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San Francisco reparations idea: $5 million per Black person

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

San Francisco reparations idea: $5 million per Black person

"A panel appointed by the city of San Francisco has come up with a list of possible ways of making reparations to black Americans. I Norman hall. The city appointed panel was tasked with the thorniest assignment of coming up with ways to repay black Americans for the impact of generations of persistent systemic racism, reparation ideas include payments of $5 million to every eligible black adult, the elimination of personal debt and tax burdens and homes in San Francisco for just $1 a family. Some supervisors are set for Cisco can't afford any major reparation payments right now given the city's deep deficit. It's not clear how many people would be eligible some opponents say current taxpayers shouldn't be held accountable. I Norman hall

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Mary Walter: Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Mary Walter: Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis?

"That seems to be a conversation that's been had a lot here because everyone's asking the question, Trump or desantis Trump or desantis, what are you going to do? And a lot of people viewed desantis as more moderate, et cetera, but I think even if Trump is not the candidate, the movement that he opened up and made okay. Like that he tapped into that so many people from around the country feel who love America who want America to be great, who there's no shame in saying that America is a good country, right? And they call us racist, they call Cisco. There is every color, every gender, there are people here who are gay, there are people who, you know, every stripe, we are inclusive and we can't let them paint us as otherwise. And that is one of the beautiful things about here is liberals would hate it. Free thinkers. I know that's a bad word and so, but it really is. There's a diversity of ideology here. And I love that. I think that's what makes the Republican Party great. Absolutely. But in a way, I think the Republican Party is changing, you know, when we had a Paul Ryan say he's not going to the convention or whatever, if Trump's the nominee, I'm like good and take Mitch McConnell with you, right? Like there's a whole bunch of you can all of you can take your marbles and go home and we won't care. I

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Syscoin Price Prediction 2022   Will SYS Hit 0.8 Soon

TheNewsCrypto

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Syscoin Price Prediction 2022  Will SYS Hit 0.8 Soon

"4 p.m. Saturday, December 24th, 2022. Cisco price prediction 2022 will sis hit 0.8 soon. In Cisco's cis price prediction 2022, we use statistics, price patterns, and much other information about cis two.

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"cisco" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

08:20 min | 3 months ago

"cisco" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

"Hello, welcome to my security TV. My name is Chris cabbage on the editor with my security media with Cisco live in Melbourne. I'm joined by Helen Patton, the ciso with the security team with Cisco. Thanks for joining us. Yeah, my pleasure. Thanks for having me. Maybe better define your role. You're the chief information security officer for the security team. So hand it over to you in terms of what you do as a see so. Right. So I am the see so for the security business group at Cisco, which means my team internally makes sure that the security products we sell to our customers are secure. Got it. So we have to make sure when you sell a security product, it better be secure. So I'm really feeling like the pressure of making sure we get that right. Nice. Look, we'll embed this video into the recent outcomes from a security survey and that obviously looks at the executive teams and also the security teams and some of the findings it's a global survey. I think it's your third within your road map of reports. Maybe just some of the highlights out of that and how you go about it. So we partner with the company called the scientia institute and there are data research firm and we do a double blind study of participants who are IT or security leaders across the globe. The responders don't know Cisco's asking and we don't know who's being asked questions. So depending on the survey, 4500 to 5100 companies across the planet who responded, we've done this three times. We really wanted to find out not just what were people doing in security, but what actually worked in security. So we started with the first study where we said, what are the outcomes we want from a security program? And in general, they were we want to enable the business. We want to reduce risk. And we want to be efficient about doing it. So those were the main outcomes. And then the question was, well, what activities lead to those outcomes? And that was the first study. The second study, we looked at the top 5 activities that led to those outcomes and we went deeper on them. So things like having an integrated technology stack, having really good incident response capabilities, for example. This last study, we really wanted to look at the things that business leadership were most interested in because all of our executives are really hyper aware of security, but they don't necessarily know what they need to know, right? And so this question of security resilience comes up. This is sort of the buzzword of we don't do security for security's sake. But we do security to enable the business to do whatever it is the business does and to dependably continue doing that work. So we talk about security resilience. So in this report, we looked at, well, what things contribute towards a business being security resilient. And it was things like executive buy in executive sponsorship, really necessary, or having a cloud strategy, it didn't have to be only cloud, but being really intentional about that strategy. For example, helps an organization be resilient. So that's where we went. There was a key finding that you made in terms of the digital transformation if they're fully on prem or they're fully in the cloud. They tend to be more secure. But if they're in the middle between sort of a hybrid on prem and cloud and they're still kind of transforming the mushy middle. Yeah, the mushy middle, I think that's right, you called it. Yeah, I think that's a really good finding to understand where businesses are. And as you said, the message there is you want to get through that mushy middle very quickly, right? And transform quickly. Yeah, that's right. And we recognize no one's going to be perfectly cloud, especially if they're an older company. There's just a lot of technology that floats around. You're not going to be able to change. But being really intentional about how you secure cloud versus how you secure on prem. The hard part is when you're trying to do both at once, especially when you've got a talent shortage of security professionals, you need different skills to secure on prem than cloud. You need different tooling. You need different processes. And asking a security team to do both at the same time is really difficult. Do you think that's where the risk does lie between the skill sets, having to change? There's definitely a thing to it. So part of the study was if we are resilient, we actually do a better job of attracting and retaining talent. The challenge, though, is that's the hardest thing to do according to the participants. And that's a global phenomenon, not just Asia Pacific or Australia. So having a security team that is not just skilled in tech, but skilled in being able to communicate with the rest of the business in terms of what's important. Where does their time? Yeah, it's really hard. It's hard, it's a bit of a unicorn to find a security person that's got all of that wrapped up in one person. I think the other key finding is with highlighting is the giving the contractors or your response team some leeway also created a bit more resilience longer term. Maybe just talk about that one. Yeah, so especially when you don't have a lot of people, you tend to fill up their day with busyness and you overextend them. And what we find is if you've got an overextended security team, they're not going to be capable of identifying and responding quickly to a cyber event when it occurs. So you've got to be really intentional about how you organize the work of people and it's not just the security team. It can be the IT teams as well and help desks and so forth. You've got to give them you've got to give them a little bit of breathing space so that if an incident does occur, they've got the bandwidth to be able to deal with it. And that requires, frankly, operational maturity forget security maturity. It just requires the ability to really manage your staff very well. We don't do that very well. It's also a nice to have that we're hearing a lot of not so much burnout, but high stress levels in security teams, particularly here in Australia is on the back of some high level breaches. You can imagine how it's a marathon in terms of these crisis management. And it's burnout it is easy. So yeah, allowing some leeway, it's a good note to know. I think from an executive team, but given a skill shortage, it might be easier said than done. It is, I will tell you I'm actually optimistic about this. One of the benefits of when you get a lot of breaches happening in an environment is you get awareness from executives. And what we're seeing in Australia and other places right now is a lot of awareness from executives that they really have to engage in this issue. As someone who's been in the industry a really long time, one of the things that contributes to burnout when you're a security person is when you have executives that say to their customers, we care about security. But internally, they don't fund it, and they do prioritize it. That values mismatch causes burnout. So I'm really actually pretty bullish right now to say we're starting to see alignment between what executives say and what they're actually doing. And that will help mitigate burnout issues and security teams. And that's something I raised. We've also funding the executive team. Once they've got the buy in, the security team has that executive buy in. The next challenge is then to push it through the business. And it always depends. And that comes to culture. Yes. There was a key point there. What were some of the fundings around culture, just to finish off in terms of good cybersecurity culture resonates through for resilience? It does. And so things like you don't just do security training that is compliance training. Certainly your employees need to know how to spot when weird things happen and how to report. But you want to training to be security awareness related and what we do find is things like training employees on how to be secure at home, how to protect their family, builds habits that they bring back to the office with them. Virtually or otherwise, in a hybrid way, but those habits come back. And then they use those same habits to protect the company. So just generally helping employees understand how to be secure for themselves, translates into a more secure organization in a more resilient organization. I think it definitely underlines the hybrid work theme of Cisco live 2022 in Melbourne. Helen Patton, thank you so much. Welcome to belvin, enjoy half Ryan, half sunshine, as Melbourne does. But thanks for joining us on my security TV at Cisco live, 2022. Thanks very much, Ellen. Thank you very much.

