisco IBSG, 2013
  6. 6. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 663713212 11 8166108762518 12China U.S. India Brazil Germany U.K.02550751001251501752013 2016HorizonsCisco IBSGStrong BYOD Growth Everywhere, butChina, U.S., India Are Biggest MarketsSources: EIU, Strategy Analytics, Cisco IBSG, 2013Estimated BYOD Devices in Global Workplaces,2013-2016 (in Millions)CAGR 38% 15% 33% 25% 18% 15%Millions6-Country Total:•  198 million BYOD devices (2013)•  405 million BYOD devices (2016)•  105% growth (27% CAGR)
  7. 7. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 7HorizonsCisco IBSGEmployees Are Bringing Multiple Devices,and Paying To Do So1.7Average number of personally owneddevices used by each surveyedBYOD employee$965Average out-of-pocket spending perBYOD employee on personal mobiledevices used for workSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013 N=1,679 BYOD respondents$734Average annual data plan spendingfor BYOD employees who use theplan at least partially for work
  8. 8. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 8BYOD Devices: Smartphone Leads, butTablets Are Closing the GapSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013Average # ofBYOD DevicesN=1,679 BYOD respondentsPercentage of BYOD EmployeesBringing Mobile Devices to Work1.7 1.8 1.6 1.7 1.7 1.8 1.837% 40%33%41%32% 34%43%81% 81%72%82% 82%90%79%56%60%54%49%53%59% 61%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%Total U.S. U.K. Germany India China BrazilLaptop Smartphone Tablet
  9. 9. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 9N=1,658 BYOD respondents who knew their device spend; N=1,620 BYOD respondents who knew their data plan spendRecognizing the Value: Employees ArePaying To “BYOD”Source: Cisco IBSG, 2013$965$809$901$972$823$1,172$1,099$734$1,234$770$909$346$447$7520200400600800100012001400Total U.S. U.K. Germany India China BrazilDevice spend (total) Data plan spend (per year)Average Out-of-Pocket Spending to Date per BYOD Useron Devices, Yearly Spend on Data Plans (USD)
  10. 10. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 10Why They BYOD: Efficiency, Flexibility,and InitiativeHorizonsCisco IBSG#2Want to combine work and personalactivities or access personalapplications#3 Need device for work, but company doesnot provide it#1 Can get more done with my own deviceSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013 N=1,679 BYOD respondents
  11. 11. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 1145%47%25%24%22%19%13%56%46%23%23%22%18%14%46%44%29%26%22%20%14%N=624 laptop BYODersBYOD Devices Allow Employees To DoMore, Merge Work and Personal TasksSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013Reasons BYOD Employees Bring Their Own Devices(Percentage of Respondents)N=1,361 smartphone BYODers N=943 tablet BYODersGet more work done on own deviceCombine work and personal livesNeed it, but it is not providedPrefer the interface / OSWant to avoid restrictions / scrutinyCorporate devices lack functionalityCompany provides device, but want to use my ownLaptop Smartphone Tablet
  12. 12. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 12BYOD Makes Employees More Productiveand InnovativeHorizonsCisco IBSG81Minutes per week saved in U.S.—highest of all countries surveyed(37-minute average)53%Have raised work productivitythrough innovative work practicesenabled by their devices36%Save at least two hours per weekby using personal mobile devicesat workSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013 N=1,663 BYOD respondents
  13. 13. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 13BYOD Enables Efficiency and Innovation,but Gains Are Uneven Across CountriesNet employee time gainedper week: 37 minutesSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013 N=1,679 BYOD respondents37 min. 81 min. 51 min. 4 min. 35 min. 17 min. 34 min.23 25 241223 242917 16 14417 1928823151 1 37593 1 1593144-282-9-62 0-3 -5-13 -14-13-8 -9 -10 -11-23-16-30-20-10010203040Total U.S. U.K. Germany India China BrazilImproved efficiency New ways of working Additional availability Better collaborationReduced administration Downtime More distractionsMinutesperweek
  14. 14. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 14HorizonsCisco IBSGOnly 30% of Mobile Users PreferCorporate Devices60% Use a corporate device because theymust**30% Would prefer to work in a corporate-provisioned environment*Source: Cisco IBSG, 2013 *N = 2,415 respondents; **N = 736 corporate users51%Use a corporate device for betternetwork access **$2,200Value placed on having a workplacewith a preferred mobile policy
