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SUMMER 2011
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Virtualize Voice Services to Cut Costs and Strengthen COOP
Voice system costs can creep up over time as government departments expand or add new capabilities. It’s one reason governments are adopting unified communications. Now you can further increase cost savings by hosting all government unified communications and collaboration applications on blade servers within the same Cisco Unified Computing System™ used for other agency applications. More

Beyond the Virtualized Data Center

Emergency Notification: Why You Need Plan B, and Plan C
Effective mass-notification processes are becoming a requirement for government organizations and are a staple of continuity of operations plans. With an increasingly mobile government workforce, reaching as many as people as possible, as quickly as possible, requires sending messages through as many channels as possible. More

 

Beyond the Virtualized Data Center

Secure Mobility: Is a Tablet in Your Future?
You may already be using a personal tablet—for news, social networking with friends, video on demand, and face-to-face video interaction. What if you could have the same capabilities for doing your job? A tablet with enterprise-class security, built specifically for business environments, supports government services ranging from public safety to building inspection
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Local Authority ‘Green ICT’ Policy Sets New Standard
London Borough uses Cisco’s Borderless Networks EnergyWise service to control energy costs and cut carbon emissions. More

Cisco Live 2011
Learn. Connect. Collaborate. Together.
Las Vegas, NV  July 10-14, 2011

Cisco Live, July 10-14 in Las Vegas, offers world-class education with 600 sessions, 200 Cisco partners, and networking with thousands of the brightest minds in IT. 

Cisco Live, Cisco’s annual IT and communications conference, is your best opportunity to get the training and education you need to move ahead in your career. It’s the must-attend conference for all levels of your organization, with hundreds of sessions spanning four educational programs: Networkers, Cisco Developer Network, Service Provider, and the totally revamped IT Management Program. Keynotes by Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers and by CTO Padmasree Warrior give you a first-hand look at where Cisco sees technology evolving, and how you can position yourself to be a part of the evolution. Add to these a multitude of networking opportunities and a complimentary Cisco certification exam, and Cisco Live is the best investment you can make in your career. Register Now

Can’t attend? Join us virtually

Beyond the Virtualized Data Center

When “Good Enough” Is Not Good Enough
Debunking the Myths of a “Good Enough” Network
Hundreds of Cisco customers have debated the trade-off of prioritizing the lowest price for a point product or service in their network over a strategic plan for how they architect their network infrastructure. Through interactions with many of these customers, we have analyzed various network designs and implementations.
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Cisco ūmi.  The new way to be together.
Bring family and friends to your living room at the touch of a button. Connect ūmi to your HD television for clear and lifelike get-togethers.  
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NYC Digital Government Plan Embraces Social Networking

Hospital CIOs To Increase IT Spending In 2011

Feds, Carriers Unveil Mobile Emergency Alert System



 
Cisco Live 2011
July 10-14, 2011
Las Vegas, NV 

NACo Annual Conference 
July 15-19, 2011
Portland, OR

NASCIO Annual Conference
October 2-5, 2011
Denver, CO

Court Technology Conference
October 4-6, 2011
Long Beach, CA

IACP Annual Conference
October 22-26, 2011
Chicago, IL




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