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Republicans Prepare to Govern in House Majority

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Republicans Prepare to Govern in House Majority

"Man, I also add, I think they're screwing up candidate recruitment for 2024. You did a great job with Juan Cisco. And many other new members. Am I right about that that the delay is even delaying your particular personal efforts to recruit people for 2024? Is not only delaying that, it's being prepared to not only defend the majority that grow the majority. You want to take advantage of having the majority. Remember, this is a presidential year. So you only have so many months to really get out there and govern and you want to hit the ground running. Every day you lose, if you lose a quarter, you don't start strong. So you don't get new stronger candidates. You don't get more resources to be able to supply those candidates to get the message out. And people look at us and believe, are you ready to be religion if this is what's happening? How can you pass the big bills? How can you continue the course of history? How can you secure the border? How you could become energy independent. Allocate passive parents Bill of rights. It's all in jeopardy.

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Mourners pray at Thai temple filled by children's keepsakes

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Mourners pray at Thai temple filled by children's keepsakes

"Grief stricken families prayed at a Buddhist temple after the bodies of those killed in a knife and gun rampage at a day care center in Thailand were finally released Relatives gathered inside the temple where the coffins lay of many of the dozens of people killed most of the dead were preschoolers who were stabbed and shot as they napped on blankets on the floor large photos of happy toddlers rested amongst flowers and grieving relatives needing at their coffins local official not at length said the whole area is grieving the loss We are a midsize community not big so everyone knew what happened very quickly causing deep sadness among us Cisco lost his wife and daughter in the attack I cried until I had no more tears coming out of my eyes They're now running through my heart I'm Karen Chammas

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"cisco" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

03:01 min | 10 months ago

"cisco" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

"So why is now an important time for organizations to consider the service? Number of reasons, right? One definitely in the last two years, what we all have with the industry, work has become distributed. Employees are now connecting from their home from third party locations and they are coming to the office as well. So again, having security follow the users is critical making sure that none of the entry points have any exposure in terms of security, like that's critical. So CIOs and the IT teams are definitely have been grappling with this, right? And the second big piece is digital transformation has really kicked in. So a lot of service risk previously used to be through different mediums. But increasing number of services are getting delivered through the digital medium. So making sure that security is applied to all of these is very critical at the experience which you provide to the end customer. That's super critical as well. So that is a very interesting dialog in front of many of our customers on making sure that you provide the best of connectivity, the best of networking. But at the same time, provide the best of security to this very expanded footprint of users across the organization or coming from the customer side. So it's becoming very, very relevant in current times to look at a service. Which treats security as the foundational building block on top of what you could build on top of all the other services which can come in. So customers definitely have to look at security and that's becoming the most critical building block of the architecture they can put in. Well, Jay, I want to thank you for giving us your time today and giving us a big overview of this announcement and development. Are there any other exciting pieces of news we should be looking out for from Cisco Meraki? Absolutely Doug. We continue to innovate. We continue to simplify the digital transformation for our customers. And there are a lot of exciting Cisco Meraki announcement sassy announcements coming up at our C conference and these are going to happen in the next couple of weeks. So please stay tuned for all the exciting announcements which will be bringing for customers. Well, Jay, I really want to thank you for joining me today. This has been very interesting. I hope I get to podcast you down the road and maybe a few weeks or months to see how this is rolling out and also to talk about some of the southern news. But for now, thank you for joining me today. Absolutely, the pleasure talking to you. Thank you so much..

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"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

03:01 min | 10 months ago

"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"So why is now an important time for organizations to consider the service? Number of reasons, right? One definitely in the last two years, what we all have with the industry, work has become distributed. Employees are now connecting from their home from third party locations and they are coming to the office as well. So again, having security follow the users is critical making sure that none of the entry points have any exposure in terms of security, like that's critical. So CIOs and the IT teams are definitely have been grappling with this, right? And the second big piece is digital transformation has really kicked in. So a lot of service risk previously used to be through different mediums. But increasing number of services are getting delivered through the digital medium. So making sure that security is applied to all of these is very critical at the experience which you provide to the end customer. That's super critical as well. So that is a very interesting dialog in front of many of our customers on making sure that you provide the best of connectivity, the best of networking. But at the same time, provide the best of security to this very expanded footprint of users across the organization or coming from the customer side. So it's becoming very, very relevant in current times to look at a service. Which treats security as the foundational building block on top of what you could build on top of all the other services which can come in. So customers definitely have to look at security and that's becoming the most critical building block of the architecture they can put in. Well, Jay, I want to thank you for giving us your time today and giving us a big overview of this announcement and development. Are there any other exciting pieces of news we should be looking out for from Cisco Meraki? Absolutely Doug. We continue to innovate. We continue to simplify the digital transformation for our customers. And there are a lot of exciting Cisco Meraki announcement sassy announcements coming up at our C conference and these are going to happen in the next couple of weeks. So please stay tuned for all the exciting announcements which will be bringing for customers. Well, Jay, I really want to thank you for joining me today. This has been very interesting. I hope I get to podcast you down the road and maybe a few weeks or months to see how this is rolling out and also to talk about some of the southern news. But for now, thank you for joining me today. Absolutely, the pleasure talking to you. Thank you so much..

