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Cisco talks Remote Management Services

09 Aug 10

Cisco has outlined a set of new value-added services for its Remote Management Services.

Cisco describes its Remote Management Services as a suite of services that help accelerate the business benefits from Cisco Advanced and Emerging Technologies.

“To accelerate your entry into advanced technology markets and improve your competitive advantage, check out our new Accelerate topic: Cisco Remote Management Services. Deliver these value-added services to your customers to expand your own services portfolio,” the company said in a recent update.

Remote Management Services aim to simplify the adoption and management of Cisco Advanced Technologies, while enhancing the business benefits of your network and reducing total cost of ownership.

The services are delivered by the Remote Operations Services team within Cisco.

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