  15. 15. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 15Strong Preference for BYOD in MostPlaces, Especially in AsiaSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013Percentage of Respondents49%44%41%32%63%66%46%30%32% 32%37%28%16%38%21%24%27%31%10%18%16%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%Total U.S. U.K. Germany India China BrazilPrefer BYOD Prefer corporate provisioning No preferenceN=2,415 all respondents
  16. 16. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 1641%35%34%31%30%19%19%16%Company requires company-issued devicesBetter access to company networkBetter access to IT supportBetter access to company applicationsBetter access to company collaboration toolsCheaper to use company deviceBetter, faster device than I would get on my ownAllowed to use company device for personal use34%33%34%38%31%23%26%15%40%28%31%27%26%29%20%18%Why Employees Use Company-IssuedDevices Instead of Their OwnSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013Percentage of Corporate Employees Who Use One or MoreCompany-Issued Devices for the Following ReasonsN=707 corporatelaptop usersN=628 corporatesmartphone usersN=440 corporatetablet usersLaptop Smartphone Tablet
  17. 17. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 17Executives Are Driving Most of CurrentBYOD Productivity GainsSource: Cisco IBSG, 20133XFactor by which the average BYODexecutive’s productivity gainexceeds that of the averageknowledge worker (76 vs. 23minutes)61%Executives with access to corporatemobile apps, compared with 41% ofBYOD knowledge workers
  18. 18. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 18Executive BYOD Productivity Gains AreThree Times Those of Knowledge WorkersProductivity Gains for BYOD Executives and Knowledge Workers,in Minutes per WeekSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013 N=1,663 BYOD respondents769984621810182237333-1837216-40-20020406080100120Total U.S. U.K. Germany India China BrazilExecutives Knowledge workers
  19. 19. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 19IT Is Provisioning Executives; Provisioning ofKnowledge Workers Is Less Frequent73%65%72%62%61%43%65%50%61%50%41%32%Corporate email and calenderingCorporate collaboration applicationsCorporate office productivity applicationsCorporate security applicationsCompany-specific mobile "apps"Applications I bring to workExecutive Knowledge workerApplications Permitted on Employee-Owned DevicesSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013 N=2,415 respondents
  20. 20. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 20Reactive, Not Strategic: Most CompaniesHave Implemented BYOD on Ad-Hoc BasisReactive Strategic  Basic BYODenabled “asdemanded”  Policies ofpushback andcontainment  Partial productivitygains  ComprehensiveBYOD viewed asstrategic advantage  Employees informedand encouraged towork their way  Fuller productivitygainsvs.Source: Cisco IBSG, 2013
  21. 21. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 21HorizonsCisco IBSGGetting Strategic: The “ComprehensiveBYOD” ConceptSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013Comprehensive BYOD includes:  Ability to monitor and remotely “wipe” corporate data  Automatic enforcement of corporate access and usage policies  Dual persona and device configuration  Ability to move between networks seamlessly and securely  Ability for users to log in using multiple devices simultaneously  Corporate collaboration tools that work on all end-user devices  Simple and user-friendly authentication for all device typesand brands  Secure access to corporate network through wired, Wi-Fi,remote, and mobile means
  22. 22. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 22Nearly Three-Quarters of BYODRespondents Have Only Basic BYOD74%61%77% 75% 72% 74%83%26%39%23% 25% 28% 26%17%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%Total U.S. U.K. Germany India China BrazilBasic BYOD Comprehensive BYODN=1,679 BYOD respondentsPercentage of Respondents Who Have Basic andComprehensive BYODSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013
  23. 23. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 23For Many, BYOD Is Harder than Expected,but Leaders Are Seeing Cost BenefitsSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013 N=135 IT decision makers, U.S. firms only.05101520253035TCO Savings IT Leaders Expect,by BYOD Maturity Level1-2 3-5 6-8PercentsavingsonTCOBYOD maturity level (# of capabilities)High hopesReality checkOperationalefficiency
