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Killexams : Cisco Infrastructure techniques - BingNews Search results Killexams : Cisco Infrastructure techniques - BingNews Killexams : Cisco rolls out data center in India for WebEx infrastructure No result found, try new keyword!Cisco has rolled out a new data center in India dedicated to hosting infrastructure for Webex, its communication and collaboration offering. The company told local press this week that it has invested ... Wed, 12 Oct 2022 09:20:00 -0500 en-US text/html Killexams : Cisco Patches High-Severity Vulnerabilities in Communications, Networking Products

Cisco announced on Wednesday that it has patched potentially serious vulnerabilities in some of its networking and communications products, including Enterprise NFV, Expressway and TelePresence.

The company has informed customers that its Expressway series and TelePresence Video Communication Server software is affected by two high-severity vulnerabilities.

One of them, tracked as CVE-2022-20814 and related to improper certificate validation, can allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker to access sensitive data through a man-in-the-middle attack. Successful exploitation of the flaw can result in the attacker intercepting or altering traffic.

The second issue, CVE-2022-20853, allows cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attacks, enabling an attacker to cause a denial of service (DoS) condition by getting a user to click on a specially crafted link.

In the case of the Enterprise NFV Infrastructure Software (NFVIS), Cisco has fixed a high-severity issue related to the signature of upgrade files not being properly checked (CVE-2022-20929).

“An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by providing an administrator with an unauthentic upgrade file. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to fully compromise the Cisco NFVIS system,” Cisco said.

The company has also released security advisories addressing medium-severity vulnerabilities in Smart Software Manager On-Prem, Jabber, BroadWorks, ATA, Touch 10, Secure Web Appliance, and multiple access points.

The networking giant says it’s not aware of any malicious attacks exploiting these vulnerabilities.

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Eduard Kovacs (@EduardKovacs) is a contributing editor at SecurityWeek. He worked as a high school IT teacher for two years before starting a career in journalism as Softpedia’s security news reporter. Eduard holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial informatics and a master’s degree in computer techniques applied in electrical engineering.
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Thu, 06 Oct 2022 01:26:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Cisco, DICT link up to build tech infrastructure

MANILA, Philippines — Multinational tech giant Cisco is tying up with the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) to build a harmonized, interoperable and integrated government ICT infrastructure.

The partnership will focus on enabling government agencies to implement hybrid work arrangements securely for their workers. Both sides would work to power DICT’s e-Government Masterplan under Cisco’s Country Digital Acceleration “collaboration pillar.”

Cisco will provide collaboration tools such as Webex boards, room kits and licenses as well as integrated security solutions to bolster DICT’s security posture.

ICT Secretary Ivan John Uy and Cisco ASEAN president Bee Kheng Tay signed the partnership Wednesday in ceremonies at the Edsa Shangri-La Hotel Manila.

Also signing the agreement were Cisco Philippines managing director Zaza Soriano-Nicart and ICT Undersecretary Paul Joseph Mercado.

“We are confident of this partnership. The initiative is set to enhance the government’s ability to collaborate more effectively and will greatly boost the government’s drive toward digital transformation,” Uy said.

The initiative is expected to Boost the efficiency and effectiveness of public service, enhance inter-agency collaboration through digitization and empower public servants to concentrate on their mandates by reducing stress levels on traffic congestion and complex platforms.

“We are delighted to further our long-standing relationship with DICT by providing them with the means to collaborate without compromising on security. We look forward to leveraging our rich ecosystem and expertise in working with government agencies globally to help build a future-ready ecosystem in the Philippines through the deployment of innovative technology and solutions, starting with our secure collaboration portfolio to power hybrid work,” Nicart said in her presentation for Country Digital Acceleration.

The partnership is set to secure a safe and comfortable experience for hybrid and remote work in the Philippines after Cisco studies reported that the majority of Filipino employees preferred hybrid work and have simultaneously learned more in this arrangement.

The studies have also shown that Filipino employees saved more earnings, fostered better work relationships with colleagues, and increased productivity through hybrid and remote work.

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Killexams : Cisco tightens its SD-WAN integration with Microsoft Azure

Cisco continues to build tighter SD-WAN integration with the leading cloud service providers to better tie together widely distributed resources.

This week Cisco and Microsoft extended their SD-WAN/Microsoft Azure integration to enable building single or multiple overlays on top of Microsoft’s backbone to interconnect enterprise sites worldwide, and to connect sites to workloads running inside Azure, similar to an arrangement Cisco has with Google Cloud.

With Microsoft, Cisco said its SD-WAN package will soon let Azure customers build automated site-to-site connectivity over Microsoft’s global network using the Cisco SD-WAN Cloud Hub and Azure Virtual WAN with its multi-region fabric. The features are part of a new version of the SD-WAN software due out in December.

