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August 31, 2012
Cisco News - ShoreGroup Specializes in Cisco's Advanced Borderless Network Architecture
By Carolyn J Dawson, TMCnet Contributor
ShoreGroup (News - Alert), Inc has successfully accomplished Cisco’s Advanced Borderless Network Architecture Specialization. ShoreGroup’s familiarity and proficiency in planning, implementing, and supporting wide-ranging Cisco (News - Alert) Borderless Networks offerings has been acknowledged by the Cisco specialization.
Enterprises are able to link up with anyone on any device irrespective of the location and time in a protected, dependable and effortless manner with the Cisco Borderless Network Architecture. The technical architecture, which is the basis for the Cisco Intelligent Network, offers optimization, scalability, and protection to association and virtualization. An infrastructure of scalable and flexible hardware and software has been used to develop the architecture. A network system capable of extending across an organization right from network access to the cloud is offered with the amalgamation of the architecture components.
In a release, David Gauthier, VP of Advanced Management Services at ShoreGroup said, “As a Cisco Advanced Borderless Network Architecture Specialized partner, ShoreGroup has made significant investments in training and equipment to develop the architectural best practices that allow customers to more quickly respond to their evolving network support demands, including mobility, security, social networks, and high-quality video. Cisco Borderless Network solutions provide a universal methodology that deliver faster return on investment for our customers while securely and seamlessly integrating the network with business processes and applications.”
According to David Lovy, Chief Engineer at ShoreGroup, a framework for building an all-inclusive Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, offering is needed in order to support the current borderless business environment. The adoption of policy-based access controls is possible with this offering. The offering can also support remote and mobile access to the network and numerous mobile device types, thereby ensuring improved performance management.
Lovy said, “As demand to connect people, information, and devices increases, organizations implementing a Cisco Borderless Network solution are able to stay ahead of the competition by taking advantage of service-centric operational elements such as centralized security policy management, speedier troubleshooting, reduced costs, a user experience based on intuitive workflow, and better informed decisions around network and video application planning.”
Best-in-class management applications, maintenance services, professional services and product solutions are offered by ShoreGroup, especially for unified communications and contact centers, virtualized data centers and networks.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman