Cisco agrees to buy BroadWare; Cisco, RSA to debut SAN-based data encryption

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Cisco agrees to buy BroadWare for video security, 05/22/07:  Cisco announced an agreement to buy software maker BroadWare Technologies in a bid to improve its video surveillance product offerings, the company said.

Cisco, RSA to debut SAN-based data encryption, 05/22/07:  Cisco and RSA are expected to announce Wednesday that they are working together to deliver encryption products for data at rest on tape, disk and other media.

Cisco's Chambers pushes video, Web 2.0, 05/22/07:  John Chambers has found a technology that can keep up with his fast-talking style, and it's at the core of Cisco's push to bring Web 2.0 technology into enterprises.

Wireless in the Enterprise Newsletter: Cisco extends CCX to Wi-Fi location tags, 05/21/07:  At the Interop trade show in Las Vegas this week, most wireless LAN vendors will discuss their 802.11n readiness and debate the latest evolution in Wi-Fi architectures. Industry heavyweight Cisco, however, will focus its attention elsewhere.

Cisco, Nortel, Meru WLANs smarten up, 05/22/07:  Vendors are adding bells and whistles to their wireless LAN products at Interop this week as the industry awaits a new generation of gear that may replace wired LANs entirely.

Can Cisco morph into a software development company?:  The Collaborative Thinking blog is adding up all the recent moves that Cisco has made in the social networking space and says there are more questions that Cisco needs to answer before its ambitions in this space can be understood.

CCIEs: Too much of a good thing?:  Brad Reese on Cisco writes: What moves some to go for multiple CCIE certifications?

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