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Cisco System Architecture Pt. 4

V. The $2.25 Billion Write Down

In 2001 Cisco had one of the largest inventory write offs in history, $2.25 billion in inventory was essentially written of as unsellable.   543 more words

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Cisco Systems Architecture Pt. 3

IV. Strengths and Weaknesses of Cisco’s Systems Architecture

Being a network and web based system, Cisco’s System Architecture provides internal and external users an effective and efficient means of navigating and interacting.   404 more words

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Cisco Systems Architecture Pt. 2

III. Cisco’s Internet Business Solution and the Key Benefits Provided

Cisco’s web development began in the early 1990s with the discovery of Mosaic, a public domain web browser developed at the University of Illinois.    387 more words

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Cisco Systems Architecture Pt. 1

Building Cisco’s IT Infrastructure
I. Reason for implementing the ERP Information System
Cisco ran a legacy data entry system with a core database that was not flexible or scalable to support the company’s long term growth.   616 more words

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A Trend in Systems Architecture

I composed the video below on a contract for Intel… but they were kind enough to let me tell the story with only a lite promotional touch. 335 more words

Data Warehouse

Many truths

In response to my post on Data Czars yesterday, my father responded with the question:

“Why do you accept the theory that there can be only one truth?

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Thoughts On Data Science

Augustus "Gus" Lowell, Chief System Architect

Gus Lowell has over 20 years of experience in systems and software engineering, product specification development, and product planning, with involvement in the medical device field, semiconductor processing, and internet servers. 125 more words

Biography