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"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"So Jay, can organizations of any size benefit from it? Yes, Doug. So organizations starting all the way from a small business, customer going to medium sized business customers as well as to distributed enterprise. Any of them can use this AT&T fastly with subscriber key. For, again, building out these resilient as well as highly secure networks. Twitch scalability from SMBs to enterprises with distributed locations. So a lot of our readers tell us that they're basically moving to a hybrid work environment. Tell me about the security with that environment in mind. Sure, sure. So if you look at the use cases, like what I talked about earlier, there are two specific use cases which are built to this hybrid environment. One is the secure remote access. And the second is cloud security. So I will start with the first one. With this AT&T secure remote access with Cisco. The architecture actually verifies the user identity and the health device, before allowing connections to any company's resources or any sensitive information. It also provides secure access to specific applications so that the users can complete their job duties. So that's the first place. So no matter where you're working, whether you are remote, whether you're an office, whether you are, let's say in a coffee shop or some other place or the airport, having the secure remote access is critical, and that's how you would predict data. And the second piece is using technologies like the secure web gateway, this allows cloud delivered security which would protect.

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"cisco" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"cisco" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

"So Jay, can organizations of any size benefit from it? Yes, Doug. So organizations starting all the way from a small business, customer going to medium sized business customers as well as to distributed enterprise. Any of them can use this AT&T fastly with subscriber key. For, again, building out these resilient as well as highly secure networks. Twitch scalability from SMBs to enterprises with distributed locations. So a lot of our readers tell us that they're basically moving to a hybrid work environment. Tell me about the security with that environment in mind. Sure, sure. So if you look at the use cases, like what I talked about earlier, there are two specific use cases which are built to this hybrid environment. One is the secure remote access. And the second is cloud security. So I will start with the first one. With this AT&T secure remote access with Cisco. The architecture actually verifies the user identity and the health device, before allowing connections to any company's resources or any sensitive information. It also provides secure access to specific applications so that the users can complete their job duties. So that's the first place. So no matter where you're working, whether you are remote, whether you're an office, whether you are, let's say in a coffee shop or some other place or the airport, having the secure remote access is critical, and that's how you would predict data. And the second piece is using technologies like the secure web gateway, this allows cloud delivered security which would protect.

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"cisco" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"cisco" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

"This is the green and I'm the publisher of telecom reseller, and today I'm with Tim Johan, who is the solution manager at foss, Tim, thank you for joining me today. I took not to be on the podcast with you. Well, Tim, I'm really excited we're going to be able to do this podcast. So many of our readers are Cisco users, so many of our readers use Cisco call manager. Many of our other readers have customers use Cisco, and you've recently announced there was a vos announcement, you unveiled an enhanced dial plan, integration between Microsoft Teams, phone system and Cisco call manager. We're going to be diving right into that topic in just a minute. But Tim, first of all, what is Voss? Bosworth, we're a global company. We work with the organizations broadly around helping them to build operate and run. They're used in their collaboration networks in their organizations. That's really our remit. We do that on a global basis with partners and customers. And my role within that is, I work as a solution manager so I'm working with our customers and partners and really helping them design and build out solutions that meet their particular business requirements. So Tim, let's start at the beginning. We've got Cisco. We've got Microsoft, what's the challenge here? So interesting point there. Doug, I think if you look at what's driving the RTA gender at the moment and sort of where organizations are putting their push in energy, just a lot of work around hybrid working. Agile remote remote working and it's really tending organizations towards building out what we call digital fabrics or digital workplaces to really connect up all the employees inside their organization, but out. But here's a challenge really. Those same organizations are also running. Existing Cisco Systems for their voice networks, so the challenge in the question is just how do you manage both these two worlds, whilst you're transforming your communication network essentially and moving that up to the cloud. That's what the challenge is. The real danger here is that organizations embark on these journeys. And they get to one I call this midpoint crisis and not so much a midlife crisis, more midpoint crisis..

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"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"This is the green and I'm the publisher of telecom reseller, and today I'm with Tim Johan, who is the solution manager at foss, Tim, thank you for joining me today. I took not to be on the podcast with you. Well, Tim, I'm really excited we're going to be able to do this podcast. So many of our readers are Cisco users, so many of our readers use Cisco call manager. Many of our other readers have customers use Cisco, and you've recently announced there was a vos announcement, you unveiled an enhanced dial plan, integration between Microsoft Teams, phone system and Cisco call manager. We're going to be diving right into that topic in just a minute. But Tim, first of all, what is Voss? Bosworth, we're a global company. We work with the organizations broadly around helping them to build operate and run. They're used in their collaboration networks in their organizations. That's really our remit. We do that on a global basis with partners and customers. And my role within that is, I work as a solution manager so I'm working with our customers and partners and really helping them design and build out solutions that meet their particular business requirements. So Tim, let's start at the beginning. We've got Cisco. We've got Microsoft, what's the challenge here? So interesting point there. Doug, I think if you look at what's driving the RTA gender at the moment and sort of where organizations are putting their push in energy, just a lot of work around hybrid working. Agile remote remote working and it's really tending organizations towards building out what we call digital fabrics or digital workplaces to really connect up all the employees inside their organization, but out. But here's a challenge really. Those same organizations are also running. Existing Cisco Systems for their voice networks, so the challenge in the question is just how do you manage both these two worlds, whilst you're transforming your communication network essentially and moving that up to the cloud. That's what the challenge is. The real danger here is that organizations embark on these journeys. And they get to one I call this midpoint crisis and not so much a midlife crisis, more midpoint crisis..

