Darren T. Kimura, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of LiveAction shares his thoughts on the company's name change and shares his vision for the future of the business.
Buongiorno from Milan …
The LiveAction booth has been packed at CiscoLive Milan as various Cisco presenters have mentioned our products in their sessions including PfR, Medianet and QoS.
Great first day at CiscoLive Milan. Lots of activity and interested customers coming by our booth EN4 which is located as part of the Cisco Partner Pavilion.
We did a lot of demos and interacted with our partners at Cisco showing our product. It was great to be able to meet with a lot of the Cisco engineers we interact with in Europe in person.
We had people interested in our product from a wide range of industries in including educational, financial and government. Saw people from various parts of Europe including UK, France, Switzerland, Italy and Germany.
We have been invited by Cisco to showcase LiveAction in the Cisco Partner Pavilion booth EN4 as a part of their Intelligent WAN initatives. If you're attending the show, come by and visit the team as we showcase the latest features of LiveAction 3.1.
We'll also be presenting at the Cisco Theater during these times.
• Tuesday, January 28, 16:30 pm
• Wednesday, January 29, 16:15 pm
• Thursday, January 30, 13:30 pm
There was an interesting blog by Scott Register titled “Delivering QoS in the Age of the Internet of Everything” which seemed very timely as it preceded the 2014 CES that announced a plethora of interesting devices and wearables.
LiveAction’s new and powerful search feature reduces MTTR (Mean Time to Repair) by allowing users to focus on targeted analyses of network problems through keyword searches across hundreds of reports and millions of flows.
What good is a network management tool if it doesn't make it easy for you to understand your network beyond just the surface? In LiveAction 3.1, users can target analyses of network problems through keyword searches across hundreds of reports and millions of flows. New alert drilldown workflows, intelligent data correlation, and operationally useful 360-degree report views enable customers to simply click on an existing flow, alert, or report to find many other context-aware views of that flow or report, enabling deeper understanding of the issue.
Happy New Year! It's always exciting to start off with a fresh, new year. In reflecting back on 2013, one of our greatest accomplishments was getting LiveAction 3.1 released. This release was filled with new features and capabilities that made LiveAction the most powerful version yet.
Here's a run down of the recently released LiveAction 3.1:
LiveAction not only monitors, analyzes, and troubleshoots application and network performance problems, it resolves these issues via a rich and powerful QoS control capability that incorporates a deep understanding of QoS technology, Cisco best practice templates, and an easy-to-use graphical interface.
With companies allowing employees to bring personal mobile devices to their workplace and accessing corporate applications and resources, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is an increasing trend that can bring both benefits and control issues to corporations. While increased convenience and productivity gain are advantageous for corporations, there are associated cost and control issues, for example: