How Cisco ASA with FirePOWER Addresses the Full Attack ContinuumRead

March 2, 2015 Security experts often throw around the term “next generation firewall,” but what does it mean exactly, and how is it different from a traditional firewall? In this blog, I will touch on the difference between the two firewall approaches and how Cisco ASA with FirePOWER services addresses the full attack continuum. Traditional […]

Cisco Meraki Cloud Solutions Are A Great Choice for Enterprise CompaniesRead

  February 18, 2015 Meraki has taken the K-12 and SMB market by storm since Cisco announced the Meraki acquisition for $1.2 billion in late 2012. Meraki’s cloud managed security, switching, wireless, and MDM products have grown tremendously in features and in scope, while ultimately finding their way into some of the largest distributed office and […]

Are Cisco’s 10.5 and 10.6 UCCX Updates Worth it?Read

  February 3, 2015 As Cisco continues to make advancements with its Unified Contact Center Express (UCCX) 10.5 and 10.6 releases, you might ask yourself “Is it worth it?”  Let’s look at the different releases and some of the enhancements that were previously available in Cisco Agent Desktop (CAD) that have been revamped for the […]

Contact Centers Have a Case of TMA! Contact Center AcronymsRead

  January 12, 2015 When you start looking at contact center software, it can look like alphabet soup.  It is TMA (Too Many Acronyms)! There is no shortage of contact center acronyms when reading white papers and guides.  And just when you think you’ve got it down for one system, matters get worse when you […]

Chicago IT Consulting Firm Gives Thanks by Giving BackRead

  December 9, 2014 As a Chicago-based IT consulting firm, Mindsight has a lot of reasons to be thankful. We are thankful for the innovation that propels our industry forward, the opportunities we have to help IT professionals be confident in their decisions, and most of all, the relationships we have with vendors, customers, and other […]

Why Nimble Storage Has Been So Disruptive In The Storage IndustryRead

  November 19, 2014 As you may or may not know, storage has historically been a pain point for most organizations in terms of exploding data growth, data protection needs (disaster recovery), increasingly demanding virtualized applications (want access to read/write very quickly), and the fact that storage technologies have been complex/difficult to manage. Furthermore, the […]

1 69 70 71 72