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Circus solidarity: Ukrainian performers find home in Hungary

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Circus solidarity: Ukrainian performers find home in Hungary

"Circus performers from Ukraine have found a home away from the war in Hungary around one hundred Ukrainian art students ages five to twenty along with their adult chaperones escaped the embattled cities apart key and and key that includes sixteen year old Iraq may Perrotta understands when I constraining I just want to perform the incident was strolls after Russia invaded Ukraine the capital circus a Budapest along with the Hungarian school for acrobats arranged for the Ukrainian circus students to come there is my Cisco Hong addresses will direct your call for call back says there is no war within the circuit in circuits there is only productivity as a collective productivity thirteen year old analysts said Scott says she was initially heartbroken when she had to leave her relatives in Harkey best available nearby she said when I came here I didn't expect to be so well received and for it to be so nice the capital circus a Budapest is donating proceeds to help the Ukrainian performers I'm a Donahue

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SF Mayor Blames Rise in Crime on 'Right Wing Media'

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 1 year ago

SF Mayor Blames Rise in Crime on 'Right Wing Media'

"Another denial of reality is the mayor of San Francisco. Hit which he attributes the perception that crime is rising in that city of San Francisco. You know, there's a lot of noise about what's happening in our city. You see it in the headlines, often in the right wing media. They love to talk about San Francisco, don't they? You see it on social media. You see one video, take off, as if it's telling the whole truth about who we are. I know it's challenging with all that noise to really understand what's happening. Right, wing media. This is a news report from ABC channel 7, not exactly right wing. Tourists are starting to come back to Stanford Cisco and crime in some popular tourist areas, is also now ticking up. Neighbors near San Francisco's palace of fine arts say car break ins right now, maybe worse than they've ever seen.

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"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"Customers like to see where we're going and what the next strategy is going to be. You know, I was just about to ask, you know, this is really interesting to me that it sounds like this is something for anybody that's got a connection with Cisco whether your Cisco end user Cisco dealer or maybe somebody on the network that deals with Cisco every day. I think it is and we really take a look at where we're at. So because it's interesting and because we're doing things, I want to give you four quick examples. It's kind of a different context, I guess. Hybrid working is here to stay. We know that. Agents, we want to professionally serve that incoming call through attended console or queuing. If you talk about diverse vertical segments, we're talking about cities and schools and advanced queuing. We talk about medical doctors or not even just the doctors out of it, but the medical staff who have to do HIPAA compliant regulations, even faxes. We're seeing a spike in that app right now because of these regulations and being secure. And lastly, about call recordings, we've all heard, hey, your call is going to be recorded for security purposes and customer service purposes. We can enhance that. That could be from a financial transaction or even insurance agents. Also, police departments as well in the federal and public sector, we're seeing a big boost in call record because they can go back and search it. School is the same way with local authorities. Really important to talk about that..

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"cisco" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"cisco" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Ten percent of trucking capacity can fluctuate a bit. But you know you don't have that kind of slack. And and now. I mean we saw this when people shifted consumption and i get a little a little mad when people talk about panic buying as kind of the you know the the reason that we had all these shortages it really like. It's preventing us from understanding. You know the real problem there. Which is that that. Lean supply chain. Sure there was some panic. Buying you know no doubt about it. But we had a enormous shift in people's behavior so i with With my sister and brother-in-law. I own a couple of small businesses. And we serve food right so we we get food from cisco Cisco couldn't get rid of food right because nobody's eating out so they've got you know..

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'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation' (#4) ft. The Ball & Buds All-Stars (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #30)

Ball

05:00 min | 1 year ago

'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation' (#4) ft. The Ball & Buds All-Stars (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #30)

"Obviously i lost but it was a huge huge matchup between me and you know. Cluber de the com- badge was able to take me out this weekend. Anti whoa. Whoa whoa kind of music. Quite let me clear my throat. He a relief. Rake and if you don't like that i'm breaking your mom's off later hold on. Oh yes i've beat you. I took you out just like your mom. Took me out and she paid. why why. Why slow down slow down. Did you say fan simple. 'cause you know cluber dis all over the place. I love fantasy football and ask some shits. I can't stand about things football sometimes. Okay i got some things to get off my chest. And i'm not talking about your mother. Yes she likes that too anyways. Now when it comes to football common sense and the knowing that it's fantasy football people need to understand that it's fantasy football all right. Don't complicate it all right commissioners. I'm a commissioner and my league. i'm in other leagues. Where people trays to equal. I asked my does day. Oh i would trade. i'm a trade receivable for receiver. Why five would you trade a receiver for receiver in the words. Jim cornet. Why are you going to put a hat on a hat. Does that make sense unless the person you're trading for you might get double points with the core back you have other than that. There is no point. There's no reason to trade or allow a train to go through four position for position. You're not gonna trade a receiver four receiver. Why would i trade for michael thomas. What i had jerry. Judy does that make sense. I have somebody say well. You know. I like to let those trade go by because you know maybe that person he's a means a new scenery just is fantasy football. It's not real. It doesn't matter if they're on another team. It's the same damn thing it's a receiver. You already have a receiver. Why trading for receiver. You know what clobbered easy little angry they. Mcconnell dowell calmed down just to stupidity. I get with this all the time. You're putting a hats on a hat another thing. Don't trade to people for one. I can't adjust my roth or to add that. Extra person that i should be getting points for trade away Points for one person that don't make sense. They need to be equal to one from one. No three people for one person. No two people for one person. What are you doing. It makes says come on people get better than add on a ahead. Jim cornets fez. Only tom put a hat on a hat. It's going in hot in your mother okay. It could be the red cafe down there. I might get humphrey who cares. So what judge away. Oh god no god please. But why people facing football. It's easy okay. If you wanna better your team better at at a different position if you already have good receivers or decent receivers you don't need a trade for another you trade for running back you train for a high quality tied in you do something of that nature. You don't trade to upgrade the same same can you know it. Let me come down. let me see. Oh this is what happens by spider cisco talking about football i need inject because the combat g. is always in a place to be and what we're talking about fancy free. Oh ask them out because she knows where i'd be would these bars. I tell you you know what i'm saying. It's the free back in the day. Me the guy to kane rockingham. You know what i'm saying. All the people your mom. Your mom listened to the freaked out with them. But that's another story here nor there. Yeah listen that's cool mother fucking barge nick. Can you know nothing but football

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White House details plans to vaccinate 28M children age 5-11