Microsoft’s fabric can identify a site based on its geographic location and attach sites to regions based on geographic boundaries. This architecture supports dividing SD-WAN overlay networks into multiple regions, wrote Jean-Luc Valente, vice president, product management with Cisco’s Enterprise Routing and SD-WAN group in a blog about the enhancements:

“As enterprises’ digital transformation brings in more cloud and cloud-hosted applications, there’s an increasing need for more agile connection between globally distributed sites. Cisco is working to make the unused global backbone capacity in the public cloud available to enterprises to use for inter-site connectivity. With Cisco SD-WAN Cloud Hub, enterprises who have deployed Cisco SD-WAN fabric for their WAN infrastructure can now securely extend their fabric to the public cloud in a simple and automated way and consider utilizing this for their global site-to-site connectivity.”

Benefits of this architecture include on-demand connectivity among the SD-WAN overlay regions, the ability to apply consistent policies across regions, and the enablement of end-to-end encryption of data  between sites using Cisco SD-WAN, Valente stated.

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Thu, 06 Oct 2022 18:10:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : New partnership brings Microsoft Teams to Cisco meeting room devices

Customers will now have the option to run Microsoft Teams by default on Cisco Room and Desk devices

REDMOND, Wash., and SAN JOSE, Calif. — Oct. 12, 2022 — Cisco and Microsoft Corp. Wednesday announced at Microsoft’s annual Ignite conference a new partnership that will provide customers with more choice. In the first half of 2023, Cisco and Microsoft will soon offer the ability to run Microsoft Teams natively on Cisco Room and Desk devices Certified for Microsoft Teams, with the option of Teams as the default experience. Cisco will become a partner in the Certified for Microsoft Teams program for the first time.

“Interoperability has always been at the forefront of our hybrid work strategy, understanding that customers want collaboration to happen on their terms — regardless of device or meeting platform,” said Jeetu Patel, EVP and GM, Security & Collaboration, Cisco. “Our partnership with Microsoft brings together two collaboration leaders to completely reimagine the hybrid work experience.”

“Our vision to make Teams the best collaboration experience for physical spaces is brought to life by our incredible ecosystem of hardware partners,” said Jeff Teper, president, collaborative apps and platforms at Microsoft. “By welcoming Cisco as our newest partner building devices Certified for Microsoft Teams, we are excited to bring leading collaboration hardware and software to market together for our joint customers.”

Initially, six of Cisco’s most popular meeting devices and three peripherals will be certified for Teams, with more to come. The first wave of devices, expected to be certified by early 2023, will include the Cisco Room Bar, the Cisco Board Pro 55-inch and 75-inch, and the Cisco Room Kit Pro for small, medium and large meeting room spaces, respectively. The Cisco Desk Pro and Cisco Room Navigator will follow. Customers will have the option to make Microsoft Teams Rooms the default experiences, and the devices will continue to support joining Webex meetings with all the features and functionality customers enjoy today. The first peripheral — the Cisco Desk Camera 4K — is an intelligent USB webcam and will be available by the end of October 2022, followed by two headphones with a Teams button by early 2023.

Microsoft Teams customers will enjoy the digital workplace where they connect and collaborate with teammates, partners and customers, combined with Cisco’s high-quality, reliable video technology with powerful camera intelligence and noise removal technologies that enable inclusive and collaborative meeting experiences. All certified devices will be manageable in the Teams Admin Center and the new Teams Rooms Pro Management Portal, as well as through the Cisco Control Hub device management.

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Tue, 11 Oct 2022 12:00:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Cisco India invests in Webex infrastructure, lowering cost by 50%

Cisco announced dedicated Webex infrastructure that will enable the networking major to offer India-specific pricing for customers, lowering the cost by over 50 percent.
Cisco Webex TeamsCisco has invested in a dedicated India Webex infrastructure and regulatory licenses to accelerate Webex adoption across the country. The India Webex infrastructure includes a dedicated data center and is backed by Cisco Secure products and solutions to ensure best-in-class data privacy and security.

Dedicated Webex infrastructure will lower operating costs, increase technical efficiencies, and enable Cisco to provide India-specific pricing for customers. The data center will allow Cisco to partner with more start-ups, customers, partners, and service providers in India and bring new innovations to market faster.

According to the Cisco Hybrid Work Study 2022, almost 3 in 4 Indian employees favor a hybrid working environment in the future. Cisco has seen a rise in preference for hybrid work across sectors, with Webex in India consistently recording the second-highest usage after the U.S. since March 2020.

Dave West, President, Cisco APJC: “Webex is one of the few platforms with the global scale, and the new data center is the latest in a series of investments Cisco has made to support the accelerating shift to hybrid work in India.”

