Roundup: Cisco-Banco Supervielle, Adacsi, VMware, Dell

Friday, July 8, 2011

Argentina's Banco Supervielle has chosen Cisco's (Nasdaq: CSCO) network architecture to streamline processes, improve productivity and reduce costs, Cisco said in a statement.

Cisco's solution has enabled the bank to unify its communications, without compromising its workflow or customer service.

Among the products installed, Supervielle acquired wireless solutions, remote access and teleworking tools. The implementation, which took 60 days, was under the charge of SAP gold partner Logicalis.

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Adacsi, the Buenos Aires chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), is hosting on July 15 a presentation regarding the impact of green IT on internal audits, Adacsi said in a statement.

The presentation will address the development of a suitable policy for green IT, the challenges of implementing an ecologically sustainable IT plan, current trends bringing new opportunities and internal audits.


California-based virtualization software firm VMware (NYSE: VMW) is holding a live webcast July 12 to unveil its new technology for cloud infrastructure, the company said in a statement.

The presentation will be made by VMware CEO Paul Maritz and CTO Steve Herrod.


US PC manufacturer Dell (Nasdaq: DELL) has appointed Omar Pons as channel marketing manager for Brazil, local press reported.

Pons will be responsible for implementing new activities for channels, particularly regarding Dell's partner program PartnerDirect.

The executive will replace André Oliveira, who has been named Dell's BI channel marketing manager in Brazil. Pons will report directly to the company's channel marketing manager for Latin America, Alberto Briseño.

Pons has worked previously as CA Technologies' (NYSE: CA) Latin America marketing director, as well as channel director for security firm Symantec (Nasdaq: SYMC).