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

White House details plans to vaccinate 28M children age 5-11

"Once approved by federal regulators children aged five to eleven will be able to get a covert shot at their doctor's office local pharmacy and potentially even their school the White House plan to supply covert vaccines for twenty eight million children targets almost every medical provider that kids would have access to Cisco would response coordinator Jeff designs we have secured vaccines supplied to vaccinate every child ages five through eleven it is soon as the vaccine is authorized by the FDA we will begin shipping millions of devotion this is nationwide within hours of the formal approval of the fires a shot for children which is expected after the CDC advisory meeting scheduled for November second and third Zions says fifteen million doses will ship with millions more to follow weekly the U. S. but sixty five million doses making it free to everyone who wants it I'm Julie Walker

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"cisco" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"cisco" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"Everyone i'm the founder and ceo of product school. Ask today adhere wiki to bell. Who's the sbp gerard manager at cisco for the security and cooperation business unit. Do almost a year again so we had you on the show many years ago when you would not for profit books on flights i didn't realize it was three or four years so that's a long time ago so great to be back again. I i know that you've hosting great works. Congratulations again donald success. Thank you you too. So let's say diabetes. What about your your personal journey. So i know you've been an executive in for obama combines like emc box now cisco but how. Do you break into product. In the way that. I think about this The origination of value in a company starts from product. Because it is something that you build that gigolo eventually to a customer in the customer's purchase origination about using the side. So it's it's so central to every part of the business and that's why i decided to go into because it made a lot of sense to say would you build is actually the most importance and the most value because once you actually have a great product you can take to market. You can have scale distribution so it's the most amount of ripple effects and the most modern leveraged investment because every single decision that you make will in fact impact not just the engineering team that you're working with the back. The end the design team but also back sales and marketing and customer success and you know billing and accounting finance and all those parts get impacted based on the decision making. So it's a it's a great business to be. And i ended up getting into product just by by lock i moved to silicon valley and i always was fascinated with product than when i was at. Mc we made an acquisition of a company and they asked to run the business and there was a small company. We were all about just having a great product that beloved and started in listens. What idea i'll be. I agree and i'm going to use that snippet for some executives. I dug with because that goes. You said about product adding so much at the core of everything. It's readily i mean. Obviously it's been around for awhile but but now it's becoming more mainstream so i won't there. When did you realize that like how many people think that way backing today. It is actually a challenge with this. This vocation in the sense that there was you know. There's a very formal school that you go to for design and there's a very formal school you go to four engineering and on this kinds of be below being on them on different parts of the business that you might have in finance accounting but for product. It's very vague. Kind of every company defines brooks like differently. And that's actually part of the which is why companies like yours made so much sense in the fact that an chris cox giving me thing. That's very few people that are great people so most of the times the companies that are doing great on the product side actually build out a skill to train product people within the company itself. Because if you don't then you can't just find people from outside because it's every company defines this lady differently in you have to have poor set of values on product and added principles. That really makes sense. And so you know the way. I think about it is. It's it is unique in the sense that there's no playbook back can be portable across the board but then there's also so many things that can be codified that you know conversations like these really helped. The community is large. Learn from each other and so i think i think that's a pretty important dimension of so i'm sure there are folks leading that work on larger greenwich johnson. All make a wish my manager as manager so these way at drake. I won't ask you join company next for example where i'm sure that even though culture so many business units that they may be speaking slightly different languages. How did you go about creating a common language across the board but common language in my mind is showing off to be built because time companies build products. And you got to show people what you've built and so one of the things i did when i first came to cisco was the one meeting that i don't reschedule out of my my. My week is a design review meeting and the design review meeting was probably the product manager or designer engineering leader and it's not management. Vp's i'm not on directors. I'm to the individual people that are building the and we just go through being tell people explicitly in the meeting league. Titles out in the room outside of the room. I don't really care what what anyone's title is. You shouldn't care what my title is. And we're just gonna make sure that the best idea wins and makes it in the product so that people the rebuilding the product for love the product. So that they can talk about it the defense and family and when they do bats the most scalable marketing engine you can never build is word of mouth and so what we did was we started with that and then or we did was my boss is the ceo at cisco and his leadership team is all the executives. Go answer every meeting at cisco now we start with the dental and individual contributors from seventy thousand person company come in and they demo department and they demonstrate to all of the executives cisco and it's a great moment for them to get recognized and it's also a great moment for everyone at cisco to know that we are a product centric culture rebuilding amazing products. And that's the most important thing we can do is build great products that people love and so we started doing that. I would me badmouth chuck staff and now doing all hands meeting so you have a seventy thousand persons all hands meeting. We start demos of meeting. Its water fun. You i want to join. That sounds amazing. Rehiring very aggressively. I mean i want to spectator. i have going on. I i went to. I went to that. What you said about those design reviews. Goes i guess in your business unit. There might be so many different products. So that's that means that you have different designed reviews as well i do i have i have two one for the collaboration business unit. One for the security doesn't stand up and tried to design reviews a week and we go through each one of them actually do it every other week and so on and then the other weekend be kind of names and then some days be actually do it. You know every week vibe. When the design team the product team get together and they share with us the problem solving. And why how. We're creating a symmetry in the market by building and designing a product. That is the way they designed it and then we actually are very critical retake. It's kinda like you know sculpting a piece of art. Why do we make decisions to be made. What are the things that we need to think about. Go back to the drawing board because this doesn't seem like it's right for the users not simple enough you know and it goes from the smallest things. What is the sign up flow look like in webex to the biggest of capabilities like innovate on the go. Out who create a whole new category of a product play contact center. What should that look like. All of those pieces and everything in the middle we actually look at. We had different product from this show and especially Small to mid size organization the ceo. Is steve read involved in some of those meetings on the seasons the pro. Ma's it's up to fifty people so it's kind of people know each other's names and at least they know what's going on but i assure scary. Now you mentioned seventy five thousand people show how you gonna as an executive as you keep track of all the different initiatives that.