Daisy Chittilapilly, President, Cisco India & SAARC: “With this investment we are looking to capture a growing market that is expected to reach over $250 million in India by 2025. With dedicated India Webex infrastructure, we can now offer enhanced performance at a much lower cost to our customers.”

Sandeep Mehra, Managing Director, Collaboration, APJC: “Webex by Cisco already has a widespread global data center footprint in the industry, which complies with a range of certifications and country-specific regulations.”

Tue, 11 Oct 2022 06:03:00 -0500 infotech en-US text/html
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Networking firm Cisco Systems Inc. will add Microsoft Corp.'s Teams messaging app to its meeting devices, the two firms said on Wednesday, offering users an alternative to its own Webex video conferencing app.

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Cisco's Jeetu Patel, head of Security & Collaboration, said the company aims to be the hardware platform for a wide range of conferencing software platforms.

"The way this market is evolving is very similar to the way that the movie entertainment market evolved," Patel said, with consumers having multiple subscriptions to streaming services like Netflix, Disney, HBO and Hulu.

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"There's going to be times that people want to jump on a Microsoft Teams call, they want to jump on a Zoom call, they want to jump on a Google call."

Asked whether the strategy could cannibalize market share for Cisco's Webex app, Patel said he believed the company will benefit if customers have a better experience using multiple platforms.

Webex, once a widely used conferencing platform, has lost out to several newcomers including Zoom Video Communications Inc (ZM.O), which was founded by an early Webex engineer and grabbed a large share of the market during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Ilya Bukshteyn, vice president of Microsoft Teams Calling and Devices, told Reuters the Teams Room software already runs on several other hardware devices and will be available on Cisco devices from the first quarter of next year.

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Microsoft made the announcement at its annual Ignite conference.

Patel conceded "many people have a misconception of Webex as their granddad's software" but said in the last two years Cisco has launched many new functions, including real-time translation and transcription of meetings, that would eventually allow a multi-language conversation through Webex's video platform.

Wed, 12 Oct 2022 03:03:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Cisco invests in dedicated India Webex infrastructure

Networking technology provider, Cisco, has invested in a dedicated India Webex infrastructure and necessary regulatory licenses to accelerate Webex adoption across the country.

The India Webex infrastructure includes a dedicated data centre and is backed by Cisco Secure products and solutions to ensure best-in-class data privacy and security.

Best-in-class infrastructure

The data centre will offer a host of services to customers and allow Cisco to sustain continued growth, facilitate user experience, and deliver industry-leading security and management across the Webex Suite. 

In addition, local dedicated Webex infrastructure will lower operating costs, increase technical efficiencies, and enable Cisco to provide India-specific pricing for customers. Furthermore, the data centre will allow Cisco to partner with more start-ups, customers, partners, and service providers in India and bring new innovations to market faster, said the company. 

Changing workspaces

Dave West, President, Cisco APJC said, “Our goal is to create a more inclusive work experience for the three-fold growth expected in the number of digital workers in India by 2030. With hundreds of millions of monthly participants, Webex is one of the few platforms with the global scale to drive this transformation, and the new data centre is the latest in a series of investments Cisco has made to support the accelerating shift to hybrid work in India.”

Cisco says that the development comes in response to the massive and permanent shift towards hybrid work models. Cisco has seen a subsequent rise in preference for hybrid work across sectors, with Webex in India consistently recording the second-highest usage after the U.S. since March 2020, it said. 

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Killexams : Cisco to invest in dedicated India Webex infrastructure

The company is in discussion with large conglomerates as well as service providers for private 5G networks

The company is in discussion with large conglomerates as well as service providers for private 5G networks

Technology major Cisco said that its telecom licence would not be used to compete with telecom service providers, who are its largest customers and partners, but would help accelerate Webex adoption across the country. The company, on Tuesday, announced investments in dedicated India Webex infrastructure.

The company, which recently got its telecom licence from the government, will not only be working with telcos in rolling out commercial 5G networks, but is also in discussion with large conglomerates as well as service providers for private 5G networks.

“We are a technology provider and we know how to make our partners successful with our technology. Service providers are both our biggest customers and our partners. No, we are not going to become competitors (to them),” said Daisy Chittilapilly, president, Cisco India and SAARC.

“In fact, this may open up some very interesting go-to-market possibilities, and that is where we are going to stay very much focused.. The regulations required us to get a licence,” Ms. Chittilapilly said.

She added that Cisco was seeing a rapid increase in users and getting a licence would help the company offer lower latency and affordability which would help open up further markets in India.

The India Webex infrastructure includes a dedicated data centre, and is backed by Cisco Secure products and solutions to ensure best-in-class data privacy and security, the company said in a statement.

Cisco added that this would enable it to provide India-specific pricing for customers, lowering the cost by more than 50%. It would also allow the company to partner with more start-ups, customers, partners, and service providers in India and bring new innovations to market faster.

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