  24. 24. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 24Overview of Financial Model and AnalysisSurveyResultsFinancial AnalysisCompany HasBasic BYODCompany HasComprehensive BYODCompany HasNo BYODSurvey•  29% executives•  71% knowledge workers•  70% BYOD•  30% non-BYODTypical Enterprise•  10,000 employees•  5% executives•  50% knowledge workers•  45% other18% of respondents12% of respondents70% of respondentsKey Metric:Annual value created per mobile employee(= value per BYOD user x BYOD adoptionamong mobile employees)Source: Cisco IBSG, 2013
  25. 25. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 25$350$1,650Basic BYOD Comprehensive BYODHorizonsCisco IBSGRoom for Improvement: Typical BYODImplementation Only 21% Along “Value Journey”Source: Cisco IBSG, 2013$1,300 stillon the tableAnnual Value per Mobile Employee Derived fromBasic and Comprehensive BYOD Programs
  26. 26. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 26HorizonsCisco IBSGComprehensive Improvement: Big Gains,No Matter What the Starting PointSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013Annual Value per Mobile Employee Derived fromBasic and Comprehensive BYOD Programs35095040004001003001,6503,1502,250950 1,050 9001,6000%20%40%60%80%100%AVERAGE U.S. U.K. Germany India China Brazil05001,0001,5002,0002,5003,0003,500Value per mobile employee of "Basic BYOD"Value per mobile employee of "Comprehensive BYOD"Progress along the value journey (value of Basic BYOD / value of Comprehensive BYOD)Progressalong thevalue journeyU.S. $Note: Numbers have been rounded to the nearest $50.
  27. 27. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 27Migrating to Comprehensive BYOD:Where the Gains AreSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013$1,300 of Annual Value per Mobile EmployeeImpact of Moving from Basic to Comprehensive BYOD02004006008001,0001,2001,4001,6001,8002,000Basic BYOD CorporateMigrationsCurrentBYODersNew Users* Cost Savings Investments ComprehensiveBYOD$/mobileemployee/yearStart and end states Positive impact Negative impact*“New Users” refers to non-mobile employees going mobile for the first time due to BYOD
  28. 28. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 28Migrating to a Comprehensive BYODStrategy Yields Significant GainsSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013$/mobileemployee/year359943392 4251252771111271111298810011320440738816770381511151752069649541099701,6051,2266905447091,048$1,656$3,156$2,219$956$1,189$925$1,588AVERAGE U.S. U.K. Germany India China Brazil-866-100 -110Impact of Moving from Basic to Comprehensive BYOD-103 -101 -104 -119Comprehensive BYODCurrent BYOD usersNew usersCorporate migrationsCost SavingsBasic BYODInvestmentsNote: Exact figures. In other slides, value of BYOD is rounded to the nearest $50.
  29. 29. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 2937%19%26%4% 14%Typical Cost Distribution of Upgrade to Comprehensive BYODPolicy &Security:Support &TrainingComprehensive Investment Portfolio:Software, Operations, and Policy/SecurityActualinvestmentsneeded willvaryaccordingto currentnetworkcapabilitiesSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013Software:Telecoms:Network &Operations:
  30. 30. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 30Comprehensive BYOD Pays for Itself,Apart from Productivity Improvements50 52 516140 45 534557465432394416171414161716103101104119861001108267 9 2 1 2020406080100120140AVERAGE U.S. U.K. Germany India China BrazilUS$/mobileemployee/yearHard Cost Savings and Investments fromBasic to Comprehensive BYODHardware / software cost savingSupport cost savingNet direct benefitsTelecoms cost savingCosts
  31. 31. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 3122%15%22% 24% 20%28% 23%13%12%14% 7% 15%11% 19%13%13%12%10%13%11%19%8%7%1%4%14% 11%8%13%14% 14% 16%11% 11%10%17%17% 19% 17%17% 16%18%14%22% 18% 22%9% 12%3%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%ShareoftotalComprehensiveBYODbenefitsProductivity Value Realized as Companies Movefrom Basic to Comprehensive BYODNew ways of workingCollaborationEfficiencyDistractionsAdministrationDowntimeAvailabilityHorizonsCisco IBSGDeveloped Economies and EmergingMarkets Benefit in Different WaysSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013InnovationbenefitsReducedbarriers toproductivityWhile “new ways of working” plays a big role in the U.S., U.K., and Germany,the most value for Emerging Markets comes from more basic benefits