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Andy Mauro CEO of Automat on Conversational Commerce

The Voicebot Podcast

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Andy Mauro CEO of Automat on Conversational Commerce

"Anymore. Oh welcome to the voice by podcast brett. This is a long time coming now. We've done a couple of clubhouse sessions. But we've i guess known each other at least through social media for several years. Now he's sort of back and forth have always appreciated your comments and our exchanges there and it's really nice that we have this one on one time to really talk about you've been doing because you have a long history in the industry you've seen a lot of different parts of it. You're doing some of the more interesting things. I think right now from a conversational standpoint in the market right now with automatic but it. We should start with where you started. So how'd you get into the industry. What did that look like early on. And what were you to the to. The tech. Sure and likewise. I've been looking forward to this for a long time. So excited to see where this goes i history. Hopefully it doesn't take too long. I've been working in what. I like to just say computers. You talk to for now over twenty years so i guess dedicated all but a couple years of my career to this space. I really love it. I mean i feel like it's a privilege to work in this right. I mean i think flying cars and talking computers. This is the stuff of childhood sci-fi dreams and you know. I really honestly feel lucky to get to work in the space for as long as i have and so it goes back to my days. My only job before. This space was at the canadian at the time unicorn nortel which is sort of a competitor. Cisco's in this back in the late nineties and Back when everything was just internet infrastructure was the big business. And i had a job. They're working on crazy low level. Ip over atm stuff. I was a programmer. I love that stuff. And i all. My friends started quitting one day and they were going across the street. And i said where you're going like this they said this cool startup nuance and i was like. Oh that sounds fun and just like you do in your early twenties. Just quit my job like literally the next day and over and got a job at this other place where all my friends were and man. That was lucky. That was just one of those life. Changing things i didn't know about conversation. We didn't even call it conversationally. I'm back that rain speech recognition.

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Who Are Ransomware Gangs Targeting?

Cyber Security Today

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Who Are Ransomware Gangs Targeting?

"Which organizations are ransomware gangs looking to target. According to israeli cyber security firm kayla they primarily want firms based in the us canada. Australia and europe who on average earn more than one hundred million dollars in annual revenue and are not in the education health. Care government or nonprofit sectors. That's according to an analysis of forty five conversation threads on criminal forums. these forums are where initial access brokers claim to have hijacked into a company and are now selling that access to ransomware groups. Attackers are looking to buy specific types of access to victims so it and security administrators should pay attention to this. Highly desirable are companies. That have vulnerabilities in their microsoft remote. Desktop protocol set up which is used my employees for remote access as well as those with vulnerable virtual private networks setups using products from six palo. Alto networks vm-ware fortinet and cisco systems now in the last several months all of these products have issued patches for vulnerabilities. So you shouldn't be caught off guard for such access. Ransomware attackers are willing to pay up to one hundred thousand dollars and remember if your company earns less than a hundred million dollars a year. Don't be complacent. That's an average of the requirements of some attackers and only for messages seen during a narrow timeframe

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"cisco" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

Cyber Security Today

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"cisco" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

"Open source project releases of the snort intrusion detection engine prior to release two point nine point eighteen now. The current version of snort is three an attacker could exploit the vulnerability to compromise a host machine. At the moment there are no work arounds for the cisco products and earlier version of snort. Those with affected secure cisco devices should watch the company's security website for mitigation or patches and finally another reminder of the importance of it staff having and following a process for learning of and installing security updates. this involves adjust released. American government review into the january. Twenty twenty hack of six remote access servers used by the. Us census bureau three weeks before the hack tricks publicly released information about the vulnerability along with steps to mitigate it the census bureau's computer incident response team knew about it. But that team didn't coordinate with the it team responsible for implementing the mitigation until it was too late. Not only that. The remote access servers weren't being scanned for vulnerabilities and that's because the system and vulnerability scanning teams hadn't transferred the system credentials needed for scanning and the service shouldn't have been online at all. They were no longer supported and were in the process of being replaced by new servers. But the old ones were still operating. The bureau says that's because the needed six engineers were helping other federal departments so the mitigation was delayed now. fortunately the bureau's firewalls blocked the attackers attempt to install a back door after compromising the servers but the attacker was still able to make changes to those servers including creating new user accounts. No bureau data was compromised in its response. The census bureau said it has accepted recommendations for changes including implementing procedures to promptly notify..

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"cisco" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

Cyber Security Today

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"cisco" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

"Ransomeware. Gangs usually try to compromise. Victims computers by secrecy tricking employees into downloading. What they think is legitimate file but one attacker is blatantly appealing to employees greed. He sending emails to employees asking them to infect their companies system with ransomware in return they get a piece of the ransom according to security company abnormal security which is seen emails like this received by its customers. The crook says the employees would get one million dollars in bitcoin. That's assuming the employer pays a two point five million dollar ransom and how does this attacker. Fine potential victims by searching through link them in fact this attacker started out by sending poisoned email attachments to senior executives but when all of his attempts failed turn to finding greeting employees two i good for executives for spotting the initial phony messages and second employees. Need to be warned that they might get a pitch inviting them to be criminal. Cisco systems is investigating what it calls it medium severity vulnerability that could impact some of his routers and edge platforms. The problem is in the server. Name identification requests filtering in cisco's web security appliance and firepower threat. Defense devices it also affects all open source project releases of the snort intrusion detection engine prior to release two point nine point eighteen now. The current version of snort is three an attacker could exploit the vulnerability to compromise a host machine. At the moment there are no work arounds for the cisco products and earlier version of snort. Those with affected secure cisco devices should watch the company's security website for mitigation or patches

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Wanted: Disgruntled Employees to Deploy Ransomware – Krebs on Security

Cyber Security Today

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Wanted: Disgruntled Employees to Deploy Ransomware – Krebs on Security

"Ransomeware. Gangs usually try to compromise. Victims computers by secrecy tricking employees into downloading. What they think is legitimate file but one attacker is blatantly appealing to employees greed. He sending emails to employees asking them to infect their companies system with ransomware in return they get a piece of the ransom according to security company abnormal security which is seen emails like this received by its customers. The crook says the employees would get one million dollars in bitcoin. That's assuming the employer pays a two point five million dollar ransom and how does this attacker. Fine potential victims by searching through link them in fact this attacker started out by sending poisoned email attachments to senior executives but when all of his attempts failed turn to finding greeting employees two i good for executives for spotting the initial phony messages and second employees. Need to be warned that they might get a pitch inviting them to be criminal. Cisco systems is investigating what it calls it medium severity vulnerability that could impact some of his routers and edge platforms. The problem is in the server. Name identification requests filtering in cisco's web security appliance and firepower threat. Defense devices it also affects all open source project releases of the snort intrusion detection engine prior to release two point nine point eighteen now. The current version of snort is three an attacker could exploit the vulnerability to compromise a host machine. At the moment there are no work arounds for the cisco products and earlier version of snort. Those with affected secure cisco devices should watch the company's security website for mitigation or patches

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"cisco" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

Cyber Security Today

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"cisco" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

