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Sponsored Story Beyond devices, creating mobile experiences

Dec 17, 2013

Sponsored Story Beyond devices, creating mobile experiences

Maribel Lopez of Lopez Research views the device as one piece of the mobile equation, which creates the opportunity for new inputs and processes. #Cisco #mobility #Business Operations #Adaptive Experiences #Maribez Lopez #Lopez Research #Jeff Loucks #Richard Medcalf #Cisco Consulting Services #Comprehensive BYOD #Mobile Enablement
Cisco loses court challenge to Microsoft's takeover of Skype

Dec 12, 2013

Cisco loses court challenge to Microsoft's takeover of Skype

Microsoft fended off a challenge to its $8.5 billion takeover of messaging service Skype as Europe's second-highest court ruled against claims by rival Cisco that the 2011 deal would harm competition. #Technology #Skype #Microsoft #IT #Luxembourg #Cisco
EU court rejects Cisco challenge; upholds Microsoft, Skype deal

Dec 11, 2013

EU court rejects Cisco challenge; upholds Microsoft, Skype deal

The case comes as an increasing number of users switches to cheaper Internet-based voice and video services, grabbing market share from telecoms operators. #Technology #NewsTracker #Skype #Microsoft #Cisco #Internet video
Indian tech firms could earn $18bn from Internet data Cisco

Dec 08, 2013

Indian tech firms could earn $18bn from Internet data Cisco

There is an explosion of data generated by a network of Internet-connected devices like sensors, routers, smartphones, smart TVs and security cameras, which is referred to as Internet of Things or IoT. Using technologies like predictive analytics and Big Data, companies can enhance productivity and increase operational efficiency. #NewsTracker #Cisco #Big Data #Jeff White
Snowden effect US tech firms, Cisco take a hit in China

Nov 15, 2013

Snowden effect US tech firms, Cisco take a hit in China

Cisco shares tumbled 11 percent on Thursday, a day after it warned that revenue would drop 10 percent this quarter, and continue to contract through the middle of next year, in part due to a backlash in China against revelations about US government surveillance programs. #India #Brazil #Huawei #IBM #Microsoft #ZTE #Cisco #NSA #Edward Snowden #Mexoci #Chinese telecommunication firms #semi-conductors #US telecommunications