Rebecca Jacoby, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, introduces a series of technology responses that Cisco has made to accommodate major market trends, including sustainable productivity, globalization, and the consumerization of IT. The responses involved unifying the business and technology architectures at Cisco to help create strategies around collaboration, widespread virtualization, and mobility. These efforts have resulted in immersive collaboration, Cisco’s cloud, and the connected experience, respectively. Read More »
Early in 2010 Cisco started construction on its greenfield data center in Allen, Texas. From inception, the goal was for this facility to embody our data center vision for consolidation, virtualization, cloud computing, and new approaches to power and cooling, uniquely done all under one roof.
Last month, I had the pleasure of visiting my IT team based in Bangalore, India. I was very impressed with how Cisco’s four pillars of our collaboration strategy (social, mobile, virtual, visual/video) are showcased at the Bangalore campus. Read More »
Strategic Leadership community provides one-stop shop for all event, post-event, and related materials
Each year Cisco’s Strategic Leadership Experience brings together senior managers, directors, and executives across the company globally, to engage with each other and align to business priorities through various sessions and other interactions. This multiday event requires a heavy amount of pre-work, communications, and generates a wealth of presentations, video, and other content that needs to be housed for easy access by event attendees as well as those unable to attend.
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I was delighted to be invited to serve as a Sage (judge) at this year’s DEMO Spring 2012 Conference. DEMO, as many of you may know, is a series of conferences sponsored by IDG/VentureBeat that identify tomorrow’s cutting-edge technologies. More than 80 start-up companies brought their new products and services to the DEMO stage to sell the audience of venture capitalists, IT professionals, industry analysts and news media on their ideas. Read More »