"Is aimed at window systems has been improved according to cisco systems callous threat intelligence service the unknown threat attack actor developing this now where has made some changes to hide his activity. It's still asks victims to download and infected. Pdf or microsoft word file. One example is a file for application developers or it departments with the title changes in hardware software documentation one way to limit the spread of this now whereas to educate employees on the risks of downloading files and software sent to them from unexpected sources. Windows administrators also have to restrict the use of power shell which is used to execute this and many other types of malware. Some organizations are finding smart card enabled printers scanners and multifunction devices. Don't work it may be because of a problem with the july security patches. That microsoft issued for windows server microsoft says. It departments should make sure the latest firmware and device drivers are installed. If that doesn't solve the problem it offers a temporary mitigation separately. Microsoft is warning that now wear being spread through fraudulent call. Centers is more dangerous than i thought. The scheme involves tricking people into calling a support line by sending them an email saying they're going to be charged a fee for service unless they call in the m- our they're fooled into downloading which is dubbed basil loader installs a back door on their computer for sneaking into systems in in addition microsoft. Now says it also gives a hacker hands on keyboard control of the victim's computer that could lead to the installation of more malware or ransomware. You should ignore e mail threats like this particularly if you've never signed up for or downloaded the trial software as always carefully. Look at the full senders email address. Usually this will contain clues. It's not from a legitimate company. That's it for now. Remember links to details about podcast. Stories are in the text version at.

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"cisco" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

Cyber Security Today

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"cisco" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

"Ransomware attacks are soaring. That's the conclusion of security vendors. Sonic wall in its analysis of recent trends in threat attacks. The volume of ransomware around the world hit just over three hundred and four million attempts in the first six months of this year that was equal to the number of attempts for all twenty twenty in the second quarter alone. There were almost one hundred and eighty nine. Million attempts report argues that the more organizations that pay ransoms the greater the incentive ransom groups have to launch attacks organizations may be paying through their cyber insurance with the goal of containing the cost of the attack but the report suggests that only shows threat groups that ransomware pays and paying doesn't eliminate the chance at a ransomware group was strike of victim again. The report adds the united states is by far the country. That's the biggest target of ransomware attempts and for some reason most of them are aimed at organizations or residents in florida. Cyber security teams are being warned that these solar marker password information stealing now wear which is aimed at window systems has been improved according to cisco systems callous threat intelligence service the unknown threat attack actor developing this now where has made some changes to hide his activity. It's still asks victims to download and infected. Pdf or microsoft word file. One example is a file for application developers or it departments with the title changes in hardware software documentation one way to limit the spread of this now whereas to educate employees on the risks of downloading files and software sent to them from unexpected sources.

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Information Stealing Malware Solarmarker Reemerging on the Malware Scene

Cyber Security Today

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Information Stealing Malware Solarmarker Reemerging on the Malware Scene

"Ransomware attacks are soaring. That's the conclusion of security vendors. Sonic wall in its analysis of recent trends in threat attacks. The volume of ransomware around the world hit just over three hundred and four million attempts in the first six months of this year that was equal to the number of attempts for all twenty twenty in the second quarter alone. There were almost one hundred and eighty nine. Million attempts report argues that the more organizations that pay ransoms the greater the incentive ransom groups have to launch attacks organizations may be paying through their cyber insurance with the goal of containing the cost of the attack but the report suggests that only shows threat groups that ransomware pays and paying doesn't eliminate the chance at a ransomware group was strike of victim again. The report adds the united states is by far the country. That's the biggest target of ransomware attempts and for some reason most of them are aimed at organizations or residents in florida. Cyber security teams are being warned that these solar marker password information stealing now wear which is aimed at window systems has been improved according to cisco systems callous threat intelligence service the unknown threat attack actor developing this now where has made some changes to hide his activity. It's still asks victims to download and infected. Pdf or microsoft word file. One example is a file for application developers or it departments with the title changes in hardware software documentation one way to limit the spread of this now whereas to educate employees on the risks of downloading files and software sent to them from unexpected sources.

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Mapped CEO Wants to Simplify IoT Device Integrations

Code Story

03:06 min | 1 year ago

Mapped CEO Wants to Simplify IoT Device Integrations

"During my time at cisco i very quickly realized that It was different from every other business. At cisco it was probably my third or fourth conversation After it come into the iot team where the customer looked at us and said have any of you actually been to oilrig. We sort of Looked around the room and nobody can say yes and so it led to lead the four years of really just visiting any customer could whether it was a manufacturing floor you know the roof of the building or the sub basement building going behind the scenes at an amusement park or you know into an oil refinery or out on an oil rig. I just wanted to feel the pain that the customer was going through and and really understand it. Firsthand and those sorts of of of discovery trips led to a repeated pattern that i kept seeing over again. You know i would get on on stage for various cisco events in say things like you know. Gartner predicts that there will be twenty five billion connected devices by twenty twenty five And then the next year it would drop to twenty two billion in the next to dropped a twenty billion and that mix of sort of the the numbers continuing to down into a right plus what. I was observing customers. Which was they would do a pilot in one of their environments and that pilot would take them a year to build and deploy and then they would go to move that pilot the next environment factory across the street or the refinery on the other side of the country and it turns out that all the work they had done for integration. All the work they had done to extract data out of those systems and bring it into the dashboards and the analytics they were trying to put together a had to be done again. It had to be done from scratch because that factory across the street or the refinery on the other side of the of the country had no sort of commonality with the systems that were in the first one where they built the pilot and again this was just a side effect of the various system. Integrators using whatever was the best set of tools at the time this pain of immigration plus the the the sort of droppings predictions of connected devices or iot devices. Them really got me thinking about what is the biggest problem that we have an iot or digitisation and the problem is that as we try to bring together all these devices in order to come up with transformative insights that complex relationships among the devices are aware that that transformative insect comes from and to do that. You have to deeply integrate with these systems. So if we can free up the industry from having to do all the integration manually and we can automate across the seas of of doing integration and sort of reverse engineering what humans had built in the first place. Then we can really start to open this industry at scale and allowed developers who may have never set foot on a factory or have never gone into a refinery to really start to build applications by just purely looking at data and starting to figure out ways to make sense of data rather than spending all their time on integration.

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"cisco" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"cisco" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

"Cisco based on equal john reduced.

