To help our customers find out about the latest trends in cyber security and the measures they must now take to protect their businesses, Presidio recently interviewed Ernest Dunn, our Director of Secure Networks, as well as Peter Romness—Cisco’s Cyber Security Business Development Manager for the Public Sector. The valuable insights that Ernest and Peter provided appear below:
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Q&A with Ernest Dunn, Presidio and Peter Romness, Cisco
08/12/14 at 06:36 am
Brian Dickinson, www.briandickinson.net
08/10/14 at 04:59 pm
Blind Descent author and 7 Summit solo climber extraordinaire, Brian Dickinson, proves that we all can #makeithappen
Brian Feeny, Director of Engineering, South Florida, Presidio
08/05/14 at 11:00 am
There has been a proliferation in cloud offered services over the last few years. Almost every vendor now has a cloud like offering or is selling their technology or software as a service. These services mean to simplify the costs and effort needed to deploy and maintain IT services. One of the latest offerings is Database as a Service.
Raphael Meyerowitz, AVP, Data Center Technical Services, Presidio
08/01/14 at 02:05 pm
In today’s highly-converged datacenter and the all-flash array market, more Fiber Channel and FCoE bandwidth has become a necessity. Video, Big Data, and the accelerated pace of private and hybrid cloud adoption are driving demand for increased data storage
07/31/14 at 07:51 am
Greenbelt, MD – July 31, 2014 – Presidio announced today that it has again achieved a Customer Satisfaction Excellence Gold Star from Cisco. This designation recognizes Presidio for delivering outstanding customer service to customers in the United States. "Client Satisfaction is a top priority and focus of our business and is core to what we do every day”, stated Dave Hart, Executive VP and COO of Presidio. “We are pleased to be recognized with excellence in Customer Satisfaction by Cisco with the Gold Star award."
Samuel Clements, Mobility Practice Manager, Presidio
07/14/14 at 05:40 am
The proverbial saying of the Cobbler’s Kids is true in the high tech industry. Even here at Presidio, as a nationwide top systems integrator, we find it challenging to carve out the time to implement our own technology in the same way we would comprehensively for a client. Mobility technologies are changing so fast and are so critical to productivity that we recently had to prioritize our own employee experience and standardize on the right tool set.
Ernest Dunn, Director, Secure Networks, Presidio
06/26/14 at 10:55 am
BYOD is a truly a global phenomenon with 9 out of10 of IT departments enabling some form of BYOD. According to Gartner, half of companies will require BYOD by 2017. Despite these staggering numbers, BYOD is still a topic that is very polarizing for many organizations. I wanted to spend some time reviewing the benefits and challenges of BYOD as well as provide some good next steps for organizations still in the process of their BYOD journey. Some of the benefits of BYOD include:
06/26/14 at 08:52 am
My name is Adam Blomfield and I am a Collaboration Architect for the Presidio South Team in Oklahoma. I’ve been working with Cisco’s collaboration technology for over twelve years and joined the Presidio team in 2006, Presidio is a great place for me because of the unrivaled team of colleagues and the diverse client base that I can help.
Kevin Corace, Sr. Solutions Engineer, Presidio
06/13/14 at 06:34 am
Over the past several years, there has been some good news for network administrators as the tools they use have transitioned from reactionary to proactive. Gone are the times when tools were only utilized to troubleshoot issues after a user reported it. Today’s tools have evolved to provide methods for IT staff to be able to detect issues as soon as they happen or to predict an issue before it impacts users. Not only has the technology we deliver to end users increased, but our ability to support it has as well.
Shawn Rahn, VP Systems Engineering, Presidio
06/06/14 at 10:20 am
Recently a local school system was looking for a way to introduce new technology into their massive transportation fleet in order to improve the service and security for students and drivers. The school system covered a large geographic area, making the commute for many students quite lengthy.
06/03/14 at 07:47 am
Greenbelt, MD, – June 3, 2014 – Presidio announced today that it has successfully met the program requirements and achieved re-certification as a Cisco Cloud and Managed Services Master Partner. Additionally, Presidio has achieved multiple Cisco Powered Services designations for both the Managed Security and Business Communication categories.
Tom Gamull, Practice Manager, Workforce Mobility, Presidio
05/28/14 at 10:32 am
Students are digital natives that want to keep learning. But they are no longer limited to traditional text books, pencil and paper or in-classroom studies. Virtual schools are here and they are demanding real-time, active learning, and opportunity to connect students to the rest of the world, not just their local classrooms. As a matter of fact, it’s projected that by 2019, half of all high school classes will be conducted online.
a VMware sponsored Whitepaper
05/27/14 at 10:49 am
Research shows that the bring your own device (BYOD) movement has reached a critical point: a range of studies show that more than half of companies surveyed allow employees to use personally owned devices to access the corporate network.
Shawn Rahn, VP Systems Engineering, Presidio
05/22/14 at 02:26 pm
Over the past decade, the smartphone alone has introduced an exponential extension to how people connect with other people. More recently though, we’ve seen smartphone development focus less on new features and more on improving performance and presentation of existing features. The current exponential wave of innovation is already underway, and it’s called the Internet of Things (IoT). An example of IoT in use today is a physician having the ability to collaborate with patients over instant video.
05/12/14 at 04:58 pm
Greenbelt, MD - May 13, 2014 - Presidio today announced it has received the 2013 EMC Global VSPEX Partner of the Year Award, US Convergence Partner of the Year Award and Partner Services Quality Award during the EMC Global Partner Summit at EMC World in Las Vegas, NV from May 5 – 8, 2014.
05/07/14 at 04:21 pm
We sat down with our own Raphael Meyerowitz, AVP Data Center Technical Services during EMC World 2014 this week in Las Vegas to get his thoughts on application integration, security and client opportunities. Q: What is Presidio’s background with EMC and Microsoft?
Eric Martinis, EVP Federal, Presidio
04/21/14 at 11:41 am
Sometimes I wonder how an economic powerhouse like the United States of America can shut down for two weeks because of politics at the expense of the services given to the citizens? Sure, the media picks up on it and it rides the news cycle for a little while, but, everyone knows that it won’t last and at some point everyone will go back to work once the political leverage has been exercised. In January, both the House and Senate passed a bill that will fund the government at least until the end of the fiscal year 2014.
Ted Baker, Presidio Vice President-Healthcare Solutions
04/09/14 at 11:34 am
Cisco recently invited Presidio to participate in their steering committee of the Cisco Internet of Things (IoT) Healthcare Working Group. Representatives from GE healthcare, Qualcomm, ePlus, Samsung and Chevron will be in attendance at the group’s kickoff meeting this week in San Jose. Presidio is just one of two solution providers on the committee.
04/01/14 at 05:57 pm
Greenbelt, MD., – April 2, 2014 – Presidio announced today that it has received a Cisco® Partner Summit Global award, recognized as Architectural Excellence - Collaboration. Cisco revealed the winners at a Global Awards reception during its annual partner conference taking place last week in Las Vegas. In addition to the Global Award, Presidio also received the following Cisco Partner Summit awards:
Andrew Sherman, VP of Advanced Consulting, Presidio
04/01/14 at 10:42 am
When I began my career in technology in 1999, companies were establishing their web presence. I was in sales back then and the number of servers bought to support websites was staggering. If you were in the industry at that time, I’m sure you remember. If your company wasn’t on the web, it was on the road to the web. If you had just a smidgen of HTML programming experience, you suddenly found yourself as the web administrator.
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