News by Tag: Cisco

Onepath Systems Achieves ATP-Cisco TelePresence Video Advanced Partner Status
February 26, 2013
Atlanta-based technology solutions firm joins high-level Cisco program as TelePresence Advanced Authorized Technology Provider
Asigra Demonstrates Enterprise-Class Cloud Backup for Secure, End-to-End Data Recovery at Cisco Live 2013
January 29, 2013
Asigra Teams with OnDemand Recovery to Preview Next-Generation Hybrid Cloud Backup Solution
Former WebEx Employees Form New Cisco Partnership to Offer WebEx Implementation and End-User Training Services
November 22, 2012
With the Cisco acquisition of WebEx some years in the background now, WebEx continues to reinvent the way it sells and supports its customer base. Cisco-WebEx has discontinued offering a public schedule of live, online classes for end-users.
Eagle Distribution, Leaders in IT Procurement Services, proudly announces addition of David Kukacka
November 8, 2012
Eagle Distribution, a division of Full Circle Solutions Group (FCSG), is pleased to announce the addition of David Kukacka.
Onepath Systems Achieves Coveted Cisco Gold Status Certification
August 2, 2012
Cisco Gold Certification granted to Atlanta technology firm Onepath Systems.
ConvergeOne Storms Ahead With £1.4M Order Book
June 14, 2012
ConvergeOne, the Media City-based IT solutions integrator, is celebrating its best year yet with contract wins worth circa £1.4 million to date.
May 5, 2012
Networkers Home is pleased to announce the launch of NH School of Management & Technology (NHSMT). The institute aims to integrate management education with the best IT & networking knowledge and create a unique course that caters to current day indu
EC-Council Forewarns Organizations About the Dangers of Phishing Attacks
February 14, 2012
New research shows that cybercriminals are moving away from mass spam attacks and focusing on more targeted hacking techniques. The most common of these methods is phishing.
Cisco Warns Customers on Vulnerabilities in Content Service Gateway
January 28, 2011
Recently, security researchers at Cisco disclosed security flaws in its second generation content service gateway (CSG2). Content service gateways are used by organizations to offer access to content on their sites at a price.