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All Federal Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Will End in Texas on June 26

Chris Krok

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

All Federal Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Will End in Texas on June 26

"And updates from the Texas Workforce Commission. Cisco Gum is with the TWC says that the last benefit week for unemployed Texans to receive enhanced federal unemployment benefits is the week ending June 26th. This includes Pandemic Unemployment assistance program for those who traditionally do not qualify for regular state benefits and pandemic emergency unemployment compensation that extends regular state benefits. The TWC also ended the pandemic related provisions that permitted unemployed Texans. To turn down jobs over Covid 19 concerns. Kim Lamp kits W

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Fastly Glitch Disrupts Swathes of Global Internet

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Fastly Glitch Disrupts Swathes of Global Internet

"Right now, Ivan, find south with us. The Tigers financial partners here on what we observe today from Fastly and an Internet outage. I mean, you are expert at the review of the companies like Cisco. To make the stuff that we take for granted. Does. AWS does Google, Microsoft and for that matter, does Fastly take for granted the solidity of their systems? Well, I don't believe these manufacturers take for for granted. I believe and users the consumers. They always believed that the Internet is going to work. It's going to work well, it's going to be fast, however. We are in an environment where there is all kinds of cyber attacks just to be disruptive and cyber attacks. To hold companies for ransom to disrupt businesses to create an anti competitive environment. So there's a lot of vulnerability. There's a lot of security, but this again highlights the importance. Of redundancy in the networks, Yes, security in the networks and more and more in the beginning speed of the network and the network worked through the sophistication of the hardware. More and more. A lot of these networks are software defined networks, which are relying on the sophistication of the software. And relying on the software to provide increased security. And

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The Future of Cloud Native Collaborative Communication

Future of Tech

01:52 min | 2 years ago

The Future of Cloud Native Collaborative Communication

"So welcome in europe. Future of I guess these greg walker under ceo. Dial pen and we're going to speak about many topics but before doing that. Let's start from the beginning Greg how did you find yourself Voice you know so. I've been in voice over. Ip the last twenty years but really didn't have any plans to become a voice over ip person. i was a securities attorney in palo. Alto california working at a big firm representing startups and venture capitalists and investment banks and big public companies and things like that and One of my clients was starting a venture fund. Tell us off partners in nineteen ninety nine. There was going to make a bunch of investments out of the the nineteen ninety-six telecom deregulation act is a really. He asked me to join him so i did. And we started making investments in in a lot of things We invested in surono related in Like optical switching and things like that an underlying architecture and there were acquired by cisco yes yes it was bought at the time was as seven billion dollar. Acquisition was massive. It was it was huge but One of our one of investments remade. And i went to a different venture fund and then we continue to make those types of investments. One was a voice over. Ip company from nine hundred ninety nine called dial pad and same name totally different company but Really fell in love with voice over. Ip matt deal and then when two thousand one came around and and the internet all in all these unprofitable businesses had had to lay off. A lot of people

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From Twitter to Palantir, Losses in Technology Stocks Stack Up

CNBC's Fast Money

01:37 min | 2 years ago

From Twitter to Palantir, Losses in Technology Stocks Stack Up

"On the one side. The reason highflyers crashing back to earth. They just check out. These moves fastly. Fc twilla draftkings all plunging. Those names now down at least thirty percent from their all-time highs on the other side the old school value name cisco ibm dow oracle not just today but many are trading at or near all time highs so in this tech tug o war. What side do you bet on dan. Well right now. It seems pretty clear. I mean the pandemic winners right some of these high valuation high growth names that were really well situated during just the unique situation during the pandemic they pulled forward a lot of demand here and now they're faced with decelerating metrics forward on all sorts of occasions. You have fastly down there. Facet was down twenty five percent today. It's still trades at about ten times next year sales so the demand and the pace in which these companies were growing in last year into this year are just not sustainable at these valuations. I throw a whole nother group though in their mail. We've seen some huge. Ipo's over the last six months or so airbnb. Door dash snowflake pailin tear and those stocks are down thirty forty percent from their recent highs. And they'd be more comparable to the oracle the dell the ibm and the cisco and i do think that as a really interesting relationship here that you're seeing rotation out of these high valuation names into cheap names that are more stable that don't have the growth just a bit more defensive here.

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"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"Customers can configure we've added the role-based access, which I hate tests on before which for some customers is a is a really big deal. There's also new modules in there to help manage the resources inside the Cisco platform and looked at, you know, kind of a whole Whole list of enhancements and if customers are interested, we'd love to you know, we can show them a demo and walk through all this those functionalities. The other thing to note is that we also can integrate with service now, which is a very popular itsm platform workday other HR systems, like people saw and I mentioned Microsoft teams before that's very popular, um, as as an integration point for setting up and configuring users as well as zoom zoom is also one that we're seeing quite a bit and then the final piece of that page is that our deployment models are flexible as well. So we do have some customers that still prefer on-premise when we do support that but a lot of our customers are not willing to hybrid deployment month or even the Plymouth fully in the class and we support that with all of our fathers. So you are a multi-vendor platform and you can go on premise or off-premise. Yeah, absolutely. And and we don't dictate that we often we let the customers determine what's best for them. So they are able to say and it's a it's a often times an engineering discussion off right up front as part of the design what makes sense for their environment and for where the company is going in the near future. Does that mean that cuz you know, sometimes people have networks off because of maybe corporate mergers and so on. It's sort of a little bit kitbash never really intended to work together. So I know a lot of our readers struggle to create sort of consistent corporate-wide experiences. No, absolutely, and and those are the kind of individual discussions that that happen, you know, we're saying every customer is a little bit different than that's a great example of that. Um, we've actually walk on in several of our customers. We've deployed, you know, even make sense to deploy maybe in separate, you know, take the take the the software and deploy it in different regions may be based off of Office Centers or based off of their Network infrastructure where it's at today and different lines of business and even certain businesses need to have you know, segmented or PCI compliance. There's all kinds of complexity that comes in all those have been cared for by our engineering team and to be deployed based off of outfits for the for the for.

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"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"cisco" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"This is the green and I'm the publisher of Telecom reseller. And today I'm with Michael Stahl is the Vice President of Sales at starfish Michael. Thank you for joining us today. Yeah, thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm glad to be here. I'm delighted to be able to bring everybody a podcast to a very large block of a readers people that are using Cisco and we're going to be talking about the situation simplification management of Cisco collaboration Solutions right into that topic and a second Michael. What is starfish? Yes, those starfish surface Associates is the name of our family of what he calls us starfish, but we're a software company that's been around for sixteen plus years and our core focus in May statement is around helping Enterprises to streamline.

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