Guest blog alert! We’re excited to have Takahiro Mitsuhata, Sr. Manager of Technical Marketing, from our partner at A10 Networks joining us in the blogosphere today to talk about their upcoming OktoberTekfest webinar, “Leveraging the Benefits of Multi-cloud Architecture.” He will be joined by Paul Nicholson, Sr. Director of Product Marketing for the webinar. Mitsuhata brings 15 years of experience in security and networking, with a focus on DDoS protection and application networking. Taka manages the Technical Marketing function at A10 Networks in San Jose, Calif, providing solutions for customers ranging from enterprises to service providers.
Update: Jaymes Krueger has recently posted an updated Cisco DNA Center blog: "Debunking the Top Cisco DNA Center Misconceptions." (March 2022). Read it here. ___ The events of 2020 have already presented challenges to organizations across the globe. As businesses have rushed to implement work-from-home models, IT professionals have felt the sudden and expansive demands of maintaining secure network connectivity for a large number of people housed in various locations. Simplicity and efficiency have been key for ensuring smooth business continuity in this new, remote environment. With that in mind, is this the year to seriously consider implementing a Digital Network Architecture (DNA)? In fact, should you even care about Cisco DNA? There are many factors to consider when deciding whether Cisco DNA is the right solution for your business. A few questions to explore are:
We’re excited to share with you a little about our partnership with Cohesity, a pioneering data management solution provider, who’s key approach is the ability to collapse workload silos, eliminate duplicates, and share data efficiently. How will this approach benefit our customers? They can expect this partnership to help bring more simplicity, value, and effectiveness to their data management.
We are excited to announce that we have successfully renewed numerous certifications and specializations with Cisco. In addition to meeting the requirements to maintain our status as a Cisco Gold Partner, we’ve been re-certified in Master Collaboration Specialization and as a Cisco Cloud & Managed Services Master Partner (MSCP). We’ve also gained certification in Cisco’s Master Networking Specialization.