  32. 32. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 32HorizonsCisco IBSG88%Percentage of productivity gains thatwill come from knowledge workersin a typical firm90Minutes of expected productivity gain perweek by knowledge workers by movingfrom Basic to Comprehensive BYOD,versus 41 for executivesKnowledge Workers Gain Most fromComprehensive BYODSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013 N=1,663 BYOD respondents
  33. 33. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 33Comprehensive BYOD: ImprovedEfficiency, Innovation, AvailabilitySource: Cisco IBSG, 2013 N=1,663 BYOD respondentsMinutes/week181085918423115-246251119-679489-100-50050100150200Basic Comp. Basic Comp. Basic Comp. Basic Comp. Basic Comp. Basic Comp. Basic Comp.AVERAGE U.S. U.K. Germany India China BrazilProductivity Impact Sources for Knowledge Workers inBasic and Comprehensive BYODEfficiency New ways of working Availability Collaboration Administration Downtime Distractions Total
  34. 34. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 34“BYO-Laptop” Needs To Be Core Part ofComprehensive BYOD StrategyHorizonsCisco IBSG37%Percentage of BYOD employeeswho bring their own laptopSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013$750Expected annual value peremployee from “BYO-laptop”component of ComprehensiveBYOD strategy
  35. 35. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 357501,3501,1002506503507001,6503,1502,250950 1,0509001,6000500100015002000250030003500AVERAGE U.S. U.K. Germany India China BrazilValue of BYO-Laptop in Comprehensive BYODBYO-Laptop Value (None Comprehensive BYOD)Total Comprehensive BYOD ValueHorizonsCisco IBSG“BYO-Laptop” Is Important Componentof BYOD Strategy GloballyUS$/employee/yearSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013
  36. 36. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 36IBSG Horizons “Economics of BYOD”Study: Top Findings  Employees are just getting started bringing their own devices to work.By 2016, nearly a half-billion BYOD devices will be in use in across the sixcountries surveyed.  Less than one-third of respondents prefer corporate devices. Forty-ninepercent chose a fully self-provisioned work environment.  Mobile users are willing to invest in BYOD. BYOD users have spent anaverage of $965 on BYOD devices, plus $734 annually on voice and dataplans used at least in part for work.  BYOD is delivering productivity gains around the world. Even with thelimitations of current BYOD deployments, employees save an average of 37minutes per week of productive work time—but gains are uneven acrosscountries.  Most companies have been reactive, rather than strategic, in enablingBYOD, reacting to employee demands with a patchwork of BYOD.Source: Cisco IBSG, 2013
  37. 37. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 37IBSG Horizons “Economics of BYOD”Study: Top Findings  Companies can gain an additional $1,300 annually per mobile user as theymove from Basic to Comprehensive BYOD.  Moving from Basic to Comprehensive BYOD sparks employee-ledinnovation in developed countries, and reduces productivity losses inemerging markets.  Comprehensive BYOD pays for itself. Hard-cost savings are posted inhardware, service, and telecom.  More choice, better network access could convert corporate deviceusers to BYOD. 36% of corporate device users would rather BYOD. The topreasons corporate users do not BYOD already is that they are not permitted todo so (51%) and because of limited network access and support for BYODdevices (49%).  “BYO-Laptop” should be a core part of a Comprehensive BYOD strategy.IBSG estimates that laptops contribute nearly half of the estimated $1,650 ofpotential value per mobile user.Source: Cisco IBSG, 2013
  38. 38. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 38Call to ActionSource: Cisco IBSG, 2013Develop a strategic,comprehensive BYOD approachEncourage experimentationand best-practice sharingEmployee empowerment requireshigh information securityDevelop new policies andapproaches (cloud, virtualization)Secure an executive sponsorfrom outside the IT organizationBYOD is all about productivitygains and the future of workBYOD suggests that technologyadoption can be reimaginedBasic BYOD is just the beginningof the real opportunityBYOD can enable hard-costsavingsUse BYOD as a trigger to rethinkentitlement, support approaches
  39. 39. HorizonsCisco IBSGCisco PublicCisco IBSG © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Internet Business Solutions Group 39HorizonsCisco IBSGFor More Information…Jeff Loucksjeloucks@cisco.comRichard Medcalfrmedcalf@cisco.comLauren Buckalewlabuckal@cisco.comFabio Fariaffaria@cisco.com…Contact Cisco’s Internet Business Solutions Group

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