Cisco Connect: the Corporation of the future in focus

Cisco ConnectThe corporation of the future was the focal point of this fifteenth Cisco Connect event held on 13 February 2013.

This year, however, it was not only the name of this widely acclaimed even that was changed (it used to be called Cisco Expo), but the location too: this time, the presentations on borderless networks, collaborative solutions, and data centre were held on the top level of MOM Park. The most important lesson of the event we learned was that the penetration of smart devices, cloud computer technology and the virtualisation of resources were not only changing IT, but they impacted on the entire corporate operation.

Held on the high level of quality we have been used to, the network conference was attended by app. six hundred people including T-Systems Hungary partners and clients. Once the plenary stage was over, there were four sections of presentations in the morning and six in the afternoon and this encompassed all of Cisco's important technologies. Being a gold sponsor and an ICT partner of the event, T-Systems had two presentations to hold: Attila Orbán gave his audience an insight into the realm of LAN/SAN consolidation while Zoltan Blaskó and Arthur Keleti held a presentation on the possible solutions to data leaks.

One of the special features of the 2013 event was that deep technological content was presented in a separate room. With effective and tangible help from Márk Sedivi (KMKK), visitors had a chance to see the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in action in the T-Systems stall, which was a perfect fit to the event's focal theme. The "Look into the Future" application was a real hit with the visitors; the application, coupled with an iPad, enables users to have a virtual tour of the FutureZone. There was a special lucky draw organised as part of T-Systems Hungary's presentation, where the participants were asked to fill in a questionnaire. Almost two hundred clients were happy to partake.

The closing programme of the conference, the Cisco Varieté was held in the Monte City Budapest, a trendy venue in the city centre. The exciting show featured performances by strongmen, dancers, whipcrackers, and finally Nelly Fésűs. The participants also had a chance to try out T-Systems's wineQuiz.

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