With the dynamic state of today’s economy, an organizational change should not only adapt to the current climate, but it must also encourage growth. Cisco IT has done exactly that by moving from a traditional silo-based organization to a lifecycle business model. This adjustment is especially challenging when we have more than 65,000 employees supported by 46 data centers globalwide.
Cisco on Cisco has launched an interactive data center user experience that is unlike any other. With over thirty embedded video modules, visitors get an inside look at the Richardson Data Center from the perspective of Cisco IT leaders and architects.
Ever had a time when you NEEDED to call someone, but didn’t have the number? Last week I had three minutes to call my director – who likes meetings to start on time – and I didn’t have his number; I had to look it up in the directory; and my PC was rebooting after the Blue Screen Of Death and was going to take another 10 minutes at least to get to where I could open a browser.
Cisco IT is excited to introduce the Cisco on Cisco blog. For several years, Cisco has shared IT deployment best practices through case studies published on the Cisco on Cisco website. While we’ll continue to do that, blogging opens up an exciting, interactive way for Cisco IT to engage in direct conversations with our customers and all IT users. We asked Lance Perry, Vice President of Information Technology, to share his vision of our blog.