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Working Smart in a Borderless World

December 14, 2009
at 12:00 pm PST

As our technology options grow faster than our ability to integrate them into the processes we use to get things done, we often worry about risks…or at least we should!  In this latest edition of ‘FutureProof’ Jennifer Geisler invited Cisco’s Brett Galloway, SVP in the Wireless, Security and Routing Group to share his unique perspective on the reality being effective in our ‘Borderless’ world.

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Brett has a very interesting background.

Brett Galloway is Senior Vice President of Cisco’s Wireless, Security and Routing Technology Group (WSRTG).  Galloway also serves as Chairman of Cisco’s Mobility Board, where he manages a strategic charter promoting an open mobile IP network platform for the merging of mobile data and applications enabling people to connect, communicate, and collaborate across any network, on any device.

Galloway joined Cisco in 2005 through the acquisition of Airespace, where he served as President and CEO during development of its first-generation product. During his tenure, Airespace rose to the third-largest player in the enterprise WLAN space in 20 months and won over 25 industry awards and product reviews. Previously, he was interim CEO at Packeteer, a provider of WAN traffic optimization solutions that he cofounded in 1996 and helped take through an IPO in 1999. While there, he filled a number of other executive roles, including Vice President of Engineering and COO. Before that, Galloway served as Director of Engineering for Metricom, where he was instrumental in the design, deployment, and commercial launch of the pioneering Ricochet wireless